GDLRR Transport

Greater Dayton Labrador Retriever Rescue

I respond to ALL offers.  If you have volunteered, and not heard back from me within 24 hours, please resend.  I work full time and will respond in the evenings.  Thank you!

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Tarboro, NC to Dayton, OH


Sat/Sun:  Mar. 16-17, 2019

🍀Lucky Dog🍀

Laura Harper, OTRA Verified Transport Coordinator

Greater Dayton Labrador Retriever Rescue Transport Coordinator

501(c)3 fully vetted and approved rescue

Email is preferred method of communication


If able to help, please contact me directly and provide the following information.  Your privacy is important to me.  All information is kept confidential except for necessary contact information on final run sheet.



Home phone:

Cell phone:

Do you text?          Use cell only for transports?          Get e-mail on cell phone?


Nearest major city:  

Emergency contact name & phone:

Vehicle- make/model/color:

Plate/tag number & state:

Do you have after hours/weekend internet access?      If no, when does your access end?

Number of dogs you are comfortable carrying?               Can you offer overnight?

Overnighters:   Can you keep transport animal(s) separate from your own?         How?

# Dogs          Spayed/Neutered?         UTD on shots?      If no to either, why not?

# Cats           Spayed/Neutered?         UTD on shots?      If no to either, why not?

Are you an OTRA Verified Transporter?  

– If not, Transport Coordinators you have driven for (name/e-mail):

– If none please provide a personal reference (name/e-mail):  

– Veterinarian name & phone:  

Meeting locations will be provided in the final run sheet - suggestions welcome!

NOTE:  This transport will be fully monitored via email updates.  You must be willing/able to check emails throughout the day(s) of transport for any updated information about the passenger(s) and how they are handling the transport.  Communication and following instructions are key to a successful and safe transport!


Ten minutes have been added to each leg for potty and leg stretching.

~~~Lucky to be picked up at vet clinic~~~


Leg 1: Tarboro NC to North Hills/Raleigh NC (US64/I40)

71 miles ~ 1 hr 15 min

9:00 am to 10:30 am ET

Filled - thanks Sally O!

Leg 2: North Hills/Raleigh NC to Winston-Salem NC (I40)

103 miles ~ 1 hr 50 min

10:40 am to 12:30 am ET

Filled - thanks Rick & Renee!

Leg 3: Winston-Salem NC to Hickory NC (I40)

73 miles ~ 1 hr 10 min

12:40 pm to 1:50 pm ET

Filled - thanks Carolyn & Larry!

Leg 4: Hickory NC to Asheville NC (I40)

77 miles ~ 1 hr 15 min

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm ET

Filled - thanks Nancy & Dick!

Leg 5: Asheville NC to Newport TN (via route 25/70 thru Hot Springs)

61 miles ~ 1 hr 30 min

3:25 pm to 4:55 pm ET

Filled - thanks Joan M!

Leg 6: Newport TN to Knoxville TN (I40/I75)

51 miles ~ 55 min

5:05 pm to 6:00 pm ET

Filled - thanks Tammy P!

~~~SLUMBER PAWTY FILLED - thanks Julia O!~~~


Leg 7: Knoxville TN to Corbin KY (I75)

69 miles ~ 1 hr 15 min

8:00 am to 9:15 am ET

Pending - thanks Laurie M!

Leg 8: Corbin KY to Lexington KY (I75)

86 miles ~ 1 hr 20 min

9:25 am to 10:45 am ET

Filled - thanks Becky B!

Leg 9: Lexington KY to Florence KY (I75)

69 miles ~ 1 hr 5 min

10:55 am to 12:00 pm ET

Filled - thanks Amy H!

Leg 10: Florence KY to Dayton OH (I75)

68 miles ~ 1 hr 15 min

12:10 pm to 1:25 pm ET

Filled - thanks Kim R!

~~~Rescue Mom Renee and/or Rescue Dad Dave pick up Lucky in Dayton & head home~~~



Passenger 1:

Date pulled from shelter:  03/01/19

Name: Lucky

Species:  Canine
Breed: Great Dane/Lab mix

Gender: Male
Age: 1 yr
Weight: 70 lbs
UTD on shots? Yes
Spayed/Neutered? Yes
Good with dogs? Yes
Good with cats? Unknown

Good with adults? Yes
Good with children? Yes
Crate trained? Yes
Does animal ride well in car? Yes
Temperament/Behavioral Issues (be specific!):  Sweet boy, good natured, no issues noted; not well leash trained

Crate required?   Optional, not supplied by sending. MUST BE TETHERED IF NOT USING A PERSONAL CRATE

Medical Issues (to include ANY medication they are being sent with, the reason for the medication and dosing instructions - be specific!): n/a
Current food & feeding instructions (brand, amount, frequency - be specific!):  Will be sent

Reason for transport: Boarding to approved rescue

Traveling with: Health certificate and rabies certificate are required! Well-fitting harness and Martingale-type collar - WITH dog’s name, receiving rescue phone number, and rabies tag attached; 2 sturdy standard clip leashes; enough food for dinner at overnight(s) and light breakfast next day(s)

Additional info:  

Sending Passenger:

Shelter pulled from: SPCA Alliance of NC

Location:   Tarboro, NC

Temp foster:   Boarding at Tarboro Animal Clinic, 2218 N. Main St., Tarboro, NC 27886

Receiving Passenger:

Receiving: Greater Dayton Labrador Retriever Rescue

Location: Brookville, OH

Rescue Website: www.gdlrr.org

Rescue Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/GreaterDaytonLabRescue/

Transport Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/254120008578392/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&source_id=423092164375987

Contact name/email: Renee Reigel, labanddaneresqr@gmail.com


Any agreement to volunteer transport is your acknowledgement of the understanding that every dog or animal being transported reacts differently when being transported, and that animals, by nature are unpredictable. Agreement to transport is an agreement that you are aware of the associated risks that could be present in a transport. Dogs and animals in general may, without warning, bite or cause injury to humans, other dogs, other animals, or even potentially cause damage to personal property. Your agreement to be a volunteer transporter, is an acknowledgement and understanding that there are certain risks involved in participating in volunteer transport, including but not limited to dog fights, bites to humans or other dogs or animals, the transmission of disease, and damage or destruction of personal property. Note that all animals being transported are accompanied by a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian and accompanying vaccination record, and that this is the full extent that anyone can attest to health of transport animal(s).

By agreeing to transport and/or overnight an animal on a volunteer transport, you are agreeing that you recognize these risks of injury and disease and release the volunteer transport coordinator(s), sending or receiving individual(s), shelter(s) or rescue(s), and fellow volunteer transporter(s) from any liability for any accidents or incidents related to bites, injuries, property damage, or illness (human or animal), that may occur immediately before transport, during transport, during an overnight stay on a transport, or upon or following arrival of dog or animal being transported. Additionally, the transport coordinator volunteer is dependent upon information received from a sender, or shelter or rescue, and cannot be held liable or responsible in any way for any information conveyed about a dog that may be incorrect regarding behavior or temperament of a transported animal before, during, or after transport.


Do not volunteer to drive if you are not committed to showing up on time on transport day.  Relay transports cannot operate if there is a missing link in the chain, and the rescue animals suffer as a result.  If an emergency arises that prevents you from driving you must notify the transport coordinator as soon as possible.  Please be respectful of the entire team that has been assembled.


Removing an animal from a transport before it has reached the final destination indicated on this run sheet constitutes theft in all 50 states and will be reported to local, state, or federal law enforcement agencies.  In addition, your name will be publicized on "Do Not Transport" lists that are widely circulated in the rescue and transport communities.