We don't have any puppies available at the moment

Groenendael litter planned for 2018, which will be the final litter born here.

We own co-own some bitches and their co-owners may have litters in the future, if so we will advertise them here.

If you have previously owned one of my pups and are interested in this litter, please send me a quick email.



RUBIS & RUBISS Ch Bellshill Coast Guard (Imp NZ)
Born 10th May 2013
Hips 3.3 Elbows 0.1
Sire: Bellshill Koala Bear ADX JDX
Dam: Bellshill Tokyo Rose

BISS Ch Lumineux Great Southern Wolf
Born 8th March 2011
Hips 0.0, Elbows 0.0
Sire Ch Crimson van Moned (Imp Ndl)
Dam: Belengere Blue Velvet (AI)


Jan 2017 - Announcement concerning future litters....

The last Lumineux litter to be born here will likely be in 2017, we have no plans after that.
I still have 1 or 2 girls in co-ownership (living with their co-owners) however no decision has been made at this time as to whether or not they will be bred. If they are bred, they will be born and raised with co-owners and the details will be announced on our website.

The decision to discontinue breeding is something I had been procrastinating over for some time, however the culmination of recent events have led me to make the decision I have.
I hope to continue with the plans I've have for the Groenendael litter, from the lovely Lilly who is currently in NSW, but in the words of a certain cartoon pig, I'm sorry to say “That's All Folks”.

I have been involved with BSD’s since 1987 and during those years have put a lot of love, time and effort into the breed (not to mention money). I’ve been involved in the various breed clubs, breed promotion and the beginning of health testing the breed in Australia.
There have been highs and lows along the way, I’ve met and made some lifelong friends over the years and I’d like to think I’ve brought a bit of joy to people’s lives with the dogs I’ve bred.

Breeding is not as easy as some may think, there is so much involved besides just “having puppies”. I take great care that my pups are raised with the utmost love and care and become very attached to them and worry about finding them homes where they will be loved and cared for as I would care for them and have always provided info and support to those I entrust with one of my puppies.
It’s not just finding the right homes either - vets these days are as useless as many medical professionals and can’t be trusted.

There are many reasons as to why I have come to this decision, including 3 separate incidents involving pups from my latest litter (who were incorrectly treated by vets), agreements not being followed through by puppy buyers, the condition of a dog that was recently returned to me and another that ended up in a pound in another State (they had promised the owner they would contact me). This dog was then transferred to a Belgian Shepherd rescue service and I only found out after the dog was rehomed by them. I have since been in contact with the previous owner and understand the circumstances which led to the urgency in which he had to be surrendered.


Please read the information below before enquiring about one of our pups.

Lumineux puppies are ONLY available to homes where they will be much loved members of the family.

All of our pups are sold on the condition that they be returned to us if their owners can no longer care for them them.

Before enquiring

IMPORTANT: If you haven't owned a Belgian Shepherd before, please do some research about the breed before enquiring about one, these are active dogs and require exercise and mental stimulation.

They are not a dog you can just leave in your backyard, they need to be part of the family.

If you scroll down the page, you will find links to breed info and resources. When enquiring it would be helpful if you could provide some information about yourself, lifestyle, other dogs, other animals, kids, what you're looking for (a family companion, show, obedience, herding or other performance prospect) and whether you have owned a Belgian before.

Born, raised, diet....

Our puppies are born in our house and are lovingly handled from birth (early handling is an important first step in getting them used to people and being held). They spend their first weeks inside (age and time spent outdoors is dependant on the weather) and then they are gradually introduced and acclimatised to the outdoors.

We feed a combination of premium holistic dry food and a raw diet.

Much importance is placed on producing pups with biddable characters suitable for family homes, we try to match the right pup to the right home which is one of the reasons we ask prospective puppy owners to provide as much info about themselves and lifestyle as possible when enquiring about our pups.


