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Available Italian Greyhounds

 Our Breeding

Our emphasis in our breeding program is to breed 'fit for purpose' companion puppies. Within this is the hope that we will breed a pup to join our lives and to show, obedience train and to warm our lives and beds. The other puppies we breed are as important to us so we take considerable effort to find fantastic homes for each and every puppy we breed.

Our breeding parents are genetically tested in accordance with the recommendations made by the UC Davis. https://www.vgl.ucdavis.edu/services/dog.php#ItalianGreyhound

Eqaully as important is breeding and raising puppies with sound temperaments.  Our pups are raised in our home with the family and exposed to noise and the company of humans and other animals. We only breed one or two litters a year and each and everyone in our family love being involved with these puppies for the ten weeks they are with us. When they leave they will have been vaccinated, microchipped, wormed regularly and fully vet checked for any health issues.

Pet puppies will be placed on the limited register and we expect that conscientious owners will have their puppies desexed at between 6 and 8 months of age. Full registration papers may be made available for show/stud dogs to registiered ANKC affiliated members.

The cost of a puppy reflects the amount of time, dedication, love, money, planning, testing and research that goes into every puppy that we breed. We never tire of talking about this breed and are happy to inform anyone about the breed; its needs and health considerations. We love to stay in touch with every owner that aquires a puppy from us.

What we expect from our puppy buyers

Your puppy starts his or her life knowing s(he) is well loved. We expect that any one that acquires a Barad puppy understands about the breed and that your dog will be a loving companion for many years to come, needing regular vet check ups, lots of love, walks and stimulation.

When making your enquiry please provide a name, phone contact and the area in which you live so that we can arrange a quote for transport if required. We are happy to send pups by plane to their new homes as they are exposed to crates at an early age. We encourage any one thinking about purchasing an Italian Greyhound from us or elsewhere to come and meet our dogs - to make sure you understand their natures, size and of course to get to meet us, their loving breeders.

Making an enquiry

We do tend to recieve quite a lot of one line enquiries so the more detail you provide the better as it will allow us to decide if your enquiry is genuine. The more information you provide the better we can assess that you can provide a fantastic home and that you are aware of the nature of the breed, the type of care that they need and the health issues that Italian Greyhounds can have.

We do have a long waiting list but are hoping for two litters in 2016.  Please read below. Even if there isnt a puppy for you in these next two litters we would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the breed. We are also happy to look at putting you on our waiting list.

Simone and Sancia Bingham - Barad Kennels Italian Greyhounds Tasmania

 

 

Litter Expected in mid February 2016

Emey - BISS Ch Barad Deepest Emotions is pregnant and due in mid February 2016. Sire will be Spike - Barad Sir Galahad - another of our gorgeous boys. Spike lives in Melbourne with owner Noel. We have never shown Spike but instead he spends him time helping other Sighthounds find their inner strength.

 

Essien with Emey and Spike (December 2015)

 

Litter hoped for in mid March 2016

We are hoping that Sugar - Ch Tumamara Sugar Maple is pregnant and due mid March 2016. Sire will be Barad Mighty Mars.

 

Essien with Marty and Sugar (January  2016)

 

Our Last Litter

Our last litter of eight pups born on 3rd June 2015  have all found there new homes and are eight months. We have retained Matty - Barad Lomatia.

Dam: Annie - Ch Barad Mountain Cathedral (IID)   Sire: Ch Tunamara Titanium

(You can find photos of Annie both below and on other pages and Titan on other pages )

Matty (Barad Lomatia) - at 6 months of age, retained by us and part of our show team going into 2016

  

         Barad Mount Mawson Pine    ( 12 weeks)                                                                          Barad Lomatia ( 12 weeks )

Pups - 3 weeks

 

Annie x Titan Pups 12 days old

 

Dogzonline is always a good place to look if you are wanting a puppy beyhond the one or two that we may have available from our upcoming litter.

https://www.dogzonline.com.au/breeds/puppies/italian-greyhound.asp

 Annie (Ch Barad Mountain Cathedral (IID) Born 19 September 2009)

 

 

Annie the Boat Girl

Annie the Mum

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What typical Barad Pups look like - these 11 are from our September and October 2014 litters. If you want to know more about these litters keep reading. If you want to know anything about our dogs or  the breed in general feel free to contact Simone on  0448716963.

Essien - with all 11 pups from Litters 14 and 15 at seven weeks

 

 

 

Contact Us:

Italian Greyhounds

Simone Bingham - simonebingham@outlook.com

Whoever said you can't buy happiness forgot puppies

No amount of time will erase the memories of a good dog

 

 

Contact Us:

Italian Greyhounds

Rowena Ransley  - rransley@hotmail.com

Dogs never talk about themselves but listen to you while you talk about yourself, and keep up an appearance of being interested in the conversation

There is no faith which has never yet been broken, except that of a truly faithful dog

 

   

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Tibetan Spaniels

Monique Blackman - mknevett@netspace.net.au

Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole

Dogs do speak but only to those that care to listen