Dana Tompkins



Flying your new pet home is a safe and simple way of transport.  If it were not safe, we would choose a different way to transport them.   We fly our pets on Tuesdays or Fridays.  We will fly pets on additional days for major holidays, such as Christmas.  When your pet arrives at the airport, you will pick him/her up at the airport baggage services department or ticket counter, depending upon the airline.  Upon showing a valid ID, the airline will release your new pet to you.

We ship nationwide, to include Alaska and Canada.  Shipping costs can vary, depending on some airport destinations.  Some airlines within Canada and Alaska may also charge a "transfer fee" of $40 depending upon the airline.

In addition to airfare, shipping includes a microchip, health certificate, receipt, vaccination record, one-year health guarantee, a travel crate, registration papers, if applicable, and puppy starter food.

Clipart/j0428651.jpgUSDA and Airline Requirements to Ship
  • Animals must be at least 8 weeks of age.
  • Shipping kennel or cage must meet standards for size, ventilation, strength and design.
  • Animals must have enough room to stand up and turn around. Kennels must be equipped with one food and water cup. Kennels must be marked with shipper's name, address and phone number and pick-up person's name, address and phone number (if different from shipper), Live Animal Stickers should be applied to the kennel and the last time fed and watered indicated. Place newspaper or absorbent material on the bottom of the crate.
  • Animal may not be exposed to temperatures of less than 45 degrees Fahrenheit unless there is an acclimation statement by a Veterinarian.
  • Health Certificate must be issued by a licensed Veterinarian and be no more than 10 days old.
  • Animals may not be brought to the airline more than 4 hours before a flight.
  • Animals less than 16 weeks of age must be offered food and water if transit is more than 12 hours. Older animals must have food at least every 24 hours and water at least every 12 hours.
  • Animals over 12 weeks must have rabies shots current.


~ Blessing homes one puppy at a time ~