Will breeders ship puppies?
Professional breeders issue a contract, not a bill of sale.
Contracts vary by breeder but typically they include the following criteria: Professional dog breeders do not ship dogs and many will not allow young puppies to fly.
Responsible breeders want you to drive the puppy home.
How are dogs shipped from breeders?
You email the breeder. The puppy is still available, the breeder is happy to ship him or her to you. All you need to do is use a wire transfer (or other untraceable method) to send money to the “breeder.” Then, he or she will ship you your new dog.
Is shipping a puppy cruel?
Dogs more than 40 pounds can’t fly in cabin
Shipping the animal as cargo, after all, means that the animal is considered as such. The Humane Society tells people traveling with pets to avoid that fate. “If you decide to fly with your pet, choose the cabin when possible,” the Human Society advises.
How much is it to ship a puppy?
The cost to ship a dog depends on the distance and needs of the dog. The average cost to ship a dog within 300 miles is $120 to $250. For longer distance shipments, the average cost is $270 to $500. Check out our cost-to-ship index, for more specific details on dog shipments completed through the uShip marketplace.