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how do you ship a dog in the mail? I need to get two of them from Delaware to Texas in January
 

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um...... thats going to be one stinking box of someones front door.......
 

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Some airlines take them as luggage (you don't have to fly with them) if they are in a kennel type crate.
 

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My Grandma had her Norwich Terrier shipped via a crate on an airline from some {expletive}-hole state like Connecticut or something, to Little Rock. She was there when the plane landed and got her dog. It was a very painless experience and the dog didn't seem to mind too much.
 

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I have seen some animal shows where they have like a chain of people who volunteer to deliver animals accross states like that. It's pretty neat- maybe you could ask your local animal shelter if they know of anything like that :dunno:
 

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On 2005-12-02 14:07, djgaston wrote:
My Grandma had her Norwich Terrier shipped via a crate on an airline from some {expletive}-hole state like Connecticut or something, to Little Rock. She was there when the plane landed and got her dog. It was a very painless experience and the dog didn't seem to mind too much.
:withstupid: My roommate had his Redbone Bloodhound shipped via a crate on an airline from some {expletive}-hole state like Missouri or something. He was there when the plane landed and got his dog. It was a very painless experience and the dog didn't seem to mind too much. :flipoff: :rotfl:
 

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use dog haulers, they are alot safer than using airlines. alot of dog haulers run the same rate if not cheaper than airline shipping and the are alot better for the dogs since theyre right there with the dogs and are alot more likely to catch a problem than an airline.

http://www.freewebs.com/caninetransport/index.htm
^ i reccomend them- theyre a really good company, ive done alot of research on dog haulers and they seem to be one of the best with the most reasonable prices. i am going to ship 2 dogs to me using them.
 

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i dont think i would trust an airline with my dogs - if im going to spend over $1000 on a pair of coondogs i want the best and safest transportation i can get. dog haulers are your best bet for a safe transport. :bigthumb:
 

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thanks I will email them.
 

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Just slap a stamp on it's a$$, duck tape the address around its snout, and shove into your local mail slot. Remember it has to be the outa town slot.

Sorry I had to write that.
 

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On 2005-12-02 14:50, Lance wrote:
thanks I will email them.

How are you going to email dogs?



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Oh, Chuck... shouldn't you be out beating somebody up for looking at your dinner, or something? :flipoff:
 

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On 2005-12-02 14:07, djgaston wrote:
My Grandma had her Norwich Terrier shipped via a crate on an airline from some {expletive}-hole state like Connecticut or something, to Little Rock. She was there when the plane landed and got her dog. It was a very painless experience and the dog didn't seem to mind too much.

ROFL some {expletive}hole state like conn!!!! we cant all be as cool as arizona LOLOLOL
 

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On 2005-12-03 10:49, hieneken49 wrote:


ROFL some {expletive}hole state like conn!!!! we cant all be as cool as arizona LOLOLOL

:rotfl: danny is from AZ=Arkansas not AZ=Arizona and danny whats wrong with ct. i lived there and look how i turned out :flipoff:


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I prefer mailing puppies in a food saver bag to preserve freshness.....


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On 2005-12-03 19:52, Glenshadow wrote:
I prefer mailing puppies in a food saver bag to preserve freshness.....


:bigthumb:

rumor has it that the new press 'n' seal wrap works just as well for half the price, two puppies for the price of one :bigthumb:











....i hope you keep us posted on how you mailed the puppy because this is all new to me and im curious as to how this works, haha
 
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