Serving Alaska & Canada



We now offer flights for puppies to be transported to Alaska however; I will not know the cost of the flight till I have called the company I use to book out of. This cost is more than flying into the 48 states. New owner is responsible for all cost for flying, I will provide a crate for the puppy but I will not pay for the cost of the puppy’s flight unless I am offering this as part of my sale.

Flights for puppies flying into Alaska at this moment:

United Airlines

• Anchorage/ Ted Stevens, AK (ANC)

Delta shows to be an additional cost

• Anchorage/ Ted Stevens, AK (ANC)

Cargo. Airport availability is subject to change based on weather and routing. Prior to you purchasing one of our babies, I will check on flights, be prepared for delays only due to the area we have to fly into.


For any questions about crossing into the Border from the USA with one of our puppies and you would like to know how much they will charge for import goods, please call this number 1-800-461-9999. I was provided this number by a website that handles crossing over from the USA into Canada. I personally do not have that information, it all depends on where you live for which tax they charge. Please do not ask me to write a lower price stating you only paid a certain amount for the puppy. That is fraud no matter how you look at it and I will not commit to fraud just to save you a few dollars. I know it’s only for the broader but it’s still fraud so please do not ask. If you asked for us to do this, I will deny you the sale of one of our babies and any funds you have already paid towards that puppy will be forfeited to Diann Kocher/Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/KPPK LLC.

Here are the requirements for transporting a puppy by a car into the country. When transporting the puppy you will receive a bill of sale from Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/Diann Kocher/KPPK LLC. You the buyer will be responsible for any cost entering your country. There is a tax when entering your country so before you purchase one of our babies please researche the percentage for taxes. This is your responsibility and not Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/Diann Kocher/KPPK LLC. What you will receive from me is a bill of sale, health certificate that is ONLY GOOD FOR 72 HOURS, if you picking up a puppy in the states please remember this is only good for 72 hours.If you purchase one as a breeder then you have only 36  hours for the health certificate to be valid. Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/Diann Kocher/KPPK LLC, will not be held responsible if there is any additional cost in your country for a breeder. Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/Diann Kocher/KPPK LLC, will not be held responsible if you get to your border and your puppy does not pass their inspection or your health inspection had expired. Our puppies have to pass our vet’s inspection but your country may do things differently. Please check with all your customs before even putting a deposit on your puppy. Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/Diann Kocher/KPPK LLC, will not be held responsible for any extra cost that may arise during this process into your country. Canada does not require that your pet be identified with a pet microchip, but it is recommended that you microchip your pet with a 15 digit ISO 11784 compliant microchip and register your contact information prior to traveling as a means of identification should your pet be lost or separated from you. Either I or my vet will be implanting the microchip in your puppy, but it is your responsibility to pay to have this chip to be activated. This information about the microchip was found on a Canadian website.

Entering Canada with puppies under three (3) months of age:

Dogs and cats under three (3) months of age are exempt from import requirements unless they are traveling unaccompanied and a change of ownership is involved.

Dogs (1-2) under 8 months traveling to Canada from any country: Due to the problems with puppy mills and the movement of puppies, Canada is very sensitive to dogs entering the country under eight (8) months of age and will assume that, if you, as the owner of your dog, are not traveling with your dog or its papers are not in your name, it will most likely be considered a commercial shipment by customs and be subject to a microchip, health certificate issued within 36 hours of entry, and an Import Permit. One exception to this requirement involves puppies traveling from the United States entering Canada for competitions. In addition to the requirements above, the person responsible for the pet must also show proof of entry into a competition. If this proof is unavailable, then the owner must obtain an Import Permit issued from the CFIA office in the province in Canada to which they are traveling.

Blood Titer Test:

A blood titer test is not required to enter Canada from any country.

Puppies and Kittens:

Pets can enter Canada at international airports in many CITES including but not limited to Vancouver, Calgary, Ontario, Quebec and Montreal. All domestic dogs and cats must be free of evidence of disease communicable to humans when examined at the port of entry. If your pet is not in apparent good health, further examination by a licensed veterinarian may be required at the owner’s expense.


Dogs over 8 months of age and cats over 3 months of age entering Canada from countries Canada considers as rabies free. Your dog or cat will need either proof of current rabies vaccination OR a health certificate in English or French and completed by a licensed veterinarian. The certificate must clearly identify your pet(s) and a governmental authority must state that rabies has not existed in the originating country for the six (6) month period immediately preceding the shipment of your pet; and, your pet has been in that country for the six (6) month period or since birth. A licensed veterinarian in your country can also do this as long as it is endorsed by a governmental authority responsible for the import and export of pets.

Health Certificate:

See rabies vaccination requirements above. If a health certificate is required, it must be in English or French and completed by a licensed veterinarian. It should identify the animal, the dates of vaccination, the manufacturer and the expiration date of the rabies vaccine. The Canada does accept 3 year rabies vaccinations. Import permits will be required for puppies entering Canada unaccompanied.

I found a company that does fly into Canada however, you the new owner will be responsible for the total cost for the flight. It is much higher however, if you are willing to drive to the United States I can fly there to which would be at my regular price.

Please contact me first so we may work out the flights and cost before we get into a contract. You may message me on Facebook. The information I received was from Canada Pet Passport. We are not responsible if Canada changes their requirements and here at Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels were not aware of their changes. It is your responsibility to be fully aware of what it takes to get a puppy into Canada. Flights can change all the time so please always contact me first. We hope we can make your dream come true in owning a CORGI!!

Whether you are from Alaska or Canada, it will be your responsibility to meet your puppy at the airport and for you as new owner’s to pay for any expense back to your home whether it is by your vehicle or another plane ride. Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/KPPK LLC/Diann Kocher is not responsible for this debt or cost.

Thank you,
Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels


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Kocher’s Precious Puppies Kennels/ breeder Diann Kocher has the right to modify, edit, delete or change terms, conditions, and/or prices at given time with or without notice.