Get In Touch with the RPBA
NOTICE: RPBA has experienced some technical difficulties which has resulted in no emails being received between 5-10th January 2020. We apologise if you have attempted to contact us, and we encourage you to try again now as this issue has now been fixed.
We welcome all enquiries from potential breeders and buyers and will endeavour to respond as quickly as possible.
Our goal is to ensure that all dog, puppies, kittens and cats sold in Australia are safe, healthy and happy! We work towards this goal in a variety of ways, such as ensuring that all RPBA breeders take excellent care of their animals, through education and by providing a lifetime rehoming guarantee for all animals sold. Read more on our About Us page.
Full RPBA members have had their property inspected and approved by a practicing veterinarian and they’ve agreed to rigorous standards of care and RPBA code of ethics. Please note that breeders who’ve applied to be an RPBA member remain Probationary Members for the first 12 months and then will require a vet audit/check to become a full member.
If you need help rehoming an animal please get in touch and we’re happy to do our best to help. If for some reason you need to rehome an animal that was not purchased from an RPBA member, we may be able to provide advice based on your situation. However, if your pet was purchased from an RPBA member, that breeder will take responsibility for rehoming each animal. Read all about our Lifetime Rehoming Policy Guarantee on our Rehoming page.
Please contact us in regards to any issues or concerns with a breeder, please verify whether they are legitimate members of the RPBA via our full members list and probationary members list. If they are not RPBA members, we may not be able to help you, please contact the RSPCA or local authorities. However, if you encounter a breeder claiming to be RPBA member but you cannot find them on our Breeders page, please let us know immediately so that we can investigate. Of course, we are always happy to redirect you to an RPBA member where possible.
Please note that in the case of a medical emergency, you must contact your nearest local veterinarian immediately.
If you’d like to make an enquiry, please fill out the form. Please note, for the moment we do not offer phone support. If you need support please send us an email via the contact form and we’ll be happy to help! Or If you need to submit a complaint, click this link to fill out the form