Shipping Your Shepherd the Easy Way

//Shipping Your Shepherd the Easy Way

Shipping Your Shepherd the Easy Way

Shipping your dog or young puppy can be a nerve-wrecking experience, but it doesn’t have to be that way. When working with us, bringing your direct import puppy home to you is no issue at all. When you purchase your dog from our Germany-based kennel, we will walk you thru each and every step to get your dog safely to its new home. All you have to do is pick the dog up at the airport. We work exclusively with our shipping agent to make sure your new family member arrives hassle-free.

Keep in mind, a puppy cannot fly until 8 weeks of age; In some countries 16 weeks. There is no quarantine required for a puppy flying into the Contiguous United States.

We provide you peace of mind and ease:

  • We ship your dog in climate-controlled cargo plane.
  • If an overnight stop is required, your dog will receive the proper care (potty break, food, water)
  • The kennel comes with the dog on arrival. You get to keep it which means a smooth transition home.
  • We handle all the customs paperwork and veterinary requirements are are up-to-date in all the USDA requirements needed to import a live animal.
  • Your dog will ship to the cargo location at the designated airport i.e. United Cargo, Lufthansa Cargo
  • We work with many military families, so transporting animals is something we know well.

 

Step 1: Select an International Airport
Step 2. We Book Flight With Our Shipping Agent
Step 3: Pay for Shipping
Step 4: Dog Flys on Agreed Upon Day
Step 5: You Pick Up Your Dog at the Cargo location in the Airport

Buying a puppy from Haus Amberg Shepherds is a complete package. We walk you thru each step of the process from getting the puppy to its new home to making sure the puppy develops into a healthy German shepherd. Check out our current available puppies.

 

 

2017-12-04T20:10:55+00:00

About the Author:

Alishia co-owns Haus Amberg Shepherds with her husband, Patrick. Having lived and worked with shepherds in Germany for years, she has collected a pool of knowledge that she would like to share with fellow German shepherd enthusiasts.

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