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Moodle - Julie Elliott
Moodle - Julie Elliott
Moodle - Julie Elliott
Moodle - Julie Elliott
Moodle - Julie Elliott
Moodle - Julie Elliott
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Moodle - Julie Elliott

Microchip Number For Each Animal Advertised: 956000016638658, 956000016638552, 956000016637802, 956000016679182, 956000016563827

Supply Number: RB214613

Registered Breeder Number: RPBA 932

Hi, I am a fully vet audited ethical breeder based in Ballarat! You can find me on Facebook under
"Oodles of Moodles - Quality Moodles in Regional Victoria". I am a member of RPBA and you can find me on the RPBA website under full breeder - RPBA 932.

All our adult dogs are DNA genetic analysis tested and all clear and the paperwork for these are given to new owners! That is very rare, but so important in this day and age of breeding!

UPDATE: Only 1 boy remaining!!!
My baby Luna has had puppies so we currently have a litter of 7 puppies We now only have 1 beautiful boy that will be looking for his forever home and be ready to come home from Friday 10th November.
We are very lucky to have boys, as some of you may know, in this breed the boys are extremely chilled out, and is the sex mostly used as therapy dogs due to their very calm relaxed nature. The temperaments of these boys already amazes me and these will make the most amazing therapy or companion dogs.

The males love to be with their humans and are extremely loyal. One of my previous owners just called me before to tell me that her little man is currently watching her youngest baby sleeping, in her words "guarding his tiny human". Talk about pull at the heart strings, but that is what these boys are like!
We take a lot of time to socialize these little bundles of joy with other doggo's, children and adult friends so that you get a happy, joyous, loving little sweetie pea.

My brother is a mobile dog groomer by trade so we hygiene bath and clip them from a young age and we will give them a complimentary hygiene clip before coming home.

Most importantly, these puppies are also toilet trained to a grass pet potty/tray, this in itself is one of the best things a breeder can offer because it's one of the hardest parts about owning a puppy, but when done by us from birth, it makes owning a new puppy so much easier. We ourselves have had puppies that have never had any toilet training from the breeder and it just makes the journey so much harder and challenging.

The puppies are already microchipped, but they will also be having their vaccinations and vet check at 6 weeks. They also have been wormed every 2 weeks and will have their 8-week worming done the day before they come home to you.

We now only have 1 puppy left. Mum is a 1st generation black moodle with phantom marking 5.5 kg and dad is a 1st generation ruby red moodle 4.5 kg and a pic of both of them are the last 2 photos.

This stunning cream with champagne boy is a delightful loving little boy. When we pick him up for a cuddle he adores the human interaction so much his tail wags like a propeller. He loves to play with his toys and often sleeps on his back with all four paws in the air while all the humans stare at the cuteness :-)

These puppies all have their own little personalities, and I would be more than happy to share more information about this last little man with you. Facetime calls can be done if you wish but we think it is a lot better for you to come and choose your puppy if circumstances allow.

Please do not hesitate to contact me, I am happy with text or phone calls, but I do work at a busy hospital so if I don't answer, I will return your call as soon as I am able. Phone Julie on 0419 118 706.

RBA 932. Source number RB214613

Dogs have access to: warm bedding, water at all times, ample space to exercise, natural light

Dogs have enrichment provisions: Yes

Dogs are exposed to: people with different appearances or ages, different sounds

Offers lifetime rehoming: Yes

Julie Elliott

Julie Elliott

Ballarat VIC, Australia
**** *** 8706

Safety Tips For New Owners

  1. Always meet in person
  2. Check all documents before you commit
  3. Ask if they are a registered breeder
  4. Be loyal & patient with your new companion
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