PuppySpot has helped families across the country fetch their new best friends, and we have puppies for sale in every state. Here are a few of the pups heading to Florida that you may soon see in a dog park near you!
Friendly, affectionate and bubbling with personality, the Boxer is easily one of the most popular breeds in the country and the most popular breed in Florida. Boxers are incredibly sweet, and remarkably active companions.
When they are not sprinting at full-speed around the yard, Boxers can be found beside their active owners, jogging through the park or enjoying a long hike in the woods. Like the English Bulldog and the German Shepherd, Boxers are terrific family dogs and a great choice for first time dog owners.
Few states are as friendly to dogs and dog owners as the Sunshine State. In fact, Florida is one of the best states in the country to buy, rescue or adopt a puppy. The Boxers is the most popular breed in Florida, though English Bulldog and the German Shepherd are not far behind.
Whether you’re from Florida, you’re on vacation with your German Shepherd or your visiting to find English Bulldog puppies for sale you’ll find Florida has more than enough dog-friendly activities to keep you busy.
Yes. According to West's F. S. A. 828.30, “All dogs... 4 months of age or older must be vaccinated by a licensed veterinarian against rabies with a vaccine that is licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture for use in those species. The owner of every dog... shall have the animal revaccinated 12 months after the initial vaccination.”
The law goes on to state that it does not prohibit or limit municipalities or counties from establishing requirements that are more stringent than the provisions of this section for the implementation and enforcement of rabies-control ordinances.
No. As of January 2020, Florida does not have a law requiring dogs to wear seat belts or be secured within the vehicle during transportation. Regardless of state law, we recommend that all dog-owners take steps to ensure their pet’s safety when in a moving vehicle.
It’s best to keep dogs restrained and out of the front seat. Dogs who insist on climbing into the front seat should be placed in the back, in a crate. If your dog’s crate doesn’t fit in the car, you should invest in a barrier to keep them out of the front seat.
Downey Dog Park - Orlando
Meadow Woods Dog Park - Orlando
Naples Dog Park - Naples
Dog Wood Park of Jacksonville - Jacksonville
Logan Gate Dog Park - Tampa
Dog Park - Casselberry
Arbor Dog Park - Longwood
Canine Cove at South County Regional Park - Boca Raton
17th Street Paw Park - Sarasota
Dog Beach at Pier Park - Panama City Beach
Gulfside Beach- Sanibel
Jupiter Beach Off-Leash Beach - Jupiter
Smyrna Dunes Park - New Smyrna Beach
Bonita Beach Dog Park - Fort Myers Beach
Picnic Island Beach Dog Park - Tampa
Paw Park - Venice.
Haulover Beach Park - Miami Beach