International Shipping
Arkansas Chihuahua Puppies For Sale Chihuahua breeders
We do ship to international destinations, but you must be aware
that these countries (and even Hawaii) have different guidelines
for importing live animals.  These guidelines are VERY stringent
for some countries, and may be very costly and time consuming.  
If you live outside the US, please read this page thoroughly
BEFORE sending a deposit on a puppy.  Any deposits sent
before we can verify shipping for you will NOT be refunded.  All
prices listed are USD.
Shipping to Canada

Canada is one of the easier countries to ship a puppy into.  The
requirements are as follows:
-A health certificate, including a list of vaccinations your puppy
has had, dated within 72 hours of shipping
-A rabies shot if the puppy is 12 weeks old.
-A $40 transborder fee paid to Customs in Canada at the time
you pick your puppy up.  You must  also pay the GST and PST
when you pick the puppy up at the airport.  This fee must be
paid IN CASH!
Shipping to Denmark

-Rabies shot (pup must be 12 weeks of age)
-EU journal filled out by a vet
-USDA stamped health certificate dated within 10 days of
shipping
-Microchipping which will result in a fee to have the chip
implanted by the vet (approx. $40)
-Shipping fees are international and vary from one airline to the
next.  These fees are based on the size of the crate, or the
weight of the puppy and crate combined, depending on which
airline is used.
-Other fees will apply for extra work by our vets, but those fees
will vary on a case by case basis.
-Danish customs must be informed that the puppy is coming
within 24 hours of it's arrival.  
-An overnight kenneling fee may be required for this trip,
because it is a very long trip.  There is a fee for this.  We try to
set it up in the city where it will cost the least, but we will
arrange this in whatever city is best for the puppies.  Kenneling
is usually $60 and up.

For more info about shipping into Denmark, click
HERE.
Shipping to England

England has the most stringent guidelines we have seen.  The
requirements are as follows:

-Rabies shot (pup must be 12 weeks of age)
-EU journal filled out by a vet
-After the rabies shot is given, pup must have a blood serum test.
-Pup cannot ship until 6 months AFTER the blood serum test
reads a certain level, which will result in a $50/month fee to
continue the process during that 6 months before shipping.
-Microchipping which will result in a fee to have the chip
implanted by the vet (approx. $40)
-Shipping fees are international and vary from one airline to the
next.  Fees are based on the size of the kennel, or the weight of
the puppy and kennel combined, depending on the airline.
-Other fees will apply for extra work by our vets, but those fees
will vary on a case by case basis.
-There may be some guidelines that we are not aware of yet.
-There is likely an overnight kenneling fee

For more info on shipping to England, click
HERE.  
We will be happy to investigate shipping to other countries on a
case by case basis.  

Regular shipping is available to the continental US and Alaska.  
There are no special guidelines for them, other than availability
of destinations for shipping live animals (see the shipping page
for details on that.)  Hawaii has guidelines similar to England's.

Bear in mind that in many countries, there is only one, or a
handful of airports that we can fly live animals into.  In some
countries, there are NO airports to fly live animals to.  So, you'll
need to let us check into that for you BEFORE you put a deposit
on a puppy, if travelling to get your puppy at the airport is an
issue for you.
Shipping to France

-Rabies shot (pup must be 12 weeks of age)
-30 day waiting period after the rabies shot is given (means that
the puppy will be at least 16 weeks of age when you get him/her)
-EU journal filled out by a vet and stamped by the USDA
-health certificate dated within 10 days of shipping
-Microchipping which will result in a fee to have the chip
implanted by the vet (approx. $40)
-Shipping fees are international and vary from one airline to the
next.  These fees are based on the size of the crate, or the
weight of the puppy and crate combined, depending on which
airline is used.
-Other fees will apply for extra work by our vets, but those fees
will vary on a case by case basis.
-An overnight or day kenneling fee may be required for this trip,
because it is a very long trip.  There is a fee for this.  We try to
set it up in the city where it is least expensive, but we will
arrange it in whatever city is best for the puppies.
-So far, we are only able to ship to Paris.  No other destination
cities are available to us for live animal shipments at this time.
Shipping to Germany

-Rabies shot (pup must be 12 weeks of age)
-30 day waiting period after the rabies shot is given (means that
the puppy will be at least 15 weeks of age when you get him/her)
-EU journal filled out by a vet and stamped by the USDA
-health certificate dated within 10 days of shipping
-Microchipping which will result in a fee to have the chip
implanted by the vet (approx. $40)
-There is a fee that must be paid by you when you pick your
puppy up.  The fee varies according to the destination city but it
ranges from 15-74 euros, which must be paid in cash.
-Shipping fees are international and vary from one airline to the
next.  These fees are based on the size of the crate, or the
weight of the puppy and crate combined, depending on which
airline is used.
-Other fees will apply for extra work by our vets, but those fees
will vary on a case by case basis.
-An overnight or day kenneling fee may be required for this trip,
because it is a very long trip.  There is a fee for this.  We try to
set it up in the city where it is least expensive, but we will
arrange it in whatever city is best for the puppies.
-There are at least three destination cities in Germany.  They
are Frankfurt, Berlin, and Hamburg.  Unless flight schedules
dictate otherwise, you may choose the city you prefer.