Puppies for Sale in Pennsylvania

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Our Puppies in Maryland

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Hagerstown, MD

Blixem

$3050
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Hagerstown, MD

Vixen

$3050
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Hagerstown, MD

Comet

$3050
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Our Puppies in New York

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Schoharie County, NY

Bently

$2000
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Schoharie County, NY

Mercedes

$2000
Bernese Mountain Dog | Girl
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Schoharie County, NY

King

$2000
Cavapoo | Boy
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Schoharie County, NY

Velvet

$2000
Morkie | Girl

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Hocking County, OH

Pickles

$2525
Keesh-Inu | Boy
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Hocking County, OH

Ashy

$2525
Keesh-Inu | Boy
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Hocking County, OH

Toasty

$2525
Keesh-Inu | Boy
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Hocking County, OH

Tank

$2525
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Our Puppies in West Virginia

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Marshall County, WV

Princess

$3575
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Fairmont, WV

Chocolate

$5175
American Bully | Boy
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Boone County, WV

Millie

$1450
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Boone County, WV

Dasher

$1675
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$3050
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$3375
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$3575
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Pepper

$2000
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Overview of Puppies for Sale in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is the 5th most populous state in America with apopulation of 12.9 million people as of 2021. 60.6% of Pennsylvanians are pet owners while 38.9% own a dog. That is 5 million dog owners in the Keystone State!

Pennsylvania consistently ranks as one of the more dog-friendly states in the United States. A study by Safewise ranked Pennsylvania as the 7th most pet-friendly state in America, while a similar study by Pawsafe ranked Pennsylvania in 15th place.

The state dog of Pennsylvania is the Great Dane. However, according to a recent survey, the Great Dane is not one of the most popular breeds in this state. The breeds with the most demand in the Keystone State are the Labrador Retriever, Mutt, Beagle, Chihuahua, and German Shepherd Dog. At Mawoo Pets, we have observed two other breeds as particularly popular amongst Pennsylvanians: the Poodle and Golden Retriever!

Gorgeous Golden Retriever pup playing fetch at Barracks Beach.
The happiest pup enjoting a walk through Pittsburgh’s Roberto Clemente Bridge.

Which Cities Are Best for Dog Owners in Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania is home to many pet-friendly cities and boasts incredible outdoor spaces for spending time with your furry friend. Below is a roundup of some of the best cities to raise a pup in the Quaker State!

Pittsburgh, PA


A survey by WalletHub ranked Pittsburgh as one of the 20 most pet-friendly cities in America. This is due to the abundance of pet friendly businesses, veterinarians, pet shops, and pet families that populate this formerly steel city. If you are looking for a day outdoors with your furry companion, consider a visit to the South Park Dog Park or Raccoon Creek State Park. For exciting treats and toys for your pup, pay a visit to Petagogy, a top-rated pet store!

Philadelphia, PA


Philly is the only other city in Pennsylvania that made its way into WalletHub's list of Top 100 pet-friendly cities in America. Philadelphia is full of attractions for dogs and dog owners. If you are looking for a big and fun off-leash dog park, we recommend the Schuylkill River Dog Run. For a more scenic walk with your pup, visit the Schuylkill River Trail or Delaware Riverfront. You are sure to love the relaxing atmosphere and can enjoy stunning sunset views with your pup. If you are visiting Philly, we recommend snatching some photos with your pup at the Liberty Bell, a picturesque and historic location!

Pet Friendly Attractions in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania offers so many fun activities and attractions for you and your furry companion. For a fun day of amusement, consider a visit to the Knoebels Amusement Resort, full of camping, golf, hiking, and fun attractions for your whole family!

Another wonderful scenic activity is the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway, where you and your furry friend can enjoy scenic views while riding a diesel-powered train from the 1920s! The railway is pet-friendly and makes for a unique and exciting event for your pet.

Other great parks for day visits include the Polk Valley Dog Park in Hellertown and the Wissahickon Valley Park in Philadelphia. These off-leash parks are perfect places to let your pup roam free and enjoy the outdoor space, especially if you have an active pup.

How Much Does a Puppy Cost in Pennsylvania?

Puppies for sale in Pennsylvania typically range between $850 and $3,000. Certain breeds such as French Bulldogs can exceed that range given their limited availability and high demand. Also, some breeders train their puppies as therapy dogs or service dogs, and these qualifications can increase a puppy's price.

Other factors that influence a puppy's price are the breeder's experience and qualifications, litter registrations, health guarantees, genetic testing, and toys or food made available with your purchase. Puppies that are excessively cheap or underpriced may be coming from puppy mills or backyard breeders. High quality breeders take on meaningful expenses to raise their puppies, and this is reflected in the price of their puppies for sale.

Bernese Mountain Dog enjoying the view from the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway.
Amish children playing with a Labrador Retriever puppy.

Can I Trust an Amish Breeder?

Pennsylvania is home to large Amish and Mennonite communities. Dog breeding is common amongst these communities, and in recent years, many Amish breeders have come under scrutiny for poor breeding and dog parenting practices.

Given the lifestyle and religious beliefs of these communities, many Amish breeders have limited access to the internet. As such, Amish breeders tend to transact through intermediaries. This means that you, as the end consumer, may never see the breeding conditions of how your puppy was raised.

As with any other puppy purchase, it is critical that you investigate the breeder's premises and rely on trusted intermediaries who can conduct thorough vetting. This is particularly important with the Amish community, where your visibility is limited, and where questions of integrity have been raised.

As with many purchases, you have to assess the seller on a case-by-case basis. As you search for your new puppy, do your thorough diligence of the breeder and his or her practices before committing to a purchase.

How to Find a Reputable Breeder in Pennsylvania

Always consider adopting before purchasing! You can start by exploring puppies available in your local shelter, rescue, or Humane Society. The Pennsylvania SPCAis a great resource for exploring puppies available for adoption across the state.

If you are looking for a specific dog breed, Pennsylvania is home to many reputable dog breeders, ranging from responsible breeders of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels to responsible breeders of American Bullies. To find a reputable breeder in Pennsylvania, it is important that you collect information about the breeder's experience, premises, breeding parents, and practices. This information helps you evaluate the quality and trustworthiness of the breeder.

A visit to the breeder's premises should be prioritized when possible. When making a site visit, observe the breeding space and the conditions under which the puppies raised. Ask the breeder questions about his or her breeding practices, including genetic testing, veterinary checks, food provided to the pups, etc.

At Mawoo Pets, we have conducted thorough vetting of 1,000+ reputable breeders to provide you a trusted repository of compassionate breeders and help end puppy mills. Our team is here to help you find the right breeder, get the information you need, and to coordinate for the travel of your new puppy home.

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Pet friendly Pennsylvania parks include the Elkins Park a must visit with your pooch!

Pet Laws in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania regulations require all dogs three months or older to hold a license issued by the County Treasurer. All dogs of this age must be also vaccinated against rabies, as administered by a licensed veterinarian.

Dogs are considered personal property by Pennsylvania law, and so dog owners are responsible for all damages caused by their dogs. It is therefore especially important to keep your dog on a leash at all times in public spaces -- in fact, this is required by Pennsylvania pet laws. Accidents can happen and conflicts are not always avoidable, and so it is best to be prepared and safe.

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