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  • Puppies for Sale / Puppies Downunder / Australia

    AUSSIEDOODLE PUPPIES FOR SALE (Aussiepoo, Aussiepoodle) 1300 757 019 RATED#1 BEST DOG BREEDERS IN AUSTRALIA 2024 RATED #1 BEST DOG BREEDERS IN VICTORIA 2024 RATED#1 AUSSIEDOODLE BREEDER IN VICTORIA 2024 F1B Aussiedoodle Puppies Jessie and Jerry $1500 OFF WAS $ 3500 NOW $2000 View Puppies Date of Birth 14 December 2023 Take me home NOW 1300 757 019 F1B Aussiedoodle Puppies Elma and Collin $1500 OFF WAS $ 3500 NOW $2000 View Puppies Date of Birth 12 January 2024 Take me home NOW 1300 757 019 Date of Birtn 24 January 2024 Take Me Home NOW 1300 757 019 F1B Aussiedoodle Puppies Missy and Steve $1500 OFF WAS $ 3500 NOW $2000 View Puppies Date of Birtn 15 February 2024 Take Me Home NOW 1300 757 019 F1B Aussiedoodle Puppies Velma and Collin $1500 OFF WAS $ 3500 NOW $2000 View Puppies WHAT IS AN AUSSIEDOODLE? LEARN MORE WHAT DO I RECEIVE WHEN I PURCHASE MY PUPPY? What you will receive when you purchase your puppy Two vaccinations prior to sale (C7 and C6) Two health checks from our veterinarian Microchipping 21-day health guarantee 3 year genetic guarantee 4 weeks free pet insurance with Knose Insurance Puppy health record (includes important information about your puppy) After-sales support that is world-class for the lifetime of your puppy. OPTIONAL EXTRAS AVAILABLE VIEW NOW PAYMENT OPTIONS LEARN MORE OUR 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE We provide our customers with the following 5 safeguards which entitles them to a 100% money back guarantee if it is found that their puppy is not healthy... LEARN MORE TRANSPORT SERVICES We have decades of experience and relationships with a number of the best transport organisations that ensure our puppies safely reach our customers in Australia and other countries. LEARN MORE WHY CHOOSE YOUR PUPPY FROM PUPPIES DOWNUNDER? Animal Welfare Victoria Approved Breeder ​ Over 45 years of knowlege and experience in canine health, biology, psychology, breeding and training ​ Breeding for Excellence in Health, Intelligence and Temperament. ​ 100% Money Back Guarantee ​ After-sale support and advice for the life-time of your puppy. ABOUT US READY TO PURCHASE ONE OF OUR PUPPIES? Our mate Digger will guide you through the process to purchasing a puppy from Puppies Downunder LEARN MORE TERMS AND CONDITIONS LEARN MORE FOLLOW OUR LATEST NEWS AND ADVENTURES ON INSTAGRAM Puppies Downunder Puppy Adventures A Day of Socialisation and Enrichment in Newborough As part of our 2023 socialisation and enrichment program, these adorable pups... Puppies Downunder Navigating the Transition: Challenges Faced by a Puppy in a New Home and Environment. We explore the hurdles faced by a puppy coming into a new home and environment and provide insights on how to support them through this. Puppies Downunder Toilet Training a Puppy: A Step-by-Step Guide for Pet Owners Toilet training, also known as housebreaking, is an essential aspect of raising a well-mannered and hygienic puppy. Establishing proper...