In regards to desexing, we don't insist our pet puppies are desexed prior to leaving us as some breeders do because we believe they need to mature (mind and body) and it's too young to risk them being under anaesthesia - Belgians are sensitive to anaesthetic.

With previous litters, new owners had to sign an agreement which states bitches must be desexed prior to 10 months of age and males prior to 1 year. With all future litters a Stat Dec will also need to be signed stating that as the new owner they will ensure the dog desexed by the agreed time and a copy of the desexing certificate will be sent to us as proof.

Note: We have recently been researching ovary sparing speys for females and tubal ligation for males, this should negate any future issues caused by loss of hormones, this seems to be the way to go for the future.

Show/Breeding prospects

An explanation of being able to be bred - we don't sell puppies "for breeding"

When we sell a pup as a show prospect, it is then that the pup is considered as "able to be bred" (and this is as long as the dog has passed all of it's health tests).

However, we very rarely sell our pups to show/breeding homes, usually only to someone we know, or someone known by one of our friends or previous puppy owners (references from other Belgian Shepherd owners or breeers will be considered)

When leaving for new homes

The puppies are registered with Dogs Victoria, they are wormed, have their first vaccination and are micro-chipped before leaving us. We provide puppy packs (which include info booklets, food, samples etc) to our new puppy owners and each puppy will have complimentary 6 weeks puppy insurance.


"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog.
You are his life, his love, his leader.
He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion"
~ Cicero ~

If you have one of our puppies are on facebook, please consider becoming a "friend" of our Lumineux page, - I can then join you into our facebook group where you can interact with or chat to other owners of our Belgian Shepherds and some lovely friends with Belgians, it's an excellent way to keep in touch and to share information, ask questions and share photos of your dogs, you can particopate as much or as little as you like, but the option is always there :)


Not everyone is, or wants to be on facebook, therefore our website will still be updated when there is something new to add :)

Best Breeder - Belgian Shepherd Dog - Groenendael
Advance Breeder of the Year Competition 2011

The touching poem below describes the story of a caring breeder and should give you an idea as to why we and the many Good Breeders there are, ask so many questions before we let our beloved babies go to your home.

The Breeder

I love my little puppy; she makes my house a home. 
She is my sweetest little friend; I never feel alone.         
She makes me smile; She makes me laugh;
She fills my heart with  love. 
Did some person breed her, or did she just fall from above?         

I've never been a breeder, never seen life through their eyes; 
I hold my little puppy and just sit and criticize.         
I've never known their anguish; I've never felt their pain, 
the caring of their charges, through snow or wind or rain.           

I've never waited the whole night through for babies to be born, 
The stress and trepidation when they're still not there by morn.         
The weight of responsibility for this body in my hands, 
This darling little baby, who weighs but 60 grams.               

Should you do that instead of this . . . or maybe that was wrong? 
Alone you fight and hope, one day, he'll grow up proud and strong.        
You pray he'll live to bring great joy to someone else's home. 
You know it's all just up to you; you'll fight this fight alone.          

Formula, bottles, heating pads, you've got to get this right, 
two-hour feedings for this tiny guy, throughout the day and night.        
Within your heart you dread that you will surely lose this fight, 
To save this little baby, but God willing . . . you just  MIGHT.        

Day one; he's in there fighting; you say a silent prayer. 
Day two & three, he's doing well, with lots of love and care.        
Day four & five . . . he's still alive; your hopes soar to the heavens.        
Day six he slips away again, dies in your hands, day seven.       
You take this little angel, and bury him alone. 
With aching heart and burning tears, and an exhausted groan,        
You ask yourself, "Why do this? . . . Why suffer through this pain?" 
Yet watch the joy your puppies bring, and everything's explained.           

So, when you think of breeders and label them with "Greed," 
Think of all that they endure to fill another's need.        
For when you buy your puppy, with your precious dollars part, 
You only pay with money. . . while they pay with all their heart.          

~ Author Unknown ~




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