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  • FILLED TY - drivers needed for dog transport KY to NY

    Please see below, this transport is for 15 dogs and each leg needs for 4 drivers/cars. Please pm if you have questions and email Molly if you can help at mugsy1961@verizon.net with the following info
    Full Name:

    Email:

    Home Phone:

    Cell Phone:

    Vehicle:

    What leg you can do.



    From Molly Quinn transport coordinator
    Hi all,

    Last ditch effort here…I need 9 drivers. If I don’t get them, dogs die…hate to be that blunt, but, that’s where we stand. I am not above groveling! J With the exception of one driver for the last leg, NY is covered…it’s KY and OH that I’m short…way short…Please look and see if you can help. If you are not able to, please, please, please send a last minute forward or cross post!

    Thanks so much! I don’t give up until 10, but, I have dinner plans tonight at 7:30, so that give me 3 hours! ACK!



    Molly



    PERMISSION TO CROSS POST AND FORWARD!

    URGENT TRANSPORT!!!!!!

    Transport for and 10 dogs and 5 pups

    Shelbyville, KY to Akron, NY, Rochester, NY, and Middletown, NY

    Saturday and Sunday September 12-13, 2009



    I’m trying to move 10 dogs and 5 pups this weekend from Shelbyville, KY to Rochester, NY, Akron, NY, and Middletown, NY. Health Certs for all!!



    IT IS IMPERATIVE THESE DOGS MOVE…JAMES HAS NO OPTIONS AGAIN THIS WEEK!



    Please let us know ASAP if you are able to help. If you can get away with fewer drivers, please let me know!!! Please provide us with the following information:



    Full Name:

    Email:

    Home Phone:

    Cell Phone:

    Vehicle:



    Thank you so much!



    Molly Quinn



    ***This transport will be monitored by Molly Quinn!***

    ***15 minutes have been added to each leg for transferring!***



    Contacts:



    Sending Shelter:Shelby County Animal Shelter

    Shelbyville, KY

    Contact Person: James Collins

    Email: animal.adopt@shelbycountykentucky.com

    Shelter Phone: 502-633-0009

    Website: http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/KY139.html













    Receiving Rescue: For: Prissy, Nibbles, Augustus, and Abbey

    Name: Black Dog Second Chance Rescue

    Location: Akron, NY

    Contact Person: Ginny

    Email: info@blackdogsecondchance.org

    Phone: 716-622-7217
    Website: www.blackdogsecondchance.org



    AND



    For: 5 Lab mix pups (Brad, Bryan, Bart, Betty Boop, Beth)

    Another Chance Pet Rescue

    Location: Rochester, NY

    Contact Person: Donna Karas

    Email: lkaras@rochester.rr.com

    Phone: Home 585-293-2109 or Cell 585-259-8648

    Website: http://www.anotherchancepetrescue.org



    AND



    For: Tyson, Mercia, Kisska, Wolfman, Black Jack, and Remus

    Name: Pets Alive Inc

    Location: Middletown, NY

    Contact Person: Kerry Clair

    Email: info@petsalive.com

    Phone: 845-386-9738 (kennel)

    Website:www.petsalive.com



    Coordinator: Name: Molly Quinn

    Email:mugsy1961@verizon.net

    Home Phone: 260-447-9898

    Cell Phone: 260-241-7464

    Passengers:



    To: Ginny at Black Dog Second Chance:



    Passenger 1: Name: Prissy

    Breed: Lab mix

    Color: Black

    Age: 1-2 years

    Weight: 35-40 pounds

    Gender: Female

    Altered: Yes

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: Excellent little girl!



    Passenger 2: Name: Nibbles

    Breed: Lab mix

    Color: Black

    Age: 4 months

    Weight: 15-20 pounds

    Gender: Female

    Altered: Yes

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: good girl, pretty mellow for a pup



    Passenger 3: Name: Augustus

    Breed: Shih Tzu, Maltese, Yorkie matted mess mix

    Color: ???

    Age: 1-2 years

    Weight: 10 pounds

    Gender: Male

    Altered: NO, will be done in rescue

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: New to shelter! Not so hot on lead



    Passenger 4: Name: Abbey

    Breed: Lab/sheperd mix

    Color: black

    Age: 8+ years

    Weight: 51 pounds

    Gender: Female

    Altered: YES

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: Good girl, very obedient, good on lead.



