Puppy Buying Guide

Browse our list of resources to find a reputable, ethical breeder. 

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Breeders Associations

Manny reputable and ethical breeders belong to an association, who are responsible for enforcing rules and a code of ethics. 

We recommend you check the associations details on a breeder of choice. This will help verify they are a legit.

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Pet transport 

We are building a directory of legitimate Pet Transport Companies in Australia.

Reputable Classifieds

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We are happy to announce great new businesses who have taken the next step in providing security and a thorough vetting process.

State Regulations

Requirements for dog breeders vary from state to state, but it’s a good idea to call your local council and ask whether breeders have to be registered with them and if there is a code of practice or guidelines that they should be following. If the answer’s yes, you can ask the breeder for their registration details and what guidelines they follow.


Information provided about scam websites by Admin on this page has been researched without prejudice. Puppy SCAM awareness AUST mission is to make people aware of current scams operating within Australia. The Majority of Scam Websites has been found to be operating from outside of Australia. All inquiries regarding this page are to be directed to Admin team directly.

All external links regarding Breeder Associations has been listed without prejudice and is intended for information purposes only. Any information  provided is for consideration only. Puppy SCAM awareness AUST does not endorse any particular business or association, nor is responsible for the information and or actions  caused by this information. Please do your research before buying! 

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