We understand traveling can be scary for first-timers, whether they walk on two legs or four! Our dedicated team and travel partners always put the health and wellbeing of your puppy first, making sure he or she arrives safely and as quickly as possible.
PuppySpot will work with you and your breeder to arrange a meetup at an airport near the breeder. If there are no airports convenient to the breeder, we'll assist in finding alternate meetup locations.
PuppySpot will work with you and your breeder to make arrangements for your puppy to travel to an airport near you in a pet-safe plane compartment.
PuppySpot will work with our trusted partners to bring your puppy to you. PuppySpot works with trusted licensed professionals in the commercial air, private air, and ground transportation business and will get your puppy to your home or as close to your home as we can as quickly as possible, while focusing on the health and welfare of your puppy.
A Puppy Chaperone brings your puppy to an airport near you. A Puppy Chaperone is a human companion who accompanies your puppy in the cabin of the plane. The Puppy Chaperone will personally greet you at the airport to deliver your healthy puppy directly to you.
A PuppySpot Chaperone travels with your puppy from the breeder straight to your front door.
PuppySpot will make sure your puppy arrives safe, healthy and as quickly as possible.
We'll confirm your puppy's travel plans a couple of days before his or her scheduled flight. This may feel like short notice, but we do this to make sure your puppy is healthy before arriving home to you by seeing a licensed veterinarian a few days prior.
Just like human air travel, puppies' planes can be delayed or arrive early. To avoid long waits, we recommend calling the airline ahead of time to make sure your pup's plane is on schedule.
It can be more challenging in the hot summer months for your puppy to travel home safely. If your puppy is traveling via our Bronze travel package and the outside temperature is over 80 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s likely that many airlines will issue a heat embargo, causing flight delays and cancellations – sometimes with short notice.
While our team will try our best to keep you posted on your little one’s arrival, we recommend calling the airline with your air waybill number handy to check for delays or cancellations before leaving for the airport. Thanks for your patience!