How do we apply for a Havanese?

Availability of puppies 

We do not have a year round supply of puppies as we do selectively breed our dogs.  Ellingly Kennel adhere to the accepted standards for Havanese in terms of uniformity in the breed, good health, temperament, size and colour.

  • We usually have a number of people on our waiting list at any time.
  • We do  preferences Tasmanian homes
  • We do accept Deposits only on puppies older than Three weeks.
  • Included with our puppies

Application Process

When you decide to make a Ellingly Havanese part of your family you will need to:u

  • To be added to our waiting lists Fill out our Puppy Application form  This helps us to determine which puppy will be best suited for you, your family, and your needs.
  • We will then contact you when we have available puppies. At this time we will ask you for a deposit of $1,00 to secure a puppy.
  • Before coming home with you, your puppy will have had a vet health check as well as his first shots and de-worming. We will send his health records home with you.
  • Your puppy will be microchipped. This is to help protect your puppy and will serve to be able to permanently identify your puppy in case he is ever lost or stolen.

To get a healthy dog, never buy a puppy from an irresponsible breeder, puppy mill, or pet store. Look for a reputable breeder who tests her breeding dogs to make sure they're free of genetic diseases that they might pass onto the puppies, and that they have sound temperaments.

How old are puppies when you can take them home?

We will not sell or otherwise transfer from our care any puppy under ten weeks of age. This is to give the puppies enough time to grow, socialise and prepare for their new home.

Can we visit and meet pups and Parents?

We welcome you to come meet our puppies after they have received their first vaccination.  This is to minimise the risk of viruses such as parvovirus which is deadly for baby puppies.  We do share many photos and videos through our Facebook page as the puppies grow.

The mums always live with us and will be there to welcome you into our home when you visit, however the father of the pups may not always be owned by us and there for not always available to meet.