We will be in Houston Texas on Friday. 12/14/18
You must make arrangements with this company. Our closest airports are Mcallen tx, Harlingen tx and Brownsville tx. This service does not include a health certificate nor a carrier.
http://tlcflightnanny.com/ (They charge $450)
2) AIRPLANE DELIVERY: $400 flat rate for either airlines. Add $20 rabies shots if the pet is 12 weeks or older.
American Airlines 800-227-4622 Only available during October to march (From Mondays through Saturdays only) Temperatures must be between 25 to 85 degrees on all stations at the time or connections/arrivals or the airlines will decline delivery. Usually unavailable during the summer.
United Airlines 800-575-3335 (Requires bookings to be made 5 days in advanced).
3) MEET US HALF WAY: “We can drive up to 5 hours” available for puppies priced at $800 or more. We charge $80 the first, then $25 per additional hour of one way driving time (this includes gas, car rental and round trip driving time). Google our zip code 78537 for distance.
1 hr = $80
2 hrs = $105
3 hrs = $130
4 hrs = $155
5 hrs = $180
4) MEET YOU AT OUR AIRPORT: Buy your round trip ticket and fly back with your puppy (Tickets are under $350 on slow seasons), we will meet you at our airports: McAllen, Harlingen or Brownsville TX.
5) COME PICKUP YOUR PUPPY IN DONNA TX. Bring cash and we will give you $30 off if purchase price is $800 or more.
We do not ship to other countries.
There isn't such a thing as FedEx, UPS, DHL, Postal Service, grey hound or train delivery on puppies.
We don't fly the planes, We don't control the weather and we don't make the rules, All flights are subject to be changed or delayed.
Arrival times may be early afternoon or late evenings it depends on availability and/or our other flight bookings.
Shipping dates are subject to be changed or delayed at our discretion (for any situation that arises out of our control).
If the buyer can't come to the airport in person, use this Pickup & release Form to authorize someone else for pick up. This change must be made at least within 24 hours prior to the delivery date.
After payment is received, we'll email you the flight information, (pick up location, phone number, and confirmation, booking or waybill number within the next 24-72 hours. If we are using American Airlines, we will email you the waybill number after the puppy has been dropped off at the airport.
Shipping by plane is safe. We have been shiiping puppies since 2006 (Which is of our puppies) and none of them have died during transportation.
The puppy travels in a crate with plenty of space to stand, turn around, sleep and even play (Compared to the passengers area, pups have much more space than us).
We include a small towel or a small matt on the bottom so the puppy will travel comfortably.
The place where puppies travel is temperature and pressure controlled.
Your puppy usually sleeps most of the flight or plays when she/he is awake.
We include a small bag of food outside and the airlines staff will supply with water at the connecting station and at the time of arrival if needed.
We do not use sedatives.
- PICKING UP AT THE AIRPORT:
You can pick up the pup after 20-45 minutes of arrival time. Just Bring your ID & Confirmation or waybill Numbers to the airport and you keep the crate.
Depending on each airport, the pickup location could be either at the Cargo Office, Baggage Claims or Ticket Counter. Please call the airlines to find out where you should pick up your puppy.
Please inspect the documentations when receiving the puppy!. Make sure you get the puppy's health records (An orange envelope that travels with the dog).
You must bring to the airport: Nutri-cal (High Calorie & Vitamins supplement) or an alternative supplement for puppies, just honey works great too. This will help to raise their glucose levels and avoid hypoglycemia, also consider to bring paper towel, some water, puppy food, baby wipes, newspaper, towel or any absorbent material to change the bedding, a blanket if temperatures are cold, and a towel.
Do not expect a 100% clean puppy. Puppies will do their business inside the crate if they have their needs. Once you get home, bathe the puppy (you may use a regular, non medicated shampoo), dry well with a towel and may use a hair dryer (warm, if it's set on hot, don't get it too close). If the puppy seems a too stressed, just use some wipes or damp towel and bathe the next day.
To see how the crate looks like, click here. Color may be different and it may NOT match the puppy's sex/gender.