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 South Carolina that you may soon see in a dog park near you!
Even-tempered, intelligent and remarkably friendly, it’s easy to see why the Golden Retriever is the most popular dog in South Carolina. These dogs are eager to please and respond well to obedience and service dog training.
Golden retrievers are affectionate and gentle with children and tend to get along with anyone they meet. They also enjoy work. Whether it involves retrieving birds, sniffing for narcotics or fetching the morning paper, Golden Retrievers just want to make you happy.
The Golden Retriever’s highly sociable temperament and affectionate personality make them a great decision for first-time dog owners, and dog owners with children. If you’re in the market for an intelligent, eager to please and incredibly affectionate puppies for sale in South Carolina, the Golden Retriever is the right choice.
If you’re looking for Golden Retriever puppies for sale in South Carolina, then you’re in luck.
South Carolina is one of the best states in the country to buy, rescue or adopt a puppy. The Golden Retriever is the most popular breed in the State but the German Shepherd and the French Bulldog are not far behind.
Maybe you’re in town to find German Shepherd puppies for sale or to take your Golden Retriever on an outdoor adventure? Either way, you’ll find South Carolina has more than enough dog-friendly activities to keep you busy.
Are you moving to South Carolina? If the answer is Yes, then there are a few state, county and local requirements to be aware of before you move in with your puppy.
Yes. According to South Carolina Code 51-3-145, “it is unlawful for any person to bring a dog or any other animal into the park or facility unless it is crated, caged, or upon a leash not longer than six feet or otherwise under physically restrictive control at all times.”
Though the general code does not require dog owners to keep their dogs on a leash at all times, they do prohibit dog owners from allowing their dogs to roam onto another person's property or on a public highway or sidewalk.
In addition to leash laws, many municipalities in South Carolina mandate that all persons walking a dog on a leash must curb their dog and immediately remove all feces deposited by said dog.
No. As of January 2020, there is no law in South Carolina that requires a dog to be harnessed or wear a seatbelt in the car. However, drivers may be ticketed if their pets is in their lap; the driver's view is obstructed or if the dog interferes with the driver's control of the vehicle.
Regardless of state law, we recommend that all dog-owners 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.
Parc South - Myrtle Beach
Lake Carolina Dog Park - Elgin
Hampton Park Dog Park - Charleston
Myrtle Beach Parc North - Myrtle Beach
Emily Douglas Park - Columbia
Sesquicentennial State Park - Columbia
Landrum Community Dog Park - Landrum
The Unleashed Dog Bar - Greenville
Rail Tail Dog Park - Spartanburg
Hilton Head Island Beaches - Hilton Head Island
Surfside Beach Bark Park - Surfside Beach
Brittlebank Park - Charleston
Hunting Island State Park - Hunting Island
Public Beaches at Folly Beach - Folly Beach
West Ashley Greenway - Charleston
Swamp Rabbit Trail - Greenville
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens - Charleston
Barefoot Landing - Myrtle Beach