We are now be able to move our rescues into wonderful adoptive homes ALL OVER THE COUNTRYand even CANADA!!!
We have purchased a trailer (with a little help from our friends) and outfitting it to hold upwards of 70 dogs safely and comfortably, with A/C, plenty of room for dogs and people… etc…
Our transport fees are reasonable, and affordable for rescues. We strive to make transport as safe and happy for all our passengers as possible.
All of this comes from our experience as both the rescuer/user of transport and as actual transporters of dogs/pups to other states as the “drivers.” We understand BOTH sides… As we grow, we are thankful to God and our team for doing what it takes to make this successful FOR THE DOGS! Don’t you want to come along for the ride?
Our Scheduled Trips
We transport monthly to the NE and the NW, and work with other transport companies to assure you get your new family member is a timely manner!
Please CONTACT US for information on price, times/dates, etc… Contact Us Via Email
If you are arranging transport for your Adoptee:
It is imperative that you are available for transport pick up during the entire weekend of your new pet’s transport, in case an emergency arises on transport and it is delayed for any reason. Our transport team works tirelessly to make sure all issues are avoided, but if not, we will communicate them to you as quickly as possible, this includes any traffic delays or mechanical issues.
We ask that you, or your designated person, be at the pre-determined pick up location on the day of your dog’s arrival, at least 30 minutes early. If you are running late or are sending someone in your place, please let us know ahead of time. Once you arrive at the pick-up location, look for other excited pet parents!!
We are unable to send much “luggage” with our dogs, so bring a collar and leash with you (PLEASE purchase a SLIP LEASH– MUCH safer for your new dog) for your new buddy. You will receive vet paperwork and tags for the collar in their medical paperwork, on arrival. PLACE THE TAGS ON THE COLLAR AND THE COLLAR ON YOUR DOG IMMEDIATELY!
We recommend that you first take your new pup/dog for a long walk (using the SLIP-LEASH) before getting into the car for the trip home. They will be tired and nervous and will need to expend some energy and smell their new home state!!
We ask that you remember – No animal is perfect. The transport in itself can be very stressful for some dogs/pups, so please understand that your new pet may need time to adjust, both physically and emotionally. Diarrhea, low appetite or fearfulness are just a few of the signs of stress your new pet may show. Be patient, they will adjust and love you until the day they die! It doesn’t get much better than that!