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EPBA Registered Dog Breeders

Find a registered EPBA full dog breeder member or find a registered EPBA probationary dog breeder member by searching the lists below.

We endeavor to ensure that all breeding dogs and puppies owned and sold are healthy, well cared for, socialized and happy! If you’re looking for a dog breeder, check out our list of full members that abide by the EPBAR Code of Ethics or review our code of ethics on our Code of Ethics page.

We always recommend that you meet the puppy, before purchasing a puppy, and ask that you contact us if you have any queries or concerns whilst dealing with an EPBA-approved breeder. Of course, it’s important to ask any and all questions about the temperament of your puppy-to-be before a sale, but know that our breeders are committed to a three-day ‘cooling-off’ period post-sale, as well as a lifetime guarantee if you’re animal needs to be rehomed for whatever reason.

Please note that the EPBA has a two-tiered registered breeder member structure:

  1. Probationary (maximum 12 months) dog breeders that agree to uphold our Code of Ethics. We must advise that you take precautions when purchasing a puppy and ask that you contact us if you have any queries or concerns. At the end of the full 12 months, probationary members will have three months to submit an audit of their premises by a practicing veterinarian, who will ensure the conditions their animals are kept in adhere to our rules and to for them to become a full member. If they fail to submit their audit within three months, their probationary membership will be revoked until their audit is submitted and approved. Note our probationary have not been audited and members will be suspended if they do not meet our Code of Ethics and standard.

  2. Full Members dog breeders that have had their identity verified, agree to uphold our Code of Ethics, follow and understand best practices and have had their premises audited and approved by a practicing veterinarian. The audit is carried out by a registered veterinarian.


We hope you find a great new canine addition to your family.

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