A young Female German Shephard. This transport was a lot of fun for us as we used to be a family of German Shepherds. Kimmy Dora was well mannered, listened well and was very smart. She would make somebody a great pet for a responsible owner. We picked her up in Ontario Ca and dropped her off in Walton KY. From there she was shuttled to a tempory lay over home in Ohio and evetually made her way to her final destination in the the New England area.Read More
Traci P and her husband Antoine did a very smart thing to make Charlie's transition a little easier. That blanket you see underneath Charlie was a blanket she shipped from her home to the temporary home that Charlie was waiting at. The thinking is Charlie can get used to the smells of the other dogs that Charlie would be spending all his time with, before he ever met them. Pretty smart and a great tip for future adoptersRead More
Was in a kill shelter in southern Louisiana and his days were numbered. We pick Red up in Greenwood Louisiana and dropped him off at a temporary layover home Park City Utah. From there he finished his journey to the Pacific North West. He was highly intelligent and learned very quickly and playing ball was one of his favorite games. He was a joy to have on board the truck and will be a fantastic pet in his adopted home. One life saved, thanks to all the volunteers that made this transport possible.
Vegeta hands down was our favorite transport. We have transported some great animals that you didn't want to let out of your grasp but Vegeta was that one in a million. Vegeta was a reunion transport for displaced military member and we were more than happy to help make that reunion happen but after delivering Vegeta I have to admit it was hard to get in the truck and not seeing Vegita there.Read More
Cowan is a chocolate lab that was trying to find his way back to his originally owner. The two were separated when Cowan's owner entered Military service. We could only take him from Ohio, where we picked him up from a volunteer layover home, to Salt Lake City Utah. So many thanks to Sharen, the owner of the volunteer layover home in Ohio. She brought us Cowan quickly en route and had everything prepared to go. She was very kind and generously helps many animals. Cowan was super excited to meet us which is always great! Don't let the grey in his fur fool you. Nothing was slowing this dog down.Read More