IMPORTANT NOTICE! *If you live in a state that exceeds 85 degrees or below 20 degrees please contact first to make sure we can schedule a flight for you! If Alaska does not have flight times that allows the bunny to get there within the temperature restrictions, we can usually find a different airline but the price will increase between $40-$100 extra for the flight depending on the airline. We offer shipping throughout the United States using Alaska Airlines. If you do not see your preferred airport listed below, than we may be able to ship through a different airline so just reach out to us! Also if you scroll to the bottom of this page you will see a list of airports that we can ship to via Delta and American Airlines. As we get more requests, we will fill in more approved airports! If you don't see your preferred airport please feel free to ask! Shipping in the U.S is $299 for airports listed below using Alaska. Delta is $380 and American Airlines is $380. If you are adopting two bunnies from us in the U.S, the second bunny is free to ship! We do not ship other rabbits that are not from our rabbitry. Shipping includes the airline ticket, health certificate, airline approved crate, water bowl/ food dish, and absorbent pad. You get to keep the crate and all the supplies as well!
How It Works
We book the ticket and order the crate and supplies. Bunnies are shipped out of Seattle Tacoma International Airport to your preferred airport. Check the lists below to see if your airport is one that Alaska, Delta, or American Airlines fly's to. After the flight is booked I will send you all the details including the airway bill number that you can track your flight. I will also send you the exact address where pickup will be.
Is It Safe For Rabbits To Fly?
The crates accommodate the rabbits to make them feel secure. Some airports have temperature restrictions so in the summer and winter months please contact me before hand if you live in a hot or cold state during those seasons. We've shipped to several different states including California, Florida, Rhode Island, Arizona, New York, Texas, and many more.
What To Expect Upon Picking Up Your New Rabbit
When you arrive to pick up your bunny, open the crate door and stick your hand in slowly and comfort them by petting them softly. They may be a bit shy at first because they are in a whole new environment. Make sure to make them feel secure when picking them up. It's important during this time to create a bonding and trusting relationship. Depending on how long the flight is, your new companion may have yellow feet from the urine on the absorbent pad. Never bathe your bunnies! If necessary, get a warm wet wash rag and rub their feet clean. Rabbits are self grooming animals much like cats and do not need to take baths.
Our animals are healthy to the best of our knowledge when they leave our home. Once they leave our care and are passed onto the airlines, we are no longer responsible for any damage or fatal occurrences.
Listed below are all the airports that Alaska services in the U.S. Be sure your airport is listed below before reserving! Check further down to see if Delta or American Airlines has your airport listed and if not feel free to reach out to us to see if we can ship to your preferred airport. The Delta and American Airlines list will get larger as we find out more airports they service that Alaska does not.