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 Louisiana that you may soon see in a dog park near you!
From the dirty streets of Victorian London to Best in Show at Westminster, The Yorkshire Terrier is a cantankerous little canine with a personality that is larger than life. Hypoallergenic, compact and delightfully intelligent, Yorkies are the perfect city-dwelling companion and the most popular dog breed in Louisiana
Seven pounds of silky floor-length fur, the Yorkshire Terrier’s elegant disposition would not be out of place on the lap of a palace-dwelling royal. Don’t be fooled - the Yorkshire Terrier” may be a toy-size pooch, but the diminutive little canine possesses a tenacious, often feisty temperament.
Are you looking for Yorkshire Terrier puppies for sale in Louisiana? Well you’re in luck - Louisiana is one of the best states in the country to buy, rescue or adopt a puppy. The Yorkshire Terrier may be the most popular breed in Louisiana, but the Golden Retriever and the French Bulldog are not far behind.
Whether you’re visiting Louisiana to find Golden Retriever puppies for sale or to take your Yorkie on a classic bayou adventure, you’ll find Louisiana has more than enough dog-friendly activities to keep you busy.
But don’t run off to New Orleans just yet. Before you take your dog to Louisiana you should consult the following state and local dog laws so that you don’t run into trouble when you get there.
Yes. According to La. Admin Code. tit. 51, pt. III, § 103, “No person shall own, keep or have in his custody a dog, cat, or ferret over three months of age that has not been vaccinated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian.”
Louisiana state law also requires every dog owner to initially vaccinate their dog with a series of two vaccinations - one to be administered at three months of age, another administered one year after the initial vaccination. Dog owners must also administer subsequent booster vaccines to ensure there are no lapses in immunity from Rabies.
It depends. LA R.S. 3:2731 states, “the governing bodies of all parishes and municipalities may impose license taxes on all dogs, enact ordinances for the regulation of dogs running at large, and maintain pounds for the impounding of dogs.”
In other words, whether or not you need to license your dog in Louisiana depends entirely upon the parish or city in which you reside. The vast majority of the counties in Louisiana have some sort of dog licensing law in place. That’s why it’s always a good idea to check with your local government to ensure your dog complies with all local ordinances.
Lafreniere Dog Park - Metairie
Dog Park at Burbank Park - Baton Rouge
Pretty Acres Dog Park - Covington
NOLA City Bark - New Orleans
Wisner Dog Park - New Orleans
Brown Memorial Dog Park - Lafayette
Hammond Dog Park - Hammond
Shreveport Dog Park - Shreveport
Norman Swanner Dog Park - Thibodaux
Fontainebleau State Park - Mandeville
Grand Isle State Park - Grand Isle
Mandeville lakefront - Mandeville
Cafe du Bone Dog Bakery & Boutique - Slidell
Abita Springs Farmers Market - Abita Springs
Ghost City Tours - New Orleans
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve - New Orleans
Louis Armstrong Park - New Orleans
South Park - Denham Springs