Puppies for sale in Columbus, Ohio?

My husband and I have been searching for a reasonably priced puppy-preferrably female, and either a shih tzu, yorkie, chihuahua, or terrier mix breed. We love small, tiny dogs. Does anyone have any pups for sale?

I work at eh dog pound and you may have miss them but they had a litter of JRT yorkie mixes, they where only 4 pounds at over 8 weeks and very small boned, you sould try the dog shelter at different days, they have shih tzu pups sometimes, and had a maltipoo that was under a year that was under 10 pounds and very friendly, I work there and they are on alum creek, a puppy will cost around 125 dollars and that includes all the possible shots , fixed and if the pup gets sick with something it got from the pound and can have them treat it. Checking the dog pounds website is risky as all pups are not shown and many put on hold before you can get there

http://www.franklincountydogs.com/adoptinfo/adoptinfo.htm

and thier are many purebreed rescues that have young dogs who are at reasonable price, you sould be willing to pay over 100 as these places do the shots and the spay
In fact come to the shelter this sunday they are holding a thing call Mingle with our mutts, it is on the first and third sunday of every month and many rescues come including cocker rescue and many othes with small and large purebreed dogs!

http://www.franklincountydogs.com/resources/rescuegrps.htm

http://www.franklincountyohio.gov/commissioners/ancl/programs/shelter_mingle.cfm

shelters in ohio

http://search.petfinder.com/awo/

  • Louise

    Please don't get a "designer dog". Go to the pound- there are lots of puppies & small dogs there. If you do get a puppy from a breeder. Make sure it is reputable. The parents should be available to see and friendly. Look at the envoirment they grew up in, is it clean? Did the parents get shown til their campionships (because this is the only way to determine a good quality dog). Good Luck.
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  • W.

    This is not the place to shop for pets. Contact local breed rescues,humane organizations or visit petfinder.com
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  • Elena

    Adopt a puppy from http://www.petfinder.com . They have all different breeds and are currently in either shelters or foster homes waiting for a loving, forever home. Remember to RESEARCH either breed at http://www.dogbreedinfo.com before deciding to get either.
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  • Liligirl

    http://www.smallpawsrescue.org is a federal not for profit Bichon Frise (and Bichon Havanese, Maltese, Coton, although the Frise is the most widely recognized of the Bichon breed, and all the mixes of these little white fluffs) animal rescue organization.
    Rescue a little white dog. You will never regret it.
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  • teenytiny

    I work at eh dog pound and you may have miss them but they had a litter of JRT yorkie mixes, they where only 4 pounds at over 8 weeks and very small boned, you sould try the dog shelter at different days, they have shih tzu pups sometimes, and had a maltipoo that was under a year that was under 10 pounds and very friendly, I work there and they are on alum creek, a puppy will cost around 125 dollars and that includes all the possible shots , fixed and if the pup gets sick with something it got from the pound and can have them treat it. Checking the dog pounds website is risky as all pups are not shown and many put on hold before you can get there
    http://www.franklincountydogs.com/adoptinfo/adoptinfo.htm
    and thier are many purebreed rescues that have young dogs who are at reasonable price, you sould be willing to pay over 100 as these places do the shots and the spay
    In fact come to the shelter this sunday they are holding a thing call Mingle with our mutts, it is on the first and third sunday of every month and many rescues come including cocker rescue and many othes with small and large purebreed dogs!
    http://www.franklincountydogs.com/resources/rescuegrps.htm
    http://www.franklincountyohio.gov/commissioners/ancl/programs/shelter_mingle.cfm
    shelters in ohio
    http://search.petfinder.com/awo/
    References :

  • Maria

    First try your local animal shelters. You will find wonderful dogs who are trained, have all their shots, and are most likely already fixed. A shelter dog will not cost you a lot of money and you will help save a life. Shelters have young puppies very often.

    If you have your mind set on a breeder than look through your local newspaper ads to see what dogs are for sale.

    Stay away from pet stores, most (not all, but the majority) have VERY overpriced, unhealthy, unsocialized dogs. Pet stores also will lie to sell a puppy. They might tell you you are getting a pure breed when really your not!

    Good luck finding a puppy
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The Shih Tzu Manual