We are located in Springfield, MO (SGF is the closest airport) but we usually fly the puppies from St. Louis (STL) airport.
Local pickup of your puppy is at no cost to you! If flying in to pick up your puppy we are happy to meet you at the Springfield airport. Delivery is available for a fee to STL airport.
Delivery via Airline:
Although we are located in Missouri, we are experienced at getting your puppy to you quickly and safely. Arranging flights is really a simple process and is a very safe way for the puppy to travel. The airlines do a great job taking care of the babies and have a lot of security measures in place to ensure their safety. They travel in a climate and pressured-controlled part of the plane.
American and Alaskan Airlines are the only airlines offering pet flights due to COVID-19. Hopefully Delta and United will resume services. Not all airports are currently available.
I am only able to set up flights on a Tuesday or a Friday at this time.
I can arrange transportation for your puppy to most major airports servicing American or Alaskan Airlines for $495 (Add $25 for the State of Florida or Michigan). The flight package includes a pre-flight vet check, health certificate, travel kennel (that you get to keep), transportation to the departure airport, and airfare. If the puppy is over 12 weeks old delivery will cost $595.
Please note that not all flights are equipped for live animal transportation. We may not be able to secure a flight when temperatures exceed 85F or fall below 20F.
I work with several USDA-licensed ground transportation companies. Cost ranges from $350-800 depending on the distance from us. Contact me for delivery options currently available. Door-to-door delivery is available. Delivery to STL airport is available on Monday and Thursday evenings for $198 (including travel crate).
What you need to know:
Puppies cannot leave here until they are eight (8) weeks of age.
Should you decide to cancel after delivery has been arranged, part or all of the delivery costs will also be forfeited.