Shetland Sheepdog Breeders in New Zealand
Find Shetland Sheepdog breeders in New Zealand in our directory below.
WARNING: Before you buy a Sheltie puppy from a breeder or pet store we urge you to read up on puppy mills so you don't inadvertently support the mistreatment of animals. Also read our article 8 Radons Why You Should Never Buy a Puppy from a Pet Store.
Unfortunately we can't guarantee the authenticity of every breeder listed here. Before you get involved, please try to check that your chosen breeder cares deeply about the health and wellbeing of their Shelties. Signs of reputable breeders include healthy breeding dogs, involvement in dog shows and investment in genetic testing to ensure the health of all puppies.
Breeder Name: Ray and Lee Greer, Shelton Kennels
Location: Papakura, Auckland
Phone: 09 292 9449
Breeder Name: Lorelle Goodman, Eyespy Shetland Sheepdogs
Location: Hibiscus Coast, Auckland
Phone: 09 424 1765 / 027 424 1119
Breeder Name: Barry and Cheryl Frost, Beaucourt Shelties
Location: Greerton, Tauranga
Phone: 07 579 9035
Breeder Name: Roy and Carol Lindsay, Shelma Shetland Sheepdogs
Breeder Name: Joanne Nichols, Burrovoe Shetland Sheepdogs
Breeder Name: Jan Sefton, Janter Shetland Sheepdogs
Breeder Name: Jeanine Bishop, Kennel Eastonia
Location: Newlands, Wellington
Breeder Name: M Hean, Arangold Shelties
Location: Harewood, Christchurch
Phone: 03 359 6766
Breeder Name: Maria Davey, Airam Shetland Sheepdogs
Location: South Island
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