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Old 10-02-2013, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default Advice for shipping a puppy to another state

Hi, I need to know if anyone has any idea of where to find info on shipping a puppy from fl to PA?
I have a friend who wants one of my pups but I don't know anything about shipping animals. Also what documents would I need to ship a puppy?

I may meet her half way on a drive but just need some info on shipping just in case we can't so the drive!

Thank you so much!

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I hope someone answers this! I've only heard of flying pets in cargo. I think meeting halfway would be far less traumatic for everyone.
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Depends on the state, but it's far easier than doing it from country to country! I've never done it. As far as I know, it also depends on Airlines. They're also companies that will do it specifically for you without having the pup in Cargo.

Here's Delta Airlines:
Pet Travel Requirements & Restrictions | Delta Air Lines

Here's United Airlines:
United Airlines - Animal Travel and Shipping Rates

Shipping a pet may be a bit worrisome and traumatic but it's honestly not something they'll ever remember. My first dog, a Maltese from a Breeder, was shipped from Missouri to NY. I don't think they'll even remember!

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Shipping a dog or any other animal, depends on the Airline. Because dogs are held in the cargo are, most will not ship in the heat of summer or the cold of winter. You will need a certification from the vet that the dog is up to date will all shots.

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I checked google and there seemed lots of good pet relocation services you can try. They have good information already.

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