(That Are Breeding These Rare and Sought-After Dog Breeds)
Most dog breeders, across our DBBC database and other networks, usually try and breed dogs that are in high demand. For the 2022 period, this consists mostly of dogs such as Cavoodles, Labradors, Golden Retrievers and other Poodle crossbreeds. Unfortunately, this makes it hard for prospective dog owners to find a reputable breeder that breeds fewer common breeds for their specific needs.
In effect, if a family, couple or individual is looking for a specific dog, this may lead them astray. They may choose a dog breeder without a breeder identification number. Or they may look elsewhere, away from Australian Registered Dog Breeders. Though they may not do it on purpose, this typically means they begin supporting unethical breeders. This could compromise the health of their pup, cause them to fall into a scam or cost them fines and penalties.
DBBC and Australian Registered Dog Breeders
Though breeders that specialise in rarer breeds may be limited, the DBBC portal may but rarely provide access to numerous specialist breeders. Some of these may occasionally include breeders that specialise in show dogs, competition dogs or uncommon breeds. Each breeder on the DBBC database is also required to provide online litter registration to guarantee legitimacy. This can ensure all breeders are held accountable for the care, health and well-being of each pup.
The database has been formed to help breeders of less common breeds connect with prospective owners and vice versa. Each breeder also receives a breeder identification number whereby their breeder history can be accessed. Therefore, it may provide people access to a multitude of Registered Dog Breeders in Australia. It can also prevent future owners from mistakenly sourcing from an unethical breeder.
DBBC Is Here to Help Maintain Breeding Legitimacy
Though we are a business, at Dog Breeders Brisbane Club, our primary concern is the welfare of pets with our specific passion being Dogs. We are dedicated to helping more and more Australians find access to Australian registered dog breeders. We have a limited range of dog breeders available on our platform. However, we understand that this may not cover the dog breed you are searching for.
If you are unable to find the right registered dog breeder in Australia through researched platforms, there are many options. We recommend sourcing support from other Brisbane Dog Breeders Clubs, like Dogs Queensland. These sites also strive to better the welfare of dogs and may have access to other breeders. Though they are a competitor, we would prefer to point you in their direction, rather than that of a backyard breeder. After all, this can guarantee your pup is in optimum health, which can minimise problems down the track.
DBBC Is Only Accountable for Its Australian Registered Dog Breeders
Like all external sites that we recommend using, we accept that they have a good reputation otherwise we wouldn’t recommend but it’s still good practice to do your own due diligence on any competitor’s sites with caution. This is because, at Dog Breeders Brisbane Club, we are only accountable for the dogs, litters and breeders registered with our business.
Remember, if something seems suspicious when you are purchasing a dog, it’s best to trust your instincts.
Shyne Cavalli is an accomplished writer, Dog Breeder, and Animal welfare advocate. License and breeding registration holders: SUPPLY #: BIN0002583563378 – DBBC: D8819 – AA: 93740. She has introduced the “SHM” her brand of puppies and nurtured and cared for them since 2015. To learn more, visit her website at www.dogbreedersbrisbane.com.au. Interested in joining a Dog Breeders Club? Go to: www.dbbc.com.au