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Will fedex ship a live animal in the United States?"

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Shipping Animals (Living or Dead) Live Animals Introduction Specific guidelines for the acceptance, care, handling and container requirements are published in the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Live Animal Regulations Manual, which is the mandatory standard for transporting live animals by commercial airlines. Other regulations are USDA Animal Welfare Act and the US Code of Federal Regulations Parts 9 and 50. Go to http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ for detailed instructions and information. Normally, if you need to ship a live animal from UA to another location, you would choose to use the quickest shipment method possible. This would normally mean shipping via air transport. In the event that you need to ship live animals, please note the following: From the FedEx Live Animal Policy: FedEx does not accept live-animal shipments as part of its regular scheduled service. Live animals will be accepted when the shipment is co more
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