We do not, and will never, ship a puppy alone. Our approved pawrents and families have previously visited us in person to meet the puppy and have traveled with them both domestically and internationally.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, we have stopped delivering puppies. This decision was made primarily due to an increase in our responsibilities, which has made it difficult to find the extra time needed for deliveries. However, we understand that there may be exceptional circumstances where delivery is necessary. In such cases, please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Personal Pick-up Only
PLEASE BE ON-TIME. We kindly request that you arrive on time for your pickup, as punctuality is essential for us to maintain our schedule and attend to other important responsibilities. The pickup location will be provided to you via email, and we suggest using Waze to calculate your estimated time of arrival. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in this matter.
Traveling with a Pet Guidelines
if you plan to travel with your puppy outside Philippines. You may contact the Philippine Bureau of Animal Industry, Animal Health Division (AHD) regarding current regulations. The BAI address and contact details :
Bureau of Animal Industry
Animal Health Division (AHD)
Visayas Ave. Vasra, Diliman, Quezon City
1128 Metro Manila, Philippines
Telephone # +63 2 9266883
Website : http://www.bai.gov.ph/
Transport of Dogs
Transport of dogs must be accompanied by the necessary shipping documents such as Veterinary Health Certificate and Shipping Permit issued by the Bureau of Animal Industry. The Veterinary Health Certificate must indicate that the animals were vaccinated twice against rabies, canine distemper, infectious hepatitis, leptsopirosis, canine parvovirus. the dog must have completed all the vaccines at least 10 days before shipping & signed by a licensed vet certifying that the animal has been examined and is free from communicable diseases.
At the airport, quarantine personnel will conduct an inspection of the animal and a landing permit will be issued for a fee. If an animal arrives without health or vaccination certificates or is showing signs of dangerous communicable animal disease, it will be quarantined and/or disposed of without compensation at the discretion of the Director of Animal Industry.
Please be aware that rules and regulations could change on short notice. Please contact your airline or BAI.