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Most of the babies can come home when they are 10-12weeks old. But once in a while one might have to be kept longer. We want to do what is best for the baby. We also want to get him or her home as fast as we can but we want to make sure he/she is happy and healthy.
We can have your new baby transported by car, airplane or you can come to pick up your baby. I do ask that during extreme weather conditions, to please remain patient. We do not allow their puppies to be transported if  we are not absolutely sure they will arrive happy and healthy.

Transportation by car usually runs between $250 and $350, depending on the destination. Destinations are limited. When traveling by car your puppy will be delivered to the closes wal mart to you. When traveling by car, they provide you with shot records, health certificate, crate, and vet check statements, and more

Flying Your Baby Home By Her/His Self:
Transportation by air runs  $250,  When transporting by air, We will provide you with shot records, health certificate and vet check statements,  a travel crate, water bottle or a water-food dish. I recommend you bring newspapers, paper towels, and a spray cleaner to clean the carrier upon arrival. Puppies can really make a mess during flight and the airport officials are not allowed to open the carriers to clean them. It makes your trip home with your new puppy a much more pleasant smelling experience.
You will be required to show a picture ID before you can pick up your puppy. If you have any questions regarding shipping, transporting or any other area, please contact us by phone r email me

Please Note:
We reserve the right, at our soul discretion, to determine when the puppies are ready to be shipped out. I do my very best to get your puppy to you as soon as possible, but there are sometimes delays. Inclement weather conditions (i.e. too hot or too cold), hazardous driving conditions, flight schedules and puppy development, are all out of my control. Understand that I will NOT ship a puppy unless I feel that the conditions are safe, and that the puppy is ready to make the trip. I do this to ensure that your puppy will arrive to your home safe and healthy, and thank you for your understanding

Airport Check List

  1. Wet Wipes

  2. Newspaper or pee pads

  3. Natural Puppy Treat (Cut into pieces ahead of time.)

  4. Distilled Water

  5. Your Photo ID & flight number

  6. Clean Soft Blanket or towel for the ride home

  7. My phone number

Picking Up Your Baby

  1. Call the airport prior to your puppy's arrival date to get directions to where you will pick your puppy up. Some airports you will pick up the main terminal & in other airports in the cargo facility..

  2.  Arrive at the airport at least 15 minutes early. The person name who's name the puppy is registered under needs to have a picture ID to pick the puppy up. Also have your flight conformation number with you.

  3. When you receive your puppy take it out of its pet carrier. Give him or her a big hug. Give him or her a thumb nail full of Nutri-Cal. Nutri-Cal is a calorie supplement that will keep their blood sugar up as well as boosting their appetite. Nutri-Cal can be purchased at most vet offices or pet stores. Be sure to read our Hypoglycemia information.

  4. Use your wet wipes to clean your puppy up & add newspaper or a pee pad to pet carrier, if needed. Puppies are clean when they leave, but they are babies & accidents do happen.

  5. Give your baby some pieces of the Natural Balance Roll & distilled water.

  6.  Call me to let me know how everything is going.

  7. Go home & start a wonderful life with your new baby!