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Newletters

Jun 14, 2024

Canada Shipping Available! June 2024 Newsletter

Ready to head to Canada?   Our first border crossing into Canada is scheduled for the week of July 8th with our amazing partner at Tails and Scales. Only a limited number of spaces are available for  handling of current CITES approved animals. Please note that this policy may change...

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May 15, 2024

UPS, Home Delivery Insurance and More! May 2024

Be sure you know all the features of your account! With many new additions to our services, we want to ensure you understand the features and options available with your All Pro Shipping account. Your UPS option - YES, we are offering UPS. As of October 2023, UPS has allowed...

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Apr 22, 2021

FedEx shipping during COVID

Hi Everyone, We use FedEx for our shipping because they are the most reliable and safest way to deliver live animals to your family, friends and customers.  Right now FedEx is handling extraordinary volume. A year ago, at the beginning of the COVID pandemic, a busy day for ground shipping...

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Apr 1, 2021

We want your photos + the danger of leaky boxes

Hi Everyone, We want to publish images of your beautiful animals on our social media accounts and in this newsletter. Reptiles, amphibians, fish, corals, invertebrates, axolotls ... glamor shots, packing photos, images of boxes ready to be shipped, customers unpacking ... let's see them all!  If you want to share,...

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Mar 11, 2021

Which FedEx hub is your live shipment passing through?

Hi Everyone! When you're preparing to ship a live animal, it's helpful to know about:  1. Weather delays at FedEx hubs. This tells you whether you should delay shipping until the weather improves.  2. High and low temperatures along the route. While you should base your heat and cold pack use on...

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