The Volunteer State of Tennessee is well-known for its love of dogs. In fact, the AVMA study of 2012 recorded that 44.1 percent of the entire state's population were dog owners. Even if they did not own dogs at the time, there was a significant number at least dog lovers. Sometimes you can be in a position where it is not possible to own a dog, but you can still be very fond of them.
Some of the major cities in Tennessee love dogs to the point that they have lots of dog friendly accommodations to choose from as well as plenty of dog parks where your canine babies can get their exercise. Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville all offer places for dogs and their owners to stay while visiting or relocating. The Smoky Mountain tourist cities of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg also make it simple to bring your dog along when you visit. While there may be some extra rules in place regarding where your dogs can and cannot go as well as whether they must wear a leash or not, you are still sure to find whatever accommodation you want the most when you visit any of these cities with your dog in tow.
The lucky residents of the state of Tennessee have a chance to add to their canine families as there are plenty of puppies for sale in the towns and cities there. Have a look at the ads listed here of those puppies and you might just find the perfect one for your Tennessee home.