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Australian Cobberdogs – perfect companion pets

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Welcome to Ridgy Didge Australian Cobberdogs.

Cobberdogs are such loyal, gentle, playful dogs.  Their beautiful non-shedding coats are also kind to allergy sufferers. Together, these characteristics make Cobberdogs perfect pets and companions.

At Ridgy Didge we love Cobberdogs and everything about them.  When you adopt a Ridgy Didge puppy, be confident that Ridgy Didge is not a puppy farm.  Our breeding program is fully responsible, and consequently there are no caged animals, no over-whelped mothers, and definitely no endless supply of puppies! 

All the dogs in our responsible breeding program are loved family pets.  Our breeding Cobberdogs live with carefully selected guardian families, right from the time they leave their mothers.  What's more, our breeding dogs have only two litters before retiring to stay permanently at home with their families. Click on the pictures below and find out more about this great breed and Ridgy Didge Cobberdogs.

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What's so special?

Cobberdog Coats

 

newborn Cobberdog pups

RD Breeding Program

two puppies

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Girl with Cobberdog

Our Owners say...

 

Black puppy

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To adopt a Ridgy Didge puppy, complete and submit our Adoption Form below.  We screen applicants very carefully to match puppies to families because our policy is more match-made-in-heaven rather than first-in-first-served!

Like our Facebook page to stay up to date with puppy news and announcements. Click on the buttons below to contact us, to download an Adoption Form, and to view our parent dogs and recent puppies.


 

The Australian and International Australian Cobberdog Club (AIACC) is the world-wide parent club for the Australian Cobberdog and is located in Australia, the country of origin for the breed.  The AIACC is the international flagship for the Australian Cobberdog which has been established to promote and protect the breed.

Read what the MDBA says about Cobberdogs here.

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