A majority of our clients have plenty of inquiries on the shipping process of our puppies. Often the questions asked by a majority of people is whether the shipping process works or is it safe. Here is how our shipping process works.
The process of shipping a puppy is quite easy
Although shipping a puppy to a new location by itself sounds embarrassing and cruel, but in actual sense, the shipping process is quite easy for puppies than it may be for us. With the over 8 years’ worth of experience, I know for sure that the puppies are well cared for during the entire shipping process. The airlines cannot mistreat the puppies for fear of customer dissatisfaction and lawsuits. To make the feeding and shipping process of the puppies easy, I tape the feeding instructions and the puppy(S) food at the top of the crate and include frozen water in the cage. This ensures that the puppies have food and water throughout the entire journey.
How long does the shipping take?
The average flight takes approximately 4 to 6 hours. However, there may be delays and when delays happen, I always ask about them in order for me to know the exact times and departures of the flight. I always ensure that the puppies arrive the same day and to help make them feel secure, I include items like a big fluffy bed of shredded newspapers in the crate for the puppy(s) to nestle in, a sock and a toy with my scent, and a pig’s ear chew.
What do the puppies eat?
Our puppies eat Nutri Source small/medium breed Chicken and Rice Puppy. This a 4-star quality kibble that is sold in plenty of vet stores and vet clinics. We also suggest the use of quality vitamin-2. We also fed the puppies on dry puppy food supply. When it comes to their feeding routines, we often recommend feeding them in the morning and the evening as this will help you monitor when your puppy needs to go to the potty.
Start with 1 to 2 cups of food and constantly increase the amount, if the puppy cleans up the plate regularly.