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 New York that you may soon see in a dog park near you!
Standing calf-high and touting a pair of bat-like ears, French Bulldogs sport a look that is unmistakable and irresistible. The French Bulldog’s expression may seem glum, but these tiny canines are as sweet and affectionate as they are downright hilarious.
French Bulldogs are friendly, intelligent and surprisingly adaptable, having found their way into the hearts of urban-dwellers the world over. The Frenchie's versatile nature makes it the perfect family dog; they get along well with children and pets, and they rarely bark.
Frenchie's are such good pets that owners can hardly resist describing them in excruciatingly affectionate details. Five minutes with this pooch and you’ll understand why Frenchie's are of the most popular dog breed in New York.
Few states are as friendly to dogs and dog owners as the Empire State. That’s because New York is one of the best states in the country to buy, rescue or adopt a puppy. The French Bulldog is the most popular breed in New York, though Golden Retriever and the Boxer do not trail far behind.
Whether you’re from New York, you’re on vacation with your Golden Retriever or your visiting to find Boxer puppies for sale you’ll find New York has more than enough dog-friendly activities to keep you busy.
Yes. New York State law requires that your pet's first rabies vaccination be given no later than four months after its date of birth unless you live in New York City, in which case you must vaccinate your dog within three months of its date of birth.
Thankfully, the State of New York makes it really easy to vaccinate your dog and to find information pertaining to pet vaccinations, licensing and leash laws. For instance, all counties in the State of New York, excluding New York City counties, must provide a free vaccination clinic every four months.
The schedule for which can be acquired by contacting your county health department. Click here for more information on New York State dog vaccinations.
No. There are no state-wide leash laws in the State of New York. However, the various local governments in New York have a dog leash law in place. As with most New York dog laws, whether or not you are required to leash your dog is entirely up to the county or city in which you reside.
For example, in Albany, all dogs must be restrained by an “adequate collar and leash” and under the control of someone who is at least 12 years old if they are on public property. In New York City, all dogs are required to be on a leash no more than six feet long.
Additionally, it is illegal to tie or chain a dog for longer than three hours. That’s why it’s always a good idea to check with your local government to ensure your dog complies with all local ordinances.
Yes. In the State of New York, all dogs older than four months must be licensed. Thankfully, New York makes it easy to obtain a dog license. Simply provide proof of current rabies vaccination and that your dog has been spayed or neutered to the country in which you reside.
If you live in New York City, you can obtain a dog license from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Please note that New York City dog licenses must be renewed each year.
Additionally, all guard or service dogs that reside within New York City must be registered and the loss, theft or sale of such a dog must be reported to the City within five days. Guard dogs are also required to wear their dog license tag and a City-issued guard dog tag on their collar at all times.
No. As of January 2020, there is no law in New York that requires a dog to wear a seat belt or be restrained 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.
Sirius Dog Run - New York City
Robert Moses Playground - New York City
Cunningham Park Dog Run - Fresh Meadows
Union Square Dog Run - New York City
The Paw Park - Off-Leash Dog Park - East Amherst
Hillside Dog Park - Brooklyn
Prospect Park Dog Beach - Brooklyn
St. Nicholas Park Dog Run - New York City
Chelsea Waterside Dog Park - New York City
Storm King State Park - Cornwall
Niagara Falls State Park - Niagara Falls
Lake George Dog Beach - Lake George
Tompkins County Dog Park - Ithaca
Jamesville Beach Off-leash Dog Park - Syracuse
Ellicott Island Park - Tonawanda
West 72nd Street Dog Run - New York City
Montauk Point Lighthouse - Montauk
Stuyvesant Park Dog Run - New York City
Puppies for Sale in New York