My name is Stephanie and I am with the Rescue Organization Save A Lab. We have a unique situation that I am hoping you may be able to help us with. We recently committed to and pulled three dog from The White County Animal Shelter in Sparta, TN. One male and two pregnant females. The male has been neutered and we found a short term local foster home for him until he is ready to transport up to one of our fosters in the Northeast. One of our females is no longer pregnant. She is now nursing 7 four day old puppies. The other female we are trying to get on a ground transport (private) this weekend so that she can have her babies in the home of one of our administrators.
So here is where I need your help and advise. The Momma that gave birth had her 7 babies at the shelter. We have gotten her out of the shelter and in a foster home. We would like to transport them ASAP as the foster home isn't the greatest. I hate to say that but it is true.
I am afraid to get a new nursing Mom vaccinated as she is as you can imagine on the skinny side (stray) and looks as though she was used as a breeding machine. I would like to know if she can be transported without be subjected to having to be fully vetted and the whole 9 yards. This is only short term for as soon as she is ready and her puppies are weaned she will be fixed, vetted, microchipped, and in foster care until we find her the perfect forever home.
Please any advise or help will be greatly appreciated.
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