    To: Donna at Another Chance Pet Rescue:



    Passengers 5-9: Names: Brad, Bryan, Bart, Betty Boop, and Beth

    Breed: Lab mix

    Color: black

    Age: 4 months

    Weight: 15-20 pounds

    Gender: 3 Male and 2 Female

    Altered: YES

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: typical pups











    To Kerry at Pets Alive:



    Passenger 10: Name: Tyson

    Breed: ACD

    Color: merle

    Age: 1-2 years

    Weight: 40 pounds

    Gender: Male

    Altered: YES

    Temperament: very sweet and submissive



    Passenger 11: Name: Remus

    Breed: Boxer mix

    Color: red w/ black muzzle

    Age: 1-2 years

    Weight: 50 pounds

    Gender: Male

    Altered: YES

    Shots: UTD
    Temperament: According to James he’s the perfect dog



    Passenger 12: Name: Wolfman

    Breed: Husky/GSD mix

    Color: white with grizzled

    Age: 4 months

    Weight: 15 pounds

    Gender: Male

    Altered: YES

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: sweet, playful puppy



    Passenger 13: Name: Mercia

    Breed: Boxer mix

    Color: red with black muzzle

    Age: 1-2 years

    Weight: 40 pounds

    Gender: Female

    Altered: YES

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: Wonderful girl













    Passenger 14: Name: Black Jack

    Breed: Lab/Hound

    Color: black

    Age: 1 year

    Weight: approx 50 pounds

    Gender: Male

    Altered: YES

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: Good boy and very playful



    Passenger 15: Name: Kisska

    Breed: ACD mix

    Color: Black

    Age: 1-2 years

    Weight 30 pounds

    Gender: Female

    Altered: YES

    Shots: UTD

    Temperament: very sweet girl



    Legs:



    Saturday September 12, 2009



    Leg 1: Shelbyville,KY to Cincinnati, OH (all of the dogs)

    96 miles 1 hour 45 minutes

    8:00-9:45

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Louis

    Driver 2: NEEDED!

    Driver 3: NEEDED!

    Driver 4: NEEDED!



    MEETING SPOT IN CINCINNATI: FRISCH’S Exit 189, Ft. Wright. Take exit and turn left at stop sign



    Leg 2: Cincinnati,OH to Grove City, OH (all of the dogs)

    93 miles 1 hour 45 minutes

    10:00-11:45

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Stephanie C

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Tina!

    Driver 3: NEEDED!

    Driver 4: NEEDED!



    MEETING SPOT IN GROVE CITY: CRACKER BARREL Exit 100, Stringtown Road



    Leg 3: Grove City, OH to Mansfield, OH (all of the dogs)

    66 miles 1 hour 15 minutes

    12:00-1:15

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Lee P!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Cathy C!

    Driver 3: FILLED! Thanks BJ M!

    Driver 4: FILLED! Thanks Paula!



    MEETING SPOT IN MANSFIELD: RIGHT SIDE OF WAL-MART PARKING LOT EXIT 169 OFF OF I-71



    Leg 4: Mansfield,OH to Strongsville, OH (all of the dogs)

    79 miles 1 hour 15 minutes

    1:30-2:45

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Pat H!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Pat Hr!

    Driver 3: FILLED! Thanks Mary M!

    Driver 4: FILLED! Thanks Chris M!



    MEETING SPOT IN STRONGSVILLE:



    Leg 5: Strongsville,OH to Ashtabula, OH (all of the dogs)

    59 miles 1 hour

    3:00-4:00

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Marjorie M!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Cindy!

    Driver 3: NEEDED!

    Driver 4: NEEDED!



    MEETING SPOT IN ASHTABULA: Exit 223...Rt. 45...McDonalds, Large lot in Back



    Leg 6: Ashtabula,OH to Erie, PA (all of the dogs)

    50 miles 1 hour

    4:15-5:15

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Patty M!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks JoAnn S!

    Driver 3: FILLED! Thanks Barb and Terrry!

    Driver 4: FILLED! Thanks Emily L!



    MEETING SPOT IN ERIE: Exit 24 ....Peach St......Tractor Supply (North of Rt.90, left at first light, all the way to the end )









    Leg 7: Erie, PA to Buffalo (Depew), NY (all of the dogs)

    95 miles 1 hour 30 minutes

    5:30-7:00

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Alice R!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Karen R!

