Purchasing our puppies
We commence selling/taking deposits when pups reach a safe healthy stage a few weeks old. Please keep in close contact with us as there is an overwhelming public interest in our puppies and they will all sell within a few hours of being available.
Our 4 adult Frenchies live in a family home with our daughter and her friends, with no cages, no kennels, no animal sheds. There are no other breeds or animals, just our 4 Frenchies. They roam freely on our 1000sq beachside block and are with us at cafes, beach, or park most days. Our pets are 100% free range, and we seek buyers alike.
We are are a registered breeder with ANKC/CCCQ Ltd Dogs Qld, and fully compliant with the state governments Queensland Dog Breeder Register. All our puppies are sold to approved family pet homes with:
- purebred ANKC pet purebred pedigree papers;
- 6 weeks free cover with Petplan Insurance;
- Formal puppy sales contact with health guarantee;
- Puppy pack incl premium dry food & puppy owners guide;
- Vet health check at pickup;
- All scheduled worming, vaccinations and microchipped; and
- ongoing online/telephone puppy support.
Approved buyers can secure a puppy by agreeing to our Puppy Sales Contract terms & conditions together with a 20% bank deposit. Balance can be made by bank deposit prior or cash at pickup.
Families pickup their new puppy when they reach 8-9 weeks old, made by appointment at our Veterinary Hospital for puppies scheduled worming and buyers health check, and allowing time to ask Vet any questions.
Due to the regular news reports of Frenchies being stolen from QLD breeders/owners with bikies involved we are no longer allowing people to our home.
Pedigree Certificates and microchipping documents are submitted promptly and posted to new owners in about 6 weeks.
Note: The ANKC is Australia’s registrar for dogs. It is the only organisation recognised by government/councils, insurance companies, and internationally. In recent years, people who do not qualify to be ANKC registered breeders or have puppies that are not allowed to be registered, have simply created their own registry. There are now several mini self-made registrars that are not recognised but have commenced issuing worthless certificates which has become confusing for consumers. Its really quite silly.