Puppy Adoption Procedure

Please watch this short video to learn more about how to adopt one of our beautiful puppies.  For more information please contact our office to speak with one of our friendly team.

Picking up your puppy

Your puppy can be picked up from our Strathtulloh (Melton South) kennel which is located about 30 minutes from Melbourne CBD.  Please note that we strictly work via appointment.  To make an appointment please contact us on (03) 8746 5685 or if you have placed a deposit on a puppy, we will contact you to arrange an appointment for you to pick up your puppy.

If you live interstate we can arrange everything.  For more information about interstate delivery click here

Do you live interstate?

We can fly your puppy to just about anywhere, so if you don’t see your closest airport on the left menu please let us know and we will send you a quote for the airport of your choice.

Many of our puppies go to their new homes interstate and all handle the flight really well.  We can arrange everything to make sure all goes to plan.  All flights include a FREE Airline Approved Crate which are great to help with not only transportation including visits to your vet, puppy school etc. but also to help with crate training and toilet training.

Need your puppy delivered to your home?

Yes we can even organize to have your puppy delivered to your home.  We have developed a trusting relationship with an experienced animal transportation expert to ensure your puppy is safely delivered to his or her new home.

Delivery costs start from $140.00 depending on where you are located.  Please contact our office for a quote.

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Our Kennels located in Ballan, Victoria has been Minister Approved and Chief Veterinary Officer Recommended


Years of experience

Over 30 years breeding great dogs

There are many different categories of breeders in Australia and it can be confusing to understand the differences.  Unfortunately, just about any body can claim to be a “registered” breeder but this is often misleading.  Victoria has the strongest laws in Australia regulating Victorian dog breeders.