|MILEAGE AND SHIPPING CHART
WE WILL DELIVER FOR FREE UP TO 50 MILES IF YOU PAY FULL PRICE ON PUPPIES NO
DISCOUNTED PRICE.. OR AN EXTRA .50 CENTS PER MILE IF YOU WANT US TO BRING THE PUPPY
UP TO 2 HOURS FROM HUDSON.. WE SHIP THRU THE AIRLINES OR PUPPY HAS TO BE PICKED
UP IN HUDSON, FL
CLICK HERE TO CALCULATE HOW FAR IT WILL BE. MAP QUEST
DO YOU THINK SHIPPING A PUPPY IS ??
WELL ITS NOT ANYMORE.. WE HAVE BEEN SHIPPING PUPPIES FOR
OVER 25 YRS... ITS NOT LIKE IT USED TO BE... ( IN THE LUGGAGE DEPT)
THE ANIMALS ARE ALWAYS IN A CLIMATE CONTROLLED AREA... THEY CAN BE SHIPPED ALL
YEAR ROUND... THEY ARE TAKEN FROM US IN A CLIMATE CONTROLLED ROOM INTO VAN THAT
IS CLIMATE CONTROLLED AND THEN INTO A CABIN MADE JUST FOR ANIMALS.. THEN TAKEN OF
THE PLANE THE SAME WAY... WE USE CONTINENTAL AIRLINES CAUSE THEY ARE VOTED #1 FOR
THEIR PET SAFE PROGRAM... I HAVE BEEN USING THEM FOR 17 YRS.. AND NO PROBLEMS.. WE
GET A $2000.00 INS POLICY ON EVERY MALTIPOO JUST IN CASE... BUT NO WORRIES NOTHING
EVER HAPPENS... :) THERE IS A EXTRA FEE OF $300.00 FOR THE FLIGHT... THAT WILL INCLUDE
EVERYTHING TO SHIP THE PUPPY INCLUDING THE TRAVEL CRATE AND THE FLYING
PAPERWORK... I WOULD NEED THE ADDRESS AND NAME ON THE LICENSE THAT MATCHES THE
ID BECAUSE THEY ARE VERY CAREFUL WHO THEY GIVE THE ANIMALS TOO... I WOULD CALL
AND EMAIL YOU FROM THE AIRPORT WITH A VIDEO SHOWING THE PUPPY IS IN PERFECT AND
HAPPY CONDITION AND READY TO BE SHIPPED.. AND YOU WILL KNOW ALL THE INFO ON THE
FLIGHT BEFORE HAND... I WOULD MAKE SURE THE FLIGHTS WOULD BE RIGHT FOR ALL OF US
FOR THE DROPPING OFF AND PICKING UP YOUR PUPPY... WE ASK FOR YOU TO PLEASE CALL
US ASAP WHEN YOU GET THE PUPPY AND GET IT OUT OF THE CRATE SO YOU CAN LET US
KNOW HOW MUCH YOU LOVE YOUR PUPPY... WE WOULD GO OVER EVERYTHING BEFORE WE
SHIP THE PUPPY SO YOU WOULD KNOW ABOUT THE POTTING TRAINING, CRATE TRAINING,
FUTURE SHOTS AND WORMING THE PUPPY WILL NEED... BUT REMEMBER IM THE ONLY ONE
ALLOWED TO MAKE THE FLIGHT ARRANGEMENTS AND PAY FOR IT BECAUSE IM THE ONE
PUTTING THE PUPPY ON THE PLANE... MOST OF THE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SAY THE SLEEP
MOST OF THE TRIP... READ BELOW OR GOT TO THEIR SITE... SO NO WORRIES... WE HAVE BEEN
SHIPPING A VERY LONG TIME..
All kennels should follow the guidelines below:
Type and size of kennel
The kennel must be sturdy, properly ventilated and, most importantly, must be large enough
for the animal to freely sit and stand with its head erect, turn around and lie down in a normal
posture. To prevent accidental injury, no part of the animal's body can protrude through any
openings in the kennel. For this reason, kennels made exclusively from wire are not accepted.
United can transport dogs in "giant" crates or kennels (700 series) whose dimensions do not
exceed 48 in. (length) x 32 in. (width) x 35 in. (height) (121 cm x 68 cm x 89 cm) on most
Check the closing mechanism to make sure it works properly. Do not put a lock on the kennel
door. In accordance with federal regulations, your pet must be accessible in the event of an
United discourages kennels with wheels on the bottom unless the wheels have a locking
device. If your kennel has wheels, they must be either removed or taped in order to prevent
them from rolling in transit.
Federal regulations require that each kennel is labeled to safeguard your pet. When you drop
off your pet, United will provide the required labels to adhere to the kennel. The labels
The words "LIVE ANIMAL" that will be adhered to the top and at least one side of the kennel in
1-in. (2.5-cm) letters.
Orientation labels that indicate the top of the kennel with arrows, or "This End Up" markings,
and to be adhered to at least two sides of the kennel.
Additional information and requirements, which you may view in the Required labeling
Animals per kennel
Each kennel should contain no more than one adult dog or cat, or no more than two puppies
or kittens younger than six months, of comparable size, and under 20 pounds (9.1 kg) each.
Dogs and cats cannot travel together in the same container.
Include two empty dishes
Include two empty dishes (one for food and one for water), accessible from the outside of the
The kennel m
PetSafe shipping instructions
United handles all specialty shipments, especially pets, with the greatest care. We understand
the unique requirements of transporting animals, and we adhere to U.S. Department of
Agriculture (USDA) and International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations.
To further ensure the safety of animals when they travel on United, we require animal
shippers to follow the guidelines below:
Pets must arrive at the designated airport drop-off area at least two hours prior to the
scheduled flight's departure time.
United requires that your pet have a health certificate issued by a veterinarian dated within
10 days of travel. A certificate is required for both your outbound and return flights. Please
obtain a new health certificate for your return flight if you plan to travel later than the day the
original certificate expires.
Track a pet's itinerary online. Please have the air waybill number available.
Kennels and crates must conform to IATA and USDA regulations.
United supports the recommendation of the American Veterinarian Medical Association to not
accept animals that have been sedated. United will not knowingly accept a dog or cat that has
been sedated and accepts no liability for the death or sickness of an animal caused by any
United agents will use the Live Warm-Blooded Animal Acceptance Checklist (PDF: 92.2 KB) at
the time you tender your pet. Please feel free to print it out and utilize it in the preparation of
your pet for shipping.
If you are shipping small or toy dog breeds that are younger than 12 weeks old and less than
three pounds (approximately 1.5 kg), it is recommended that you take the following
precautionary steps: Do not vaccinate or worm the puppy within three days of transport.
Ensure that no other medical procedures are performed on the puppy within three days of
Use honey or light Karo syrup for "carbohydrate loading" for the 24-hour period prior to
shipping to help maintain glucose levels in the puppy while in transit. Lowered glucose levels
in puppies can result in hypoglycemic episodes, including seizures and a reduction of body
temperature, severely compromising the health of your pet.