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The not so small "small print"
Yes, we can deliver via UPS although we do prefer 'in person' acquisitions of our reptiles. But we can and do ship. We're still a small company with roughly 25-50 beardies to sell at any particular time. Shipments go out on Monday or Tuesday, to ensure that they arrive on a weekday and not be 'due to arrive' on a weekend-day when the mail is not being delivered. I will ship Wednesday for $10 additional for "priority" super-fast delivery. There are no shipments on Thursday, Friday.
All shipments are shipped via UPS Express ("second day service") at a
flat rate of $20. Courier delivery is available at an additional charge to be determined by
individual shipments and client request (i.e., you require 'morning delivery' or 'delivery after 5-PM' etc.). Our reptiles are shipped in a crush-proof airation box created by the industry for this purpose. -They can get air through the screened sides of the box. These boxes are quite reliable and we've never had a problem with them. But if there ever were something wrong with the shipment due to packaging or shipment, contact me within 48 hours for instructions and I will replace the beardie with another of equal or superior value/equal age, plus shipping costs.
They will arrive alive.
I will guarantee live arrival. I have never lost a single reptile due to shipping and I am not about to start! But, if there ever is a problem, I will not make you jump through hoops to get satisfaction. If you choose to have the lizard replaced with something comparable that we have in stock, we will do this. Heck, if we do not have a comparable replacement in stock and you're willing to wait, you'll get something of equal or greater value, and we'll waive the shipping costs! Your wish is our desire.
-Jurassic Pets Reptile Ranch est. 1994
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