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Puppy Shipping

Can't make the trip? We can now effortlessly have our puppies delivered anywhere in the US.

What transport options do I have?

 We have partnered with both a Puppy Flight Nanny and a Ground Transporter.


Ground Transporters deliver from breeder's door to the adopter's door. They provide updates every 4-6 hours. Transport can be private or with other puppies traveling in the same direction.


 A Puppy Flight Nanny delivers a puppy from the breeder to adoptive family via airplane in her lap. Nannies are knowledgeable about flight routes and how to navigate different airports.

Both options are USDA licensed. They are trained in how to care for puppies regarding feeding, watering and pottying on the go while limiting the risk of exposing the puppies to germs during transport. 

The best part is the cost...

 Ground Transporter rates are $.85 a mile for under 1000 miles, $.80 a mile for over 1,000 miles, $.75 for over 2,000 miles and $.70 a mile for over 3,000 miles. 

Private transportation is offered for $1.85 a mile. **Return mileage is charged too.


Utilizing a Fight Nanny starts at only $500. This includes the crate the nanny carries too.

Additionally, traveling by car with gas, hotels, time off work and money for meals can cost this much or more.  There is a discount for booking early and a small additional fee if you book during the holiday rush or last minute. We will also charge a small fee of $100 for coordinating nanny services and making the 1.5 hour trip to the airport to hand-off the puppy.

Safety first

Ground Transportation is great when flights would require multiple connections or if there is a risk of delay or cancellations due to weather or overbookings.



With a Flight Nanny YOU CAN NOT get this type of safety and reassurance shipping cargo under the plane. It also guarantees that the puppy is not waiting around in a holding area or on the tar mack under the plane. You also are not at the mercy of the airline employees who may or may not feed and water the puppy while they are in transit waiting for a connecting flight.

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