  • Puppies for Sale / Puppies Downunder / Australia

    PUPPIES FOR SALE Select your preferred breed below to view current litters available. RATED#1 BEST DOG BREEDERS IN AUSTRALIA 2024 RATED #1 BEST GR OODLE BREEDER IN VICTORIA 2024 RATED #1 BEST DOG BREEDERS IN VICTORIA 2024 RATED BEST SPOODLE BREEDERS IN AUSTRALIA 2024 PUPPY OF THE MONTH Our adorable Puppy of the Month looking for a forever home. VIEW MORE GROODLES Also known as Goldendoodles ​ Golden Retirever x Poodle VIEW MORE BORDOODLES Also known as Borderdoodles, Borderpoos or Borpoos Border Collie x Poodle VIEW MORE TOY/MINI POODLES Toy Mini Poodles VIEW MORE THERAPY PETS Suitable for emotional support or to be trained as a certified therapy pet. VIEW MORE SPOODLES Also known as Cockerdoodles or Cockapoos, Cocker Spaniel x Poodle VIEW MORE AUSSIEDOODLES Also known as Aussiepoodles or Aussiepoos. Australian Shepherd x Poodle VIEW MORE WAITING LIST Subscribe to our wait list and receive priority pick. VIEW MORE CAVOODLES Also known as Cavapoos King Charles Cavalier x Poodle ​ VIEW MORE LABRADOODLES Labradador x Poodle ​ ​ VIEW MORE MALTIPOOS Also known as Moodles. Maltese x Poodle VIEW MORE WHAT DO I RECEIVE WHEN I PURCHASE MY PUPPY? What you will receive when you purchase your puppy Two vaccinations prior to sale (C7 and C6) Two health checks from our veterinarian Microchipping 21-day health guarantee 3 year genetic guarantee 4 weeks free pet insurance with Knose Insurance Puppy health record (includes important information about your puppy) After-sales support that is world-class for the lifetime of your puppy. OPTIONAL EXTRAS AVAILABLE VIEW NOW PAYMENT OPTIONS LEARN MORE OUR 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE We provide our customers with the following 5 safeguards which entitles them to a 100% money back guarantee if it is found that their puppy is not healthy... LEARN MORE TRANSPORT SERVICES We have decades of experience and relationships with a number of the best transport organisations that ensure our puppies safely reach our customers in Australia and other countries. LEARN MORE WHY CHOOSE YOUR PUPPY FROM PUPPIES DOWNUNDER? Animal Welfare Victoria Approved Breeder ​ Over 45 years of knowlege and experience in canine health, biology, psychology, breeding and training ​ Breeding for Excellence in Health, Intelligence and Temperament. ​ 100% Money Back Guarantee ​ After-sale support and advice for the life-time of your puppy. ABOUT US READY TO PURCHASE ONE OF OUR PUPPIES? Our mate Digger will guide you through the process to purchasing a puppy from Puppies Downunder LEARN MORE TERMS AND CONDITIONS LEARN MORE FOLLOW OUR LATEST NEWS AND ADVENTURES ON INSTAGRAM Puppy Adventures A Day of Socialisation and Enrichment in Newborough As part of our 2023 socialisation and enrichment program, these adorable pups... Navigating the Transition: Challenges Faced by a Puppy in a New Home and Environment. We explore the hurdles faced by a puppy coming into a new home and environment and provide insights on how to support them through this. Toilet Training a Puppy: A Step-by-Step Guide for Pet Owners Toilet training, also known as housebreaking, is an essential aspect of raising a well-mannered and hygienic puppy. Establishing proper...

  • Dog Breed Information | Puppies Downunder | Australia

    Dog Breed Information What is a Cavoodle? An ideal family pet that is affectionate and has an eager to please temperament of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel as well as the intelligence, trainability and low shedding coat of a Poodle. Read all about Cavoodles HERE What is a Groodle? Groodles are a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. They are calm, laidback, friendly, intelligent and easily trainable. They love a cuddle and are very loyal to their family/companions. Read all about Groodles HERE What is a Bordoodle? A Bordoodle is a mixed breed of Border Collie and Poodle. Combining these two breeds together creates a dog that has high intelligence, loyalty and energy. An impressive breed that seems to have it all! The Bordoodles high level of energy makes them perfect for the people who love to exercise. Read all about Bordoodles HERE What is an Aussiedoodle? An Aussiedoodle is a mixed breed consisting of an Aussie Shephard and a Poodle. Combining these two breeds together creates a dog that is highly intellgent, loyal and energetic. Read all about Aussiedoodles HERE What is a Spoodle? A Spoodle is a mixed breed consisting of a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle. These two breeds together create an active family dog that is smaller than an Aussiedoodle or a Bordoodle, has the energy of Cocker Spaniel and has the intelligence, trainability and low shedding coat of a Poodle. Read all about Spoodles HERE What is a Labradoodle? ​Labradoodles are a mixed breed of Labrador Retriever crossed with a Poodle. The result being a highly intelligent dog that makes them suitable to be trained as therapy pets or service dogs. Read all about Labradoodles HERE

