Conarhu Puppies

Our puppies are raised in a home environment and receive lots of love, attention, and cuddles until they go to their new homes.  We are a home-based breeder and aim to produce good quality, healthy, social, and sound puppies who can be confident in all situations.  Being raised inside a home means puppies are exposed to many different sights and sounds, including music, TV, vacuum cleaners, smells, and general noise, as well as being socialised with other dogs, adults, and young children.  This provides the stimulation and experiences which very young puppies need to become happy outgoing dogs.

 

Waiting Lists

We keep a waiting list of potential puppy buyers and will contact people on the list when puppies are going to be available.  If people are still interested after being contacted, this is when vetting of potential puppy buyers will occur.  Due to high number of people looking for puppies, unfortunately we are not adding new names to our waiting list. If you live in Western Australia, we suggest you to contact other breeders, who are members of the Golden Retriever Club of WA. Link here. For responsible breeders in other states, contact other Golden Retrievers Clubs in Australia. Link here. 

Next expected litter

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Puppy Photo Galleries

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Puppy Waiting List

Due to high number of people looking for puppies, unfortunately we are not adding new names to our waiting list. If you live in Western Australia, we suggest you to contact other breeders, who are members of the Golden Retriever Club of WA. Link here. For responsible breeders in other states, contact other Golden Retrievers Clubs in Australia. Link here. 

 

What if I don't want to wait?

Unfortunately there are not many other breeders in Western Australia, so if you are looking for a "local" puppy you really have to be patient. If you are not willing to wait for a Conarhu puppy the first thing you need to do is contact other registered breeders and add your name to their waiting list, or at least speak to them about if they intend to breed, when, and if you could be considered.  The Golden Retriever Club of WA Inc website has a lot of information on how to go about looking for a puppy, and finding a breeder, so make sure you check the site out.  Dogs West also has some registered breeders on their website but bear in mind that both websites do not have a comprehensive list.  Another option is Dogzonline, a website which lists registered breeders within Australia.  For people who are not prepared to wait, you can sometimes source a puppy from a registered breeder over East, but you would then need to pay an extra to have the puppy sent over to Western Australia. Remember... good things come to those who wait!