PLEASE CONTACT ME DIRECTLY AND PROVIDE: Name: Address: City/State: Home Phone #: Cell Phone #: Email: Vehicle Description/Make/Model & License Plate #: Emergency Contact w/ phone #: Leg # Suggested meeting place (if you have one) Reference (Vet or Transport Coordinator you've helped) ===================================================== ===================================================== PLEASE NOTE: When taking them out to go potty, please be sure you put the leash on BEFORE leaving the vehicle, for your safety and theirs. Please bring an extra collar and leash just in case. =====================================================
I had someone respond with an amazing offer this morning: "I can pull her on Fri night and get her to Nashville on Sat morning at 7am but I have to be to work in Franklin at 7:30 and I can't be late if you can arrange someone to pick up from me at the PetsMart in Franklin(CoolSprings) that will work for me"
Can anyone help with this...................PLEASE??? Obviously this would change the times of the legs. I will try and fix this if this works out. HELP!!!!!!!!
I don't know if I am stating the obvious, but I know a friend who does a lot of transports. She often posts on craigslist and has often been able to fill transports that way. Just a thought if you haven't tried it already. Also, if you are boarding her, you might want to check out the prices to fly her. I know when we were looking at trying to fly a dog from the south to Montana it was going to cost around $275.
I was also going to suggest that you try craigslist. Also there are at least two websites where truckers will take dogs that need transport with them on their runs. Two of the websites are http://www.trucknpaws.com and http://www.operationroger.rescuegroups.org. Maybe you could use the help on the Tenn. end to the get health certificate for Jill if you need one. Will the animal shelter help you get the certificate if you need one?