Dogs For Sale NSW
According to a report released by the Australian Veterinary Association last October, Australia continues to top the list as one of the countries that have the highest pet ownership rates in the world. About 69% of Australian households have at least one pet, most of which is a dog. It is, therefore, no surprise that New South Wales (NSW), a state located in the southeastern part of the island continent, is also a wonderful place to care for a canine.
What makes NSW an enticing place to raise a dog is that it has plenty of pet-friendly destinations, such as parks, beaches, and hotels, where animals of any shape and size can freely romp. Additionally, the state’s Supreme Court Appeal Division has recently reversed its previous decision to impose a ban on animals in strata. Today, dogs and other animals are finally allowed back in apartment complexes but with a couple of exceptions to ensure their welfare and that of the residents.
If you live in an apartment (or even a house!) and have always been longing for a furry companion, there is no better time than now to consider bringing one home. The search for dog breeds is continuous. From October 2020 to September 2021, the average monthly search for dogs for sale in NSW was 3,600.
Most Searched Dog Breeds In NSW 2021
|1. Cavoodle||7. Jack Russell|
|2. Labrador||8. Boxer|
|3. Golden Retriever||9. Kelpie|
|4. Border Collie||10. Labradoodle|
|5. Dachshund||11. Toy Cavoodle|
|6. Spoodle||12. Chihuahua|
Common Questions to Ask your Dog Breeder
Chances are, you won’t have a hard time finding a breeder out there because they are everywhere. What won’t be easy is finding one that will be able to answer most of the questions you may have about your breed of choice. This is because only a responsible breeder is knowledgeable enough to provide you with the information you need to allow you to raise your dog properly.
Just like you, verified breeders also care for the welfare of their dogs. The last thing they want is to sell their canine to a buyer who may end up rehoming their pet or returning it for no significant reason. To ensure you are adopting from an ethical breeder, do not hesitate to ask them the following questions: