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I wonder if they would need to go through a transhipper? I think that a heatpack would be enough... and send by train?If it isnt expensive I could also offer the red one in the top pic a home too if adding an additional betta wouldnt cost overly.
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I LOVE that salamander boy. ;_; I highly doubt I would be allowed to get another fish right now, though... I'd have to get rid of either Robert or the frogs and I love them both too much. I hope he goes to a good home...

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I wonder if they would need to go through a transhipper? I think that a heatpack would be enough... and send by train?If it isnt expensive I could also offer the red one in the top pic a home too if adding an additional betta wouldnt cost overly.
No I doubt it, a heat pack would be fine, not by train wither. Canada Post or Greyhound Bus

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Yeah because transhippers do cost an arm and a leg.xD Can't wait to find out though.
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Sorry guys i havent got back to you. Btw the OD is a halfmoon not a veiltail. He lost a tiny chunk of his tail when he got fin rot couple months back. Anyway if you guys could pm your address or at least postal code so i can get accurate quotes! I have a day off tomorrow so ill be able to check!

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PMed you! Let me know as soon as you can. If It isnt too bad then I'd like to prep for payment and arrange a day to ship so that I can be home to receive. Crossing my fingers....>.<
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post #27 of 45 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 10:28 PM
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No transshipper is needed in Canada to Canada, just pack him up and ship :) I've used greyhound/acadian lines for one of my CanadaBettas, I wasn't too pleased with it. This time of year, I would avoid Canada Post as the Holiday season mail is going to bog down the system. I would think train would be best option, or whatever is quicker :)


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How much would you estimate cost at for one box with either one or two bettas?
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post #29 of 45 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 10:40 PM
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Only quote I've ever got was $90 for 6 fish from Quebec, which I find VERY pricey. I think CanadaBettas quoted me $33 for Carnage from Quebec to NS. I usually have mine shipped by bus within the province now :(


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:o if it is 33 that would be more manageable . 90 would be too much for me this time of year. >.< can't wait for the quote...I love orange dalmatians and have been wanting to see one in person or own one for ages.
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