Quick Answer: How Can I Find A Puppy In My Area?

Go to a pet adoption website such as Petfinder.com that links to animal rescues and shelters.

These sites list available dogs, including puppies of all breeds.

Search by zip code and dog’s age to find puppies for sale in your area.

You can also search by dog breed as desired.

Where can I get a free puppy?

Best Free Puppies Near Me

  • Family Dog Rescue. 154 reviews. Animal Shelters, Pet Adoption.
  • SmartyPup! 54 reviews. Pet Training.
  • Ozzies Pound Puppies. 23 reviews. Pet Adoption.
  • Doggy Details. 38 reviews.
  • Bark Busters Home Dog Training San Francisco. 39 reviews.
  • Barking About Town. 43 reviews.
  • High Tail Hotel. 93 reviews.
  • PlayBow Dog Daycare. 38 reviews.

How do I find an inexpensive puppy?

Petfinder. Petfinder.com is another good option to find cheap puppies for sale near you. It is an easy way to get in touch with numerous dog breed rescues and humane societies outside of your city, too. Most of the dogs available through Petfinder do have adoption fees, similar to those from a no-kill shelter.

Where can I give my puppy away?

Fortunately, there are many options for giving away a puppy.

Make a list of good options for giving away the puppy.

  1. Family.
  2. Friends.
  3. Neighbors.
  4. Coworkers.
  5. Shelters.
  6. Humane societies.
  7. Rescue organizations.
  8. Law enforcement.

What does a puppy cost?

How much does a puppy cost? A well-bred pedigree or designer puppy will cost anywhere from $400 to $2,000 on average. The cost of a puppy varies hugely, depending upon the breed, its popularity, and the amount the breeder has invested into health tests.

What is the cutest puppy?

The Top 10 Cutest Puppy Breeds

  • Shih Tzu. via GIPHY. Not much bigger than a dust bunny, Shih Tzus are cute puppies that stay small.
  • Rottweiler. via GIPHY. Cute puppy breeds and maybe even cuter dogs.
  • Mastiff. via GIPHY.
  • Beagle. via GIPHY.
  • Labrador Retriever. via GIPHY.
  • German Shepherd. via GIPHY.
  • Corgi. via GIPHY.
  • Dachshund. via GIPHY.