    Driver 3: FILLED! Thanks Tim O!

    Driver 4: NEEDED!



    MEETING SPOT IN BUFFALO EXIT 49 AT GARDEN PLACE HOTEL



    ***ABBEY, AUGUSTUS, NIBBLES, AND PRISSY GET OFF HERE AND GO WITH GINNY FROM BLACK DOG SECOND CHANCE AND BRAD, BRYAN, BART, BETTY BOOP, AND BETH GET OFF HERE AND GO WITH DONNA FROM ANOTHER CHANCE PET RESCUE***



    Overnight in Buffalo: (Tyson, Wolfman, Mercia, Remus, Black Jack, and Kisska)

    FILLED! Thanks Marty!



    Sunday September 13, 2009



    MEETING SPOT IN BUFFALO EXIT 49 AT GARDEN PLACE HOTEL



    Leg 8: Buffalo,NY to Rochester,NY (Tyson, Wolfman, Mercia, Remus, Black Jack, and Kisska)

    74 miles 1 hour

    8:00-9:00

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Shawna!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Katrina!



    MEETING SPOT IN ROCHESTER: SUPER 8 MOTEL LEHIGH STATION ROAD (HENRIETTA) EXIT 46



    Leg 9: Rochester,NY to Syracuse,NY (Tyson, Wolfman, Mercia, Remus, Black Jack, and Kisska)

    86 miles 1 hour 15 minutes

    9:15-10:30

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Marguerite and Scott!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Kerry W!



    MEETING SPOT IN SYRACUSE: Exit 37 - Holiday Inn Parking lot (towards the back in front of the ADP building)







    Leg 10: Syracuse,NY to Herkimer,NY (Tyson, Wolfman, Mercia, Remus, Black Jack, and Kisska)

    67 miles 1 hour 15 minutes

    10:45-12:00

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Tim!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Patti W!



    MEETING SPOT IN HERKIMER: Exit 30 - Parking Area across the street from the Toll booths



    Leg 11: Herkimer,NY to Albany, NY (Tyson, Wolfman, Mercia, Remus, Black Jack, and Kisska)

    80 miles 1 hour 15 minutes

    12:15-1:30

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Andy and Carole

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Mitch!



    MEETING SPOT IN ALBANY: CORPORATE WOODS AT EXIT 5A OFF 90



    Leg 12: Albany,NY to Kingston,NY (Tyson, Wolfman, Mercia, Remus, Black Jack and Kisska)

    57 miles 1 hour

    1:45-2:45

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Janice U!

    Driver 2: FILLED! Thanks Matt and Kate!



    Leg 13: Hurley,NY to Middletown,NY (Tyson, Wolfman, Mercia, Remus, Black Jack, and Kisska)

    57 miles 1 hour

    3:00-4:00

    Driver 1: FILLED! Thanks Susan!

    Driver 2: NEEDED!







    Molly A. Quinn

    mugsy1961@verizon.net

    Transport coordinator for those in need!

    Don't buy while shelter dogs die!

    Visit www.petfinder.com to see all the animals in need.
    Last edited by Blacklabs; Sep. 12, 2009, 09:10 AM.

  • #2
    I wish I could help, good luck finding drivers. Are you really putting 15 dogs in one car?
    McDowell Racing Stables

    Home Away From Home

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    • #3
      I'm confused.

      Do the drivers use their own vehicles? Or drive a vehicle provided?

      How many people have a vehicle that would fit so many dogs?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MHM View Post
        I'm confused.

        Do the drivers use their own vehicles? Or drive a vehicle provided?

        How many people have a vehicle that would fit so many dogs?
        Drivers use own vehicles - and own crates if needed.

        Note there are multiple drivers for the various legs - it's not all dogs in one vehicle.

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        • Original Poster

          #5
          Each driver uses their own vehicle and this transport has 4 drivers or 4 cars per leg carrying all the dogs until Buffalo where some dogs will go to new homes and then it's 2 drivers per leg until Middletown NY

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          • #6
            Ahh. Got it- thanks.

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            • Original Poster

              #7
              I'm happy to report this is filled and they all will be transported tomorrow and Sunday.

              Thanks

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