We strongly recommend that you go to a breeder who is a member of the Finnish Lapphund Club of Great Britain as these breeders have committed to following the latest care, breeding and health testing, rules and code of ethics of the club.
They have bred and raised at least one litter of Finnish Lapphunds and are based in the UK. The number of breeders is slowly climbing but you should expect to wait some time to get a puppy - over six months is not unusual. The best approach is to contact the breeders, find out more and ask to join their waiting lists.
Once you know the sire and dam, you can ask the breeder for copies of health certificates to check that health tests are up to date and as per the Code of Ethics.
The club does not endorse any particular breeder on the list below and we cannot intervene in the process that takes place between the breeder and the buyer. Please note that the individual breeder is ultimately responsible for the puppies he or she has sold.
The breeders listed below are all FLCGB members and are in alphabetical affix order. For the latest news on litters, please go to the breeder's website by clicking on the paw print where available or contact them directly. The KCABS "Member" denotes that the breeder is a member of the Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme. "Passed" member is a member who has passed the recent updates in guidelines, with a detailed inspection at the place of birth of puppies. Please click on the logo's for more information on that breeder.
Please click on Paw Prints to visit websites.
*Correct as of 19/12/2019
N.B Litters are only added to this list once approved by the committee following receipt of all health testing and pregnancy confirmed.
The committee of FLCGB withhold the right to remove breeders once 3 years passed since they last bred a litter.