Serving Breeders

We are honored to partner with you in getting your precious FURbabies to their FURever homes safe and sound. Our goal is to make this already emotionally challenging experience as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Week Before Delivery – Time to Crate Train!

Crate training is very beneficial when flying with a pet in the cabin. It lessens the chance of the pet becoming so nervous that he/she makes loud and/or aggressive noises that could risk the chance of not being able to board the plane.

Day Before the Delivery

Please make sure you bathe the pet and give him/her extra cuddles and loving before their trip to their new FURever home. New places and unfamiliar faces can be stressful on any baby and that includes baby animals.

Day of the Delivery

Your scheduled flight nanny will meet you at the pickup airport at the scheduled pickup time provided in your flight itinerary. You will be notified in a group message when your pet courier has landed and will meet curbside, outside of the departures. We prefer curbside pickup, so you don’t have to pay for parking. Your pet nanny will provide a soft-sided airline approved travel carrier to transport the pet. If you would like to provide your own travel carrier please let us know and be sure to adhere to the airline travel carrier measurements.

Travel Packlist

  • Bathe the puppy, kitten, dog or cat
  • No eating at least 2-3 hours prior to pickup
  • Potty before pickup
  • Provide a blanket with the mother’s scent on it and/or a familiar toy
  • Provide a small bag of dry food for the pet
  • Any paperwork

Tips for Crate Training

Crate Training for Dogs

Crate training capitalizes your dog’s natural instincts to seek out a comfortable, quiet and safe place when the environment around them becomes too loud or overwhelming. It’s also an important tool in preventing dogs from chewing on items in the home or during house training, which I’m sure your FURever families will appreciate.

Puppies 8 to 10 weeks of age should be crated for no more than 30 to 60 minutes per day; at 11 to 14 weeks old, they shouldn’t be crated longer than one to three hours daily; at 15 to 16 weeks of age, three to four hours per day is appropriate; dogs 17 weeks and older can typically handle four to five hours of crate time.


Crate Training for Cats

Crate training with cats isn’t as common as with dogs, but it is worth the effort. Kittens learn more easily and quickly than adult cats, but even set-in-their-ways felines can accept training to the crate. Be sure to train your kitten to associate the crate/carrier with fun, positive experiences.

Your flight nanny, the new owner and most importantly the pet will thank you later!

Breeder Loyalty Program

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