Puppy Flight & Health Certificate Fee

$400.00

Use this to pay for your puppy’s flight. This covers the flight fee (generally $350) plus the vet appointment/health certificate ($50). Please try to pay this at least 5 days in advance of vet appointment. It takes at least 3 business days for this electronic payment to transfer to the account used to pay the vet and the airline. Note: This usually covers a flight via United and out of the local airport. If we have to fly via Delta or American, it is out of an airport much further away and the flight fees are also different. 

You will have to order:

#200 shipping crate (for 8-10 week old puppy) Please pay attention to the size (28 L x 20.5 W x 21.5 H). Please, do not order smaller or a different style crate. Crates must meet airline standards and cannot be too small or puppy will be rejected at checkin and you don’t want a crate too large because it is first dangerous and there are certain planes and flights that only allow certain size crates.

2 bowls (Airlines insist there are 2 bowls–one for food, one for water and they must attach to the crate door).

Crate pad (optional).

Please note: Toys are not permitted in the shipping crate.

Description

Use this to pay for your puppy’s flight. This covers the flight fee (generally $350) plus the vet appointment/health certificate ($50). Please try to pay this at least 5 days in advance of vet appointment. It takes at least 3 business days for this electronic payment to transfer to the account used to pay the vet and the airline.

Note: This usually covers a flight via United and out of the local airport. If we have to fly via Delta or American, it is out of an airport much further away and the flight fees are also different. 

You will have to order:

#200 shipping crate (for 8-10 week old puppy) Please pay attention to the size (28 L x 20.5 W x 21.5 H). Please, do not order smaller or a different style crate. Crates must meet airline standards and cannot be too small or puppy will be rejected at checkin and you don’t want a crate too large because it is first dangerous and there are certain planes and flights that only allow certain size crates.

2 bowls (Airlines insist there are 2 bowls–one for food, one for water and they must attach to the crate door).

Crate pad (optional).

Please note: Toys are not permitted in the shipping crate.

Additional information

Sex

Male, Female

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