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Note: Due to new USDA regulations, not all breeders are able to ship puppies. You can read the new rule on the USDA website by clicking here. Anyone with 4 or less breeding females can still ship without being USDA licensed, according to our understanding of the new USDA rule. If the breeder cannot ship the puppy you are interested in, you can have a friend pick it up in your stead. Or, you can take a day off and fly in and pickup the pup. Most airlines allow small pets such as puppies as a carry on. Be sure to verify this with your airline.
Shipping is available anywhere in the USA!
You are welcome to pickup your puppy in person, of course, but sometimes busy schedules or long distances make that impractical. If this is the case for you, check out some of the shipping options below: (Note that some breeders/sellers may prefer making shipping arrangements themselves, you or the breeder are not under any obligation to use the shipping services below)
Some more shipping information:
All you have to do is pickup the puppy at the airport, (with airline shipping) however you will need to find someone at the other end to take the puppy to the airport. Check with the breeder to see if they would be willing to do this. Or you might be able to work out arrangements to meet the breeder or shipper halfway. (sometimes a lot cheaper than air shipping)
Buyer typically covers shipping fees
Note: Airline ticket rates do not include a travel crate (which is not optional) nor does it cover the transportation costs of taking the puppy to the airport, or the required Health Certificate that is needed. These are details you must work out with the breeder.