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  • Puppy Adventures

    A Day of Socialisation and Enrichment in Newborough As part of our 2023 socialisation and enrichment program, these adorable pups embarked on a fun-filled excursion through the streets of Newborough. Join us as we recount their heartwarming experiences meeting new people, other dogs and exploring a new environment. The puppies' first stop on their adventure was in the bustling streets of Newborough. They were introduced to friendly passersby and experienced an array of novel sights and sounds. The socialisation aspect of the excursion aimed to build their confidence and ensure they grow into well-adjusted and sociable adult dogs. As part of their enrichment program, the pups had the opportunity to interact with other dogs during their outing. This interaction helped them develop crucial social skills and learn how to communicate effectively with their fellow canine friends. The highlight of the excursion was undoubtedly the visit to a dog-friendly playground. The puppies gleefully explored the playground, running around with boundless energy. Their favorite activity was playing on the swing, with their tiny tails wagging with excitement. This playtime enriched their mental and physical development, enhancing their coordination and agility The outing to Newborough brought immense joy to our pups and the Puppies Downunder team. The sights of their wagging tails, happy barks, and playfulness showed us the importance of such experiences in shaping their personalities and ensuring their well-being. At Puppies Downunder, we believe in providing our adorable puppies with the best start in life. The excursion to Newborough was a testament to our commitment to their socialisation and enrichment. By exposing them to new experiences, people, and other dogs, we ensure they grow into confident, happy, and well-rounded companions for their future forever families. If you're interested in welcoming a loving and socially enriched puppy into your home, stay tuned for updates on our puppies for sale page. Puppies Downunder looks forward to bringing joy and warmth to your life with our delightful furry friends.

  • Navigating the Transition: Challenges Faced by a Puppy in a New Home and Environment.

    How to support your puppy as they adapt to their new home and environment. Bringing a new puppy into your home is an exciting and joyful experience. However, it's important to recognise that this transition can be challenging for the puppy, particularly when they are around 5 to 8 months old. As they leave the breeder and enter a new environment, the puppy encounters a range of unfamiliar experiences. From adjusting to new sounds and scents to building trust with their new owner, these challenges require patience, understanding, and effective communication. In this article, we will explore the hurdles faced by a puppy during this critical stage of their life and provide insights on how to support them through this process. Adapting to New Experiences A puppy transitioning to a new home faces a multitude of new experiences. The sights, sounds, and smells of their surroundings are all unfamiliar, which can initially be overwhelming. Sounds such as sirens or television may startle them, and they may exhibit curiosity or caution towards new scents. By providing a calm and secure environment, gradually introducing them to new stimuli, and offering positive reinforcement, you can help your puppy become accustomed to their new surroundings. Building Trust with the New Owner Trust is a crucial aspect of the puppy-owner relationship. It takes time for a puppy to develop trust in their new owner. Patience, consistency, and positive reinforcement play vital roles in building this trust. Engaging in gentle interactions, providing comfort, and establishing a routine will help your puppy feel secure and develop a bond with you. Remember, trust is earned, so allow your puppy to adjust at their own pace. Walking on a Lead in Town Walking on a lead in a town or busy area can be intimidating for a young puppy. They may be exposed to unfamiliar sights, sounds, and distractions. Gradual exposure to these environments, using positive reinforcement techniques, and ensuring a secure and comfortable leash and collar fit will help them feel more at ease. Building up their confidence through consistent training and rewarding good behavior will enable them to navigate public spaces with greater confidence over time. Meeting New Animals Introducing a puppy to new animals, whether they are cats or other dogs, requires careful management and supervision. Each interaction should be controlled and positive, with both parties feeling safe and secure. Gradual introductions, respecting boundaries, and rewarding calm behavior will help establish positive associations and promote successful socialisation. Toilet Training and Sleep Adjustment Toilet training can be a challenge during the initial stages. Puppies may have accidents as they adapt to a new routine and environment. Consistent schedules, frequent bathroom breaks, positive reinforcement for desired behavior, and patience are key to successful toilet training. Additionally, providing a comfortable and secure sleeping area will aid in a smooth adjustment to sleeping in their new home. Using a crate or designated space can help create a sense of security and routine for the puppy. Welcoming a puppy into your home requires understanding and empathy for the challenges they face during the transition. From encountering new experiences and stimuli to building trust and adjusting to daily routines, each step requires patience, consistency, and effective communication. Remember, it may take time for a puppy to settle into their new environment, so be patient and provide the support they need.

