Puppies For Sale Sydney
Sydney is a diverse city known for its pristine beaches, picturesque harbours, and iconic opera house. The capital of New South Wales, it not only boasts of a variety of spectacular sights but also an abundance of household dogs.
Yes. Just like all other places in Australia, Sydney loves its pets. Every year, dog ownership in this vibrant city increases, as many Sydneysiders keep longing for more and more furry companions. From small dogs to big ones, both singles and families are eager to adopt.
It is, therefore, no surprise that from October 2020 to September 2021, the average monthly search for puppies for sale in Sydney was 9,900, according to Google Australia KW Planner.
If you are considering adopting a puppy any time soon but have yet to decide on a breed, below is a chart that shows which dogs are getting the most clicks online. It may help you make up your mind on which breed to bring home to yourself or your family.
Most Searched Puppy Breeds In Sydney 2021
|1. Golden Retriever||7. Corgi|
|2. Cavoodle||8. Labrador|
|3. French Bulldog||9. Pomeranian|
|4. Beagle||10. German Shepherd|
|5. Toy Poodle||11. Dachshund|
|6. Chihuahua||12. Staffy|
Data source: Google Australia KW Planner
Common Questions to Ask your Dog Breeder
Despite Sydney’s love of canines, there is still a high percentage of dogs that end up in shelters every year. Many Sydneysiders get stuck with dogs that are sickly and have not been properly socialised because they opted to buy from a puppy mill, pet store, or a backyard breeder.
This is why it is important to get a dog from a reputable breeder. An ethical breeder is committed to making sure their puppy is healthy, happy, and cared for. They are more concerned about their dog’s well-being than making a quick buck.
Finding a trustworthy breeder, however, is not easy. Recommendations from friends and veterinarians are not always enough. You should also ask the breeder questions. This means asking everything you can think of to make sure you end up with a healthy puppy.