Above: Havanese (3) arriving January 

 Pups Arriving This Coming Week Beagles; Chugs; West Highland X; Borderpoos


 Pups Arriving NEXT week -  Beagles




  Please note that arrival dates may change due to a number of reasons  
Please phone 9271 6632 hit the CONTACT US button or send an email with any questions 

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When you buy a puppy from us you do so with complete peace of mind - knowing it has been professionally & ethically bred, very thoroughly vet-checked, vaccinated, socialised, partially toilet-trained, micro-chipped, treated for intestinal worms and bathed. We also offer 24 hour a day 7 day a week assistance for the entire life of your pup and a discount on steralisation to encourage responsible pet ownership. You can buy a 'cheap' pup elsewhere but you may never find better value than an MLPP puppy. 




November: Schnauzer X Shih Tzu;  Cavoodles; Scottish Terrier X Westie; Labradoodles 


December: Beagles; Pomeranian X Poodles


January 2019: Mini Poodles



Early interest is welcome however if you wish to secure one of these beautiful puppies prior to their arrival a minimum $200 deposit will be necessary.
Although we ask for the deposit it must be stressed these are living animals and as such they may be subject to unforeseeable accident, injury, illness or delayed / cancelled delivery. These events are beyond our control and we will happily return your deposit if the puppy does not arrive or there is a medical issue affecting the health of the puppy.

















                                     ALL BEAGLES DUE 14th December 2018




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"The Schnauzeranian is a small cross of the Pomeranian and the Miniature Schnauzer. He has a life span of 12 to 16 years and has talents in watchdog and tricks. He is a devoted dog and is quite sensitive too.



The Schnauzer

The Schnauzer


The Schnauzer is an old breed, first appearing in Germany in the 15th century. Originally, these dogs were the size of the modern-day Standard Schnauzer, and they were bred to hunt and kill rats, protect the yard, and guard the family.

Technically classified as terriers, these dogs do not share the personality of others in this breed group. While Giant Schnauzers and Standard Schnauzers are both popular breeds, it is the Miniature Schnauzer that is used in this designer breed’s lineage. These dogs stand at roughly 1 foot tall, and they have a distinct style of curled fur and recognizable long fur around their snout.










 The Pomeranian

The Pomeranian


In contrast, the Pomeranian is a toy breed that originated in the 16th century, named for the Pomerania region of Europe. The history of this breed is said to include members of the Spitz family from the arctic region, so it is possible that the origins extend further. It was a popular choice of companion for many royals, and two of the three dogs that historically survived the sinking the RMS Titanic were Pomeranians; the third was a Pekinese.

Pomeranians are smaller than the Schnauzer, standing between 5 and 11 inches tall. Their curled tail and legs are adorned with long and feathery fur, and they have a thick mane of fur that they are well-known for.






 The Schnauzeranian

Schnauzeranian Puppy


Combined, these breeds created the excellent family dog that is the Schnauzeranian. They are extremely intelligent and highly trainable as a result, and they are friendly and playful with children. This designer breed is known for its highly protective nature, and they are very loyal to their families.

This breed is small and lightweight. Some display thicker and longer fur than others, and the colours possible include a wide array. White, black, and salt and pepper are colours seen in both originating breeds, and tan, brown, and cream, as well as red, blue, and liver, come from the Pomeranian. There are minimal grooming requirements for most, though those with thicker fur will require more frequent brushing."