Finding the right puppy begins with finding a responsible breeder. For the love of the dog, responsible breeders are dedicated to producing puppies that exceed the breed average in terms of health, temperament, structure (conformation) and breed type, and usually hope to keep a puppy from a planned breeding to improve upon what they already have. The sire and dam of a planned breeding have been carefully selected by the breeder based on personal observations and studying family histories and pedigrees. Responsible breeders are expected to consult and recognize the latest CHIC recommendations prior to each and every breeding.
For information about the CHIC and/or Breeder Of Merit programs and why the ATCA recommends this testing, please go here: https://australianterrier.org/chic-and-breeder-of-merit/
**Disclaimer** ATCA cannot guarantee and is not responsible for the health, temperament, and quality of the puppies available for placement by its Club members listed on this Breeder List.
Aussies available now for Placement are updated every month.
For Breeders listed by state, scroll down.
Colorado – Cheryl & Jim Mechalke – 2 B/T female puppies
Florida – Kim Floyd – 1 adult B/T male, 1 B/T female puppy
Illinois – Jen Sousa & Vickie McKee – 1 B/T neutered adult male, 2.5 years old
Michigan – Barb Post – 2 B/T male puppies
Washington – Pamela Clavette Levy – 1 Red male, 1 year old; 1 adult Red female
Wisconsin – Julie Seaton – 1 B/T puppy girl, 1 B/T puppy boy
Expecting Litters in May
The breeders listed by state below on this site may or may not have puppies at this time. Contacting them, however, may help to establish a relationship which can lead you to future litters.
If you do not see your State listed, you may call or email any of these Breeders for information on Aussies and help in finding a Breeder.
Click anywhere on the blue bar of the state you wish to find Breeder Information. The bar will slide open to show the Breeders name, the Kennel name, the breeders email address, phone number and website, if they have one. You can see if the Breeder has CHIC and/or Breeder Of Merit.
**Disclaimer** The Australian Terrier Club of America does not recommend, guarantee, endorse, nor rate breeders, their kennels, or their stock.