Okay, here's the situation: I'm reviving this post because our other arrangement fell through as we were waiting for the dogs to get over kennel cough. Both have been vetted, medicated, and neither are symptomatic - several days after being pulled from their shelters. I'm more than happy to provide documentation for this, as we wouldn't be comfortable putting a sick dog on a plane to begin with. This request is NOT an emergency. Just hoping to get each to their appropriate foster home - specifically the hearing & vision impaired puppy - in a better way than on the road. If you happen to fly from ATL to SAV or the other way around often, we would certainly appreciate your help. Thanks!
Number of animals being transported: 2 - 1 riding each way.
Breeds, weight, age: RENI - 4 month old female double merle Australian Shepherd, 12lbs., BRYCE - 6 year old male blue merle Australian Shepherd, 45lbs.
Health Condition: RENI - Excellent, BRYCE - Good
Heart worm Status: Both negative
Vaccinations: Both UTD - Rabies, DAPPV, Bordatella
Health Certificate: Available if needed
Spay/Neutered: RENI - No (too young), BRYCE - Yes
Special needs: RENI - Hearing & vision impaired
Name of Sending Rescue/Parties:
SAV to ATL (RENI) - Carolina Hearts Rescue via ARPH - Aussie Rescue & Placement Helpline, Inc.
ATL to SAV (BRYCE) - Gilmer County Animal Control via ARPH - Aussie Rescue & Placement Helpline, Inc.
Name of Receiving Rescue/Parties: ARPH - Aussie Rescue & Placement Helpline, Inc.
Contact information (publicly viewable on forum): Jen Sonshine - Georgia ARPH Rep. email@example.com
- (248) 687-9102 call/text
Are you a 501c3: Yes. # available if needed.
This is Reni - a special needs puppy in SAV who needs to get to her foster home in ATL.
This is Bryce - a very sweet, easy-going guy in ATL who needs to get to his foster home in SAV.
We need to give these dogs the ole' switch-a-roo!
The rescuer bringing Reni to SAV will be the same person receiving Bryce on the way back, etc., etc. Start at SAV or ATL - doesn't matter!
ANY TIME WOULD BE GREAT! Crate or harness needed, please.