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 Wisconsin that you may soon see in a dog park near you!
Few states are as friendly to dogs and dog owners as the great state of Wisconsin. Those Cheeseheads sure do love their dogs, but none more so than the Golden Retriever
Characteristically intelligent, friendly and eager to please, these devoted pups are as loyal to their families as they are lovable. Originally bred as “gun dogs” to find and retrieve downed game, Golden Retrievers are as comfortable in the backwoods of Wisconsin as they are swimming in Lake Michigan.
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. Golden Retrievers are so versatile and gentle, in fact, that hundreds are selected each year to assist humans as guide dogs, therapy dogs and service dogs.
Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin. It’s followed closely by the German Shepherd and the Boxer.
Whether you’re visiting the Dairy State to find German Shepherd puppies for sale or to take your Golden Retriever on a classic outdoor adventure, you’ll find Wisconsin has more than enough dog-friendly activities to keep you busy.
Are you looking for Boxer puppies for sale in Wisconsin? There are nearly six million dog lovers in Wisconsin - If you're looking to become one, there are a few state, county and local requirements to be aware of before you bring home your new puppy.
Yes. According to section 95.21 of the Wisconsin State Legislature, “the owner of a dog shall have the dog vaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian… at no later than 5 months of age and revaccinated within one year after the initial vaccination.
If the owner obtains the dog or brings the dog into this state [Wisconsin] after the dog has reached 5 months of age, the owner shall have the dog vaccinated against rabies within 30 days after the dog is obtained or brought into the state unless the dog has been vaccinated as evidenced by a current certificate of rabies vaccination from this state or another state.”
Yes. In the state of Wisconsin all dog owners are liable for any damages caused by dogs that run at large. Dogs are not permitted to run at large and must be tagged at all times. Any dog found running at large or untagged will be impounded and the owner fined up to $100 for the first offense, and up to $200 for subsequent offenses.
However, any dog that is actively engaged in a legal hunting activity is not considered off-leash "or running at large” so long as the dog is supervised and the dog is on land that is open to legal hunting.
No. As of January 2020, there is no law in the State of Wisconsin that prohibits owners from transporting their dogs without a harness.
However, Wisconsin's crimes against animals statutes prohibit the transport of any animal in or on a vehicle in a cruel manner. Additionally, any driver in Wisconsin may be cited for operating a vehicle with a dog in their lap or in a manner that interferes with the driver’s ability to operate the vehicle safely.
Granville Dog Park - Milwaukee
Mitchell Park Off Leash Dog Park - Brookfield
Token Creek Park Pet Exercise Area - Madison
Paw Print Park at Prairie Knoll Park - Janesville
Badger Prairie Dog Park - Verona
Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area - Milwaukee
Terri Tinsley Dog Park - Johnson Creek
Viking Dog Park - Stoughton
Lakeside Dog Park West - Fond Du Lac
Big Foot Beach State Park - Lake Geneva
Mazo Beach - Mazomanie
Whitefish Dunes State Park - Sturgeon Bay
Point Beach State Forest - Two Rivers
Four Seasons Nature Preserve - Lake Geneva
Dells Boat Tours - Wisconsin Dells
Prairie Moraine Park - Verona
Fox Brook Park - Brookfield
Milwaukee Boat Line Cruises - Milwaukee