be taken home at 8 weeks of age.
Puppies travelling overseas have a few more restrictions (see
have been given various experiences around my 5 acre property including
socialisation with my dogs and horses and some of the local wildlife:
ducks, kangaroos and every pups
favourite... the willy wagtails!
raised on a completely natural, completely raw diet however, as they
draw nearer to 8 weeks, they are also introduced to other diets
including dried kibble. Although I recommend a natural diet, some
people prefer kibble so my puppies need to be exposed to this type of
puppies are wormed at 2, 4 and 8 weeks and have had their first
vaccinations. When you get your puppy home, I highly recommend
attending Puppy Kindy. This gives your pup great socialisation and
puppy will be registered with the Canine Control Council (Qld) and/or the Working Kelpie Council.
Unfortunately I have had a pretty bad experience with a puppy so now ALL
puppies are sold on the Limited Register or will remain owned by me
until such time that I am satisfied that the puppy is in the right home.
Purchase prices will vary depending on the situation but I must stress
that the welfare of my puppies is my number one priority. Once the
puppy is 12months old and I am satisfied it has found a loving and
stable home, I will transfer the puppy over to you once the balance of
the purchase price has been received. From the age of 6 months, you will need to register your
puppy with your local council.
pick up your new puppy, you will receive literature about feeding,
caring and training your new puppy, membership form for CCC(Q) or
your State Controlling Body and, if possible, information about your
local Dog Training School and, if you are a local and can collect your
puppy, you will also receive a sample pack of Keldapark's Canine
Multi-Vitamin Mix to get you started and a collar, lead, bowl and a toy.
cannot be taken until they have been graded and are 8 weeks of age for local buyers or, for
overseas purchasers, the minimum age for travel is 12 weeks.
NB: Some countries require a rabies vaccination which
cannot be given until puppies are 3 months of age and puppies cannot
travel after that for 30 days.