How Shipping And Delivery Works

YES, we ship our puppies using Airlines for air transport through a Nanny Shipping Process. We sometimes use private ground transportation.

How to ship your puppy

You are on your way to be a new pet owner! If you are interested and wish to reserve a puppy then the first thing to do is to email us with the name of the puppy you wish to reserve. You will have to provide us your full name, address, phone number. If we are to ship the puppy we will need to know the name of the major airport you wish to use. Thank you.

Is it really Safe to ship a puppy?

Air transportation is by far the safest and fastest way to get your puppy. Puppies are not afraid to fly, and they sleep as if they were in a big rocking chair – all the way to your welcoming arms. We’ll give you specific instructions as to where to go and how to pick up a puppy at the airport.

We prepare each puppy for transportation. They will have been introduced to the airline’s approved carrier (we call them “Sky Condos”) and have gone for rides in it to prepare them for the type of motion they’ll experience when flying.

Each “condo” has a big, comfortable bed of shredded paper, plus food and water to eat and drink along the way. Each trip is averages about four hours- essentially the same duration of a good puppy nap and wake-up.
The average flight is approximately 4-8 hours and we make all the arrangements prior to shipping.

Puppies aren’t vases or art supplies, so when you hear that he or she can be shipped to you, your first reaction is probably shock. Before you panic, get that picture of cardboard boxes and foam peanuts out of your mind! Shipping puppies is usually quite safe and any airlines or trucking companies that take live animals have procedures in place to be sure they arrive in good health.

The Airlines we use will NOT ship puppies in the cargo compartment which sounds a bit callous and scary, even it is actually fairly safe and comfortable for the puppy, especially if there is no need for a layover or cargo transfer or the pet to be stowed under the passenger’s seat in lieu of carry on luggage. 

The Nanny shipping is probably the safest mode of air travel, but may be more expensive and what we mostly use since we pay an additional fee for the pet. We do ship by Land using a trucking company that specializes in transporting pets is another option. The trucks will carry puppies, dropping off and picking up dogs on a very carefully planned route that can cover as much as half of the Australia and United States in one long road trip.
We always give all our puppies a Bordetella vaccine prior to shipping to avoid the chances of other dogs or pets infecting them.

Many people ask if it is safe to ship a puppy. Flying in an airplane is just as safe as traveling in a car and possibly less stressful then a long car ride. A lot of people think animals are drugged, put in a box, tossed around with the rest of the baggage or left in hot planes for hours etc.. If this was true then we would never ship our puppies!! After almost 6 years of shipping puppies all over the Australia, USA and Canada we have never had one problem besides normal flight delays and that is fairly rare as well. United Pet Safe and Alaska Airlines are the best pet shippers by far. Your puppy will not be stacked on top of suitcases. Airlines have special places for pets so that they will be protected from cargo and luggage. It is temperature controlled and pressurized just like the cabin. Puppies are never drugged. They’re shipped in a new airline approved plastic crate in which they can easily see out the sides and front, with food, water, and a blanket. During layovers (if there is one) the puppies are taken off the plane and placed in a temperature controlled holding room until they can be put on their connecting flight. My Wife preparing the dog crate for shipping Extra food is taped to the side of the crate in the event of an unexpected layover/delay. Shipping pups takes a lot of time and planning. Pups must be taken to the vet just before shipping to get a shipping health certificate. We’ve safely shipped our french bulldog puppies all over the Australia, United States including Alaska and recently Canada

A deposit is your guarantee that we will not place the puppy of your choice with someone else. A deposit also serves as my guarantee that you will be purchasing the puppy specified. A $400.00 deposit will reserve your puppy. Final payment is due by the time the puppy is ready and about to leave our us for available payment options. Airline shipping has an additional fee, which includes travel crate, veterinarian exam, health certificate, and cost of airline ticket. Flight arrangements will be made by the seller.

Do I need a Pet Transporter?

When you are faced with the complexities of shipping a pet, how do you know if you need a pet transporter? If you have someone who will take your pet to the departure airport and check them in at the air cargo department, and you have someone to pick the pet up at the arrival airport, then you are all set. If veterinary certificates and other paperwork is required for international travel, those papers must also be presented to air cargo officials. If you cannot arrange for your pet's drop off and pick up, you will need to use the resources of a pet transportation company (pet transporter). These companies can make all of the arrangements, or just the portion that you cannot handle on your own. Of course, there is a fee for their services.

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