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Puppies for sale from registered Dog Breeders in Brisbane
Staffords are my heart dogs, I love everything about them.
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Dogs for sale Brisbane
See our list of registered dog breeders in Brisbane. If you're looking for a puppy or dog for your family make sure that you do your research and learn about the breed so that you really understand what you're taking on and what that breed needs for a healthy happy life. Dog breed clubs can be very supportive and provide detailed information about everything from exercise needs to potential health issues. Making sure that the breed will suit your lifestyle and family situation is also important. When exicted about the prospect of a new dog or pup people tend to forget to think about the most obvious things. Dogs shouldn't be left alone for long stretches for example, so please ensure you really have enough time to give a dog or pup all the time and attention it needs. All puppies need to be socialised to ensure that unhealthy behaviours don't develop (eg. anxiety, aggression). Make sure you understand puppy socialisation and have time to socialise when the pup is 8-16 weeks of age.
Dog breeders Brisbane
All the dog breeders listed on Perfect Pets are registered ANKC breeders (Dogs Queensland) but we still urge you to read our advice on how to find a reputable breeder. Ensuring that a breeder is experienced, understands the potential health issues and genetics affecting their breed, and ensures great temperament is critical for the long term health and wellbeing of your pup. If you're considering adopting a rescue dog there are many advantages with adoption that you may not have realised. Dogs in shelters and pounds are assumed to have behavioural problems but often it's a change in the family situation (eg illness or relocation) that results in dogs being surrendered. You can also check our list of shelters and dog rescues in Brisbane and Queensland here >>.