Shipping & Health Guarantee at Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Trusted Pet Shipping Services for Your Puppy
Time and again, we’ve been able to verify that our pet shipping services are reliable, secure, and trustworthy. We are able to offer a pet shipping service by partnering with all major airlines, so that our Puppies can go to the loving homes they deserve no matter where they are situated.
Transport by air carriers Distant Families can order shipping. Shipping charges are different for each region. Puppies are shipped via airplane and come with their own crate, a vet health certificate, and a starter supply of puppy food and supplies. A bag of the puppy’s regular food and care instructions are included in the starter kit. The majority of the time, delivery is performed from counter to counter. Puppies will be transported in a pressurized, climate-controlled container.
Transport by means of a Preferred Ground Carrier A van from a Pet Courier service that travels throughout in the United States can bring your new dog right to your doorstep. The price of this service changes with factors like location and distance traveled.
It may sound harsh and embarrassing to ship a puppy on its own to a new place, but this is not the case, especially with big airlines. Years of experience shipping have taught us that the puppies are in good hands at all times. So, if you think about it, the airlines are not going to abuse the puppy(s) for fear of lawsuits and customer displeasure.
During the trip, the puppies are served food and given feeding instructions, which are taped to the top of the crate. Frozen water is also placed in the crate to slowly thaw for the puppies. It usually takes between four and seven hours to fly.
We have been in business for many years and can assure you that your chosen puppy will arrive in one piece. The acceptable temperature range for shipping puppies, under AA regulations, is 20 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. All puppies travel in the plane’s belly, where the temperature is controlled at a comfortable 70 degrees, exactly like the people, and they are the last to board and the first to leave. We need not worry; shipping at this time of year is absolutely risk-free and incident-free. It’s just as easy, if not easier, to ship a puppy than it is to fly to see family for the holidays. Even though the plane is constantly kept at 70 degrees, the airlines can be particular about the minimum temperature at each location (which is fantastic for the puppy(s)). We think it’s mainly for their own safety and insurance purposes. They also won’t send anything out during the summer if the weather is too hot. If this happens, we will ship on the following available day, or at an unfavorable time of day, to avoid the extreme heat or cold.
After the deal is complete, you are more than welcome to come pick up your puppy, and the majority of airlines will not even charge you a fee if you want to carry your puppy along with you on your flight. However, there are some airlines that are more expensive than others.
Vaccinations should not be administered to your new puppy within the first 14 days. Before we send off your new puppy, he or she will have had all of the necessary vaccinations and won’t need any more for a while. Many Vets will try to sell a vaccine in order to make more money. The puppy needs time to adjust, and you don’t want to stress him or her out by getting vaccines on the first visit to the clinic. However, we require that you take your new puppy to the vet within 48 hours of delivery for a full physical examination and will be responsible for either replacing your puppy or refunding your payment in the event of any health issues.However, after picking up your puppy, you have 48 hours to take it to the vet for a thorough examination; if any health issues are found, we will replace your dog or issue a full refund. or issue a full refund if there are currently no other puppies available.
There’s a good chance that the top veterinarians are in smaller communities. Word of a veterinarian’s poor practices swiftly travels through small communities. Veterinarians in smaller towns are typically (but not always) more affordable. Find a vet in your neighborhood by doing an online search and checking out their testimonials from previous patients.
The shipping costs for our Staffordshire Bull Terrier are the exclusive responsibility of the buyer. Shipping costs $150.00 plus an additional $50 to pay the puppy flight, animal box, veterinarian’s health check, and the air carrier’s needed veterinarian’s Certified Health Certificate.
We’ll talk to the customer and look into their shipping choices before making any final decisions. Payment in full, including shipping cost, is required before we can send your new Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy.
Money orders are acceptable forms of payment. We require 48 hours for all payments to pass our bank before we can ship. We CANNOT accept personal checks as a form of final payment.
When we transport our Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppies, we always try to find the most convenient and stress-free route possible for them, whether that means a shorter total trip or fewer stops along the way.
Puppies can be stressed by the unfamiliar sounds, movements, and atmosphere, even though they are in a pressurized and climate-controlled compartment with food and water in their crate.
Bring a towel, some wet wipes, some patience, and a kind disposition when meeting and greeting your new Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy. There has never been a serious problem with the transportation of our puppies.
After just a few minutes of acclimation, they are reportedly licking and kissing each other, content to be held by a human.
Every single puppy that is purchased from Staffordshire Bull Terrier Puppies comes with a health guarantee that is provided by the breeder and is good for at least one month. Please consult the statutes of your state if you have any inquiries concerning the advantages of membership.
You are required to take your new infant to the veterinarian for an examination within the first ten days after you bring it home.
You have the choice between the following available options:
The buyer doesn’t have any of those options if the seller, who gave a health certificate from a vet, tells the buyer in writing at the time of the sale about the health problem for which the buyer later wants to return the dog.
You have the same options if, within 30 days of buying your dog, a certified veterinarian tells you that it has a birth defect or genetic disease that is harmful to its health, or if your dog dies from a birth defect or genetic disease.
The seller needs to be told the name, address, and phone number of the veterinarian who did the exam within two days of the exam veterinarian confirming that your dog is sick.
You will lose your rights if you don’t get in touch with the seller within two business days. It is important that you find out what the rules are for selling dogs in the state where you want to buy one.
In the US, each state has its own rules about how to keep puppies healthy. Breeders who want to post ads on our site must offer a health guarantee for their puppies for at least 30 days, even if it’s not needed by law in their state.
If a state law sets a longer promise period than 30 days, that longer period of time is used.
Some breeders promise that their kids will never be sick or hurt. It is against the law for a grower to give a health guarantee that is less than what the law requires. We’ll talk more about extended genetic health guarantees below.
The backup puppy will come from a subsequent litter, and it will have the same gender and price as the primary dog had when it was first purchased. There will be no monetary refunds, either in part or in whole, provided under any circumstances.
The buyer is responsible for paying the remaining money and picking up the puppy within ten days of the scheduled pick up update, unless other arrangements have been agreed upon and arranged. If the buyer does not pick up the puppy within the allotted time frame, the puppy will be resold, and the buyer will lose the deposit that was placed on the puppy.