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Puppies for Sale in West Virginia

In the process of being taken home by the country roads of West Virginia, you will find plenty of dog lovers along the way. The Almost Heaven state weighed in with 45.8 percent of the population as dog owners according to the 2012 study conducted by the AVMA. From these figures, it seems that dogs have an innate understanding of how West Virginia is "almost Heaven" for them.

As for the most dog friendly cities in the state; there are several. To begin with, Morgantown has two leash free dog parks. Krepps Park is a large gated dog park located in Morgantown. It is free of charge to use and complimentary doggie bags are supplied. There is plenty of parking. A second dog park located in this city is Stanley's Spot Dog Park. Fenced in for safety, there are separate areas for large and small dogs. Charleston, West Virginia also has two large dog parks for canines to get plenty of exercise while their owners relax and visit with other dog owners. One of them is Ruth Raftery Peyton Dog Park which offers off-leash time. There is also water access and benches. Open from dawn to dusk, the Charleston Dog Park is located in the city just blocks away from the State Capitol. Your dog can enjoy some off-leash time while you sit and relax. Waste bags are provided. Other dog friendly cities include Wheeling and Parkersburg.

If you are a resident of West Virginia and do not yet own a dog for your family, have a look at the dog ads listed here from your state. You may find the perfect pet for you.

ImagePrice
Siberian Husky
$1,000
Newfoundland
$1,600
Newfoundland
$1,200
Labrador Retriever
$550
Cane Corso
$700
German Shepherd
$1,200
Pug
$400
German Shepherd
$1,200
German Shepherd
$1,000
Golden Retriever
$1,500