Quick Answer: How Do You Ship A Puppy?

How much does it cost to ship a puppy?

The cost to ship a dog depends on the distance and needs of the dog.

The average cost to ship a dog within 300 miles is $120 to $250.

For longer distance shipments, the average cost is $270 to $500.

Check out our cost-to-ship index, for more specific details on dog shipments completed through the uShip marketplace.

Is it safe to ship a puppy?

Dogs more than 40 pounds can’t fly in cabin

Shipping the animal as cargo, after all, means that the animal is considered as such. The Humane Society tells people traveling with pets to avoid that fate. “If you decide to fly with your pet, choose the cabin when possible,” the Human Society advises.

How do you ship a puppy to another state?

Air is the safest way to ship your dog. When shipping your dog from one state to another, the best way to do it is by air. While it may be a bit stressful for you, the airlines ship pets every day, with very few problems. If you’re traveling, too, your dog can even go on the same flight.

What age can you ship a puppy?

Age of the animal being shipped: USDA regulations require animals be at least 8 weeks old (10 weeks old to carry in cabin) and fully weaned before traveling domestically, at least 16 weeks old before traveling to the U.S. from other countries and at least 15 weeks old for European travel.

How much is it to ship a puppy by air?

Typical costs: Shipping a pet by airplane typically costs $70-$1,000 each way, depending on the pet’s size and distance traveled.

How do you ship a puppy by air?

When shipping your pet by air, you will need a kennel. The kennel should allow your pet to stand up, turn around, and lie down comfortably. If you are taking your pet in the cabin, and not shipping him or her as cargo, the kennel will need to be able to fit under your chair.

Can an 8 week old puppy fly?

Most airlines within the US require the puppy be at least 8 weeks old to fly, though the age requirements may vary from one airline to another. If they puppies are traveling in the cabin with you they must fit comfortably under the seat in front of you.

Are dogs traumatized by flying?

Flying with pets can be hectic for owners and animals alike. Most airlines allow some small animals in the cabin, while those that transport larger dogs and cats require them to fly as cargo, usually under the cabin in a pressurized hold. The latter isn’t always a paw-sitive experience.

Do breeders ship puppies?

Shipping Puppies. Professional dog breeders do not ship dogs and many will not allow young puppies to fly. Responsible breeders want you to drive the puppy home.