• ARK Pet Oasis: 212-973-8275
    Equine Import Export Center: 212-328-9132
    Airline or Pet Travel Emergency: 212-973-8275

Like a luxury, airside hotel
for creatures great and small

Where precious cargo
meets first class accommodations

Taking animal transport
to new heights for our feathered
and four-legged fliers...


    Introducing The ARK at JFK. The world’s first privately owned 24/7 animal airport terminal, quarantine (pending USDA approval) and full-service transportation center for the import and export of animals of all sizes and types.
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    The ARK provides unmatched quality care for all creatures, including in-transit companion animals at ARK Pet Oasis, horses, birds and livestock. See how we can take care of all your pet travel needs.
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    We have a user-friendly, reservation process perfect for booking your animal transportation needs. See how easy transporting your precious cargo can be.
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The ARK at JFK is committed to the safe and humane treatment of all animals traveling by air and setting the gold standard in animal handling and transportation.


If you are an airline that has a companion animal emergency,
call ARK Pet Oasis: (212) 973-8275

What is The ARK at JFK?

The ARK at JFK provides pre- and post-travel animal care and veterinary services for pets, horses, birds, livestock and exotic animals in a competent and compassionate manner. The ARK provides an efficient, safe and low stress environment for both our human and animal clients.

Located off of the runway at JFK International Airport in Cargo Area D, we provide 24/7 access to and from a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled facility, enabling the safe handling and efficient delivery of horses, pets, birds and livestock by air. Animals are moved from jets directly into ARK branded transport vehicles and taken to The ARK where they receive immediate care or begin required quarantine. Regardless of the duration of stay, all animals are looked after by accredited veterinary staff and highly-trained and caring handlers, with processes developed under guidance from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

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