Photo - Paul Keevil, England
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A DANDIE PUPPY?
The Dandie community is a small one and there is always an awareness of litters. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier Club have puppy coordinators who can support you in finding a puppy. If you are interested in getting a puppy please contact the breed clubs who will give you guidance and information. The Kennel Club link below will take you to their current list of Dandie puppies. The breed club puppy coordinators can support you with your puppy query.
Current UK Litters
There are no current Dandie Litters on the Kennel Club Website
Advice from the Kennel Club on buying a puppy:
What to expect from a breeder -
- The breeder should give you the opportunity to see the puppy with its mother and the rest of litter. This is very important because it will not only give you an opportunity to see the temperament of the mother, but may also give you an idea of the future characteristics and size of the puppy
- Have the opportunity to see all the puppies and be able to handle them, rather than just seeing the puppy being offered to you
- It is the responsibility of the breeder to register the litter with the Kennel Club and each puppy in the litter will initially be registered in the breeders' name. The breeder chooses the official Kennel Club names for all the puppies
- Under normal circumstances, litter registration with the Kennel Club takes about 14 days, after which time the breeder will receive the registration certificates for all the puppies in the litter. If there is a query with the application the Kennel Club will contact the breeder to resolve and further action may be required which may delay the registration process
- If the dog is advertised as Kennel Club registered you should ensure that you take receipt of the Kennel Club Registration Certificate. You must then proceed to apply to the Kennel Club to transfer your dog into your own name. Please be aware that you will require the signature of the breeder to complete this. If the registrations certificate is not available at the time of purchase, ensure that you receive an undertaking in writing from the breeder that this will be sent to you when available
- A responsible breeder will provide background on socialisation they have already provided to your puppy and advice on continuing work in this area when you get home. Ideally when you choose your puppy, try and find a litter that have been raised in a house as similar to yours as possible (so with children if you have children, in a noisy environment if you have a noisy house, with cats if you have cats etc). If your puppy has come from a breeder who follows the Puppy Socialisation Plan, you already you know that he has had a good start in life, and so you know he is well on the way to making a perfect addition to your family. If your puppy is from a breeder or rescue and hasn't had the advantages of the Puppy Socialisation Plan start in life, don't panic. Just start today and follow the Puppy Socialisation Plan from now on in order for him to get the chance to catch up with a lot of the things he has missed.
YAZGA Dandie Puppies - Photos Paul Keevil, England
If you want support or help in finding a Dandie Puppy, please contact us via the Get in Touch page.