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Free Range Pooches NZ

Updated: Sep 11, 2023


It is so rewarding that we have created a variety of areas for our free-range dogs to play and explore! Providing different environments for yhem to experience can be beneficial for their physical and mental well-being.

The dog park is an excellent place to socialize with other dogs and get some exercise. It can also be a great opportunity for them to practice their obedience training and learn how to interact with other dogs in a controlled environment.

The native garden running area and sunbathing garden area are perfect for allowing them to explore nature and get some fresh air. This can help them relieve stress and anxiety, as well as improve their overall mood and happiness.

Having a designated puppy area and teenage puppy area with their own playhouse can also be helpful in keeping our puppies safe and engaged. These areas can be tailored to meet their specific needs and provide a safe space for them to play and relax.


Overall, providing our free-range dogs and puppies with different areas to explore and play can help keep them healthy, both physically and mentally.

It is so rewarding taking such good care of our furry friends!

We are committed to providing our fur babies with the best care possible.


It does comes with a lot of responsibility, time, and financial commitment.

As a breeder, it is important to ensure that you are breeding healthy dogs with good temperaments and that you are following all relevant laws and regulations regarding breeding. It is also essential to provide proper socialization and training for the puppies to ensure they are well-adjusted and have a good start in life.

Breeding dogs is a full-time job that requires a lot of time and attention, especially during the whelping and raising of puppies. It is important to be prepared to provide for the dogs' needs, including proper nutrition, veterinary care, and appropriate living conditions.

Overall, being a dog breeder is a rewarding experience if done responsibly and with a genuine love for the dogs.

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