The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) is seeking assistant from those traveling to the US to take a Border Collie puppy to the states. How much will this cost? All expenses are taken care of. Mary Peng, CEO and Co-founder of the pet clinic explains the situation best:
I am reaching out to the community to ask for the help of an animal lover willing to help transport a Border Collie puppy to the Northeast USA.
The Glen Highland Farm, a respected Border Collie rescue organization in the USA, is sponsoring this puppy and will cover all of the pup’s transportation costs. We are working with Glen Highland Farm and hoping to find a ticketed passenger on an Air China or Delta flight that is willing to bring the puppy on the flight as excess check-in baggage.
The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) will donate our services to provide health examinations, legally required rabies vaccinations and canine distemper vaccinations, the official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (vaccination red book required for export), deworming, flea and tick treatments and microchipping to ensure the pup clears all exit requirements at the Beijing Quarantine Bureau. ICVS will also donate an air crate to transport the puppy on the flight.
ICVS is an expert in pet import/export and will provide the transport volunteer with our help and support at every step of the export process to help this pup reach the USA.
Please contact me directly if you may be able to help transport this puppy to the USA!
Email: ICVS_CHINA@yahoo.com: Tel: 8456-1939/1940.
Photo by ICVS