Yes, I want to receive information and pictures of new yorkie puppies as they become available.
For the welfare of our Yorkie puppies we will not ship before 12 weeks of age and sometimes older depending on his/her weight. We want you to receive an extremely happy and without any health issues Yorkshire Terrier puppy. We will only ship a puppy dog according to how he/she is developing. Our vet will have the final say as to when the puppy is ready to travel.
There are four methods to get your new Yorkie puppy (family member) home.Pick-up by Car
You are always welcome to drive to our home and pick-up your new Yorkshire Terrier.We actually prefer when you can personally pick-up your puppy whether you travel by car or airlines. But we also understand that this is not always possible.Pick-Up by Airlines
If you wish to fly to pick-up your Yorkie we can meet you at the ticket counter with your new puppy. We can also pick you up at the airport and bring you to our home to pick-up your puppy. Those of you with frequent flyer miles this might be the least expensive way to pick-up your puppy. The airlines will charge a small extra fee for this service.Ship by Airlines
Shipping is available to all U.S. destinations (except Hawaii) & Canada ( Canadian buyers are subject to an additional $35 cross the border fee). Shipping charges vary depending upon location. Shipping costs include air fare, the puppy's shipping crate (pet taxi), vet health certificate and a puppy care packet. The packet includes a bag of the puppy food that he/she is accustomed to and puppy care information. Delivery is typically counter to counter service. Puppies will travel in a pressurized compartment that’s temperature controlled. The cost of shipping by airlines is $300.00 - $350.00 depending on destination and airlines.Ship by Specialized Ground Service
You also have the option of having your puppy delivered by van right to your doorstep using a Pet Transport service that delivers to all destinations in the continental U.S. Cost for this service varies for distance and location. This is the most expensive of the four ways to get your puppy dog.