  • Toilet Training a Puppy: A Step-by-Step Guide for Pet Owners

    Toilet training, also known as housebreaking, is an essential aspect of raising a well-mannered and hygienic puppy. Establishing proper toilet habits early on will help your furry friend understand where and when to eliminate. In this article, we will provide a step-by-step guide to help pet owners successfully toilet train their puppies. Set Up a Designated Toilet Area: Choose a specific outdoor spot where you want your puppy to eliminate. Take your puppy to this area consistently, as the scent will help reinforce the association with the act of elimination. Ensure it is easily accessible and safe for your puppy to reach. Establish a Routine: Establishing a regular routine is crucial for successful toilet training. Puppies have small bladders and need frequent bathroom breaks. Take your puppy outside to the designated toilet area first thing in the morning, after meals, after naps, and before bedtime. Consistency is key to help your puppy develop a reliable toilet routine. Observe and Anticipate: Watch for signs that your puppy needs to eliminate, such as sniffing the floor, circling, or pacing. If you notice these signs, immediately take your puppy to the designated toilet area. By anticipating their needs, you can prevent accidents indoors and reinforce the desired behavior. Use Positive Reinforcement: When your puppy eliminates in the designated toilet area, provide immediate praise, treats, and affection. Positive reinforcement helps your puppy understand that eliminating in the correct spot is a desirable behavior. Use a happy and encouraging tone to reinforce their actions. Supervise and Confine: When you cannot actively supervise your puppy, confine them to a small, puppy-proofed area using a crate or a playpen. This helps prevent accidents and encourages your puppy to hold their bladder until you can take them outside. Avoid using confinement as a punishment; it should be a safe and comfortable space for your puppy. Clean Accidents Properly: Accidents are bound to happen during the toilet training process. It's essential to clean accidents promptly and effectively. Use an enzymatic cleaner specifically designed for pet accidents to eliminate odors. Avoid using ammonia-based cleaners, as they can resemble the smell of urine and encourage your puppy to eliminate in that area again. Be Patient and Consistent: Toilet training takes time and patience. Puppies have varying learning speeds, so avoid getting frustrated with setbacks or accidents. Stay consistent with the routine, praise your puppy for desired behaviors, and redirect them to the designated toilet area when needed. Consistency and positive reinforcement will help your puppy learn quickly. Gradually Expand Boundaries: As your puppy becomes reliable with toilet training, gradually expand their boundaries within the house. Provide supervised access to additional rooms, always keeping an eye on them for any signs of needing to eliminate. Increase freedom gradually, as giving too much freedom too soon can lead to accidents. Toilet training is an essential part of puppy care that requires patience, consistency, and positive reinforcement. By setting up a designated toilet area, establishing a routine, observing your puppy's behavior, and using positive reinforcement, you can successfully train your puppy to eliminate in the appropriate place. Remember to be patient, avoid punishment, and provide praise and rewards for desired behaviors. With time and consistent training, your puppy will become reliably toilet trained, leading to a harmonious and hygienic living environment for both you and your furry companion.

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