Puppy Pickup and Shipping

December 7th, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

Preferred Option: Puppy Pickup at Kennels
We prefer to meet you face to face and have you pickup your new puppy at our kennels. This is the best overall experience for you and the least stressful on your new puppy. We have had folks drive more than a thousand miles to pick up their Annabella Brittany. Pickup at the kennel gives you a chance to meet us and see our kennels and the conditions your puppy was raised in. Often, you will get to meet the parents of the puppy and see their disposition, personality and size. This can give you a good idea of what to expect when your new puppy is full grown. Puppies can go home anytime after their first round of vaccinations at 6-8 weeks old.

Second Option: Shipping Via Airlines
If you live over a thousand miles away or just don’t have the time to drive out to Utah to get your puppy, flights are a good way to go. We have shipped puppies all over the USA. From Alaska, to Maine and Florida to NYC. We use Delta or United airlines and ship our puppies out of SLC. Puppies that go home via airlines must be 8 weeks old and have a health certificate from a veterinarian. Shipping via airlines costs around $500 for flight, crate, health certificate and travel expenses (a 3 hour drive for us to get to the airport). We have not had any negative experiences with flying puppies. However, it is the most stressful for them and they usually take a day or two to recover from the flight. The benefits are that often we can find direct flights and your new puppy can arrive within hours.

Registration and Vaccinations
All of our puppies are AKC registered.

Our puppies have at least two wellness checkups at the vet before they go home. Once when they are a few days old and then again when they get their first round of vaccinations at 6 weeks old. The puppies are also dewormed at this time. We like to give our puppies four rounds of puppy shots at 6, 9, 12 and 16 weeks. At 16 weeks old your new puppy can also be vaccinated for rabies.

We take pride in our puppies and their good health. We take the utmost care in raising our puppies and giving them the best start to life possible. We only breed dogs that have been certified by the OFA as being free of hip dysplasia. We guarantee our puppies to be free of genetic disease and in good health when they go home.

Feel free to call or email us anytime if you have questions concerning your puppies health or registration.

  1. Roni
    October 9th, 2013 at 09:39 | #1

    My husband and I are looking for a Brittany. We currently have no pets as we had to euthanize our Doberman a couple months ago at 12+ due to age and cancer and mobility issues etc. The dog will be strictly a house pet, not for hunting. We do have 2 grandchildren who visit often ages 3 and 6 and they have been raised all along to respect dogs. We take our dogs with us everywhere so it will have to get along well with other dogs, kids etc. We live in Minnesota, but would drive to pick up a good dog, do you have any available at this time? if so can you send pictures or point me to where I can see them at and as much info on them as possible

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