HHRT Casey MAY 19, 2018 (PA-OH-KY-TN-GA)

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Transport Coordinator(s): Melanie Seago/Lorrie Wallace Email: hhrtcoordinator@gmail.com

Sender: J.P., Meadville, PA 16336

Receiver: Approved Foster, GetAlong Dachshund Rescue, Dalton, GA 30720


Number of Passengers: 1

Passenger: #1
Name: Casey
Breed: Female dachshund
Color: red/brown smooth hair
Weight: 16 lbs
Age: 13 yo
Spayed/Neutered: spayed
Vaccinations: up to date
Special Notes (if any): long backed dog precautions
Is Crate Required: No


Traveling with: Health Certificate, Veterinary Paperwork, collar, harness, leash, paperwork

Map Link to Route: https://goo.gl/maps/qytL7Y1tikS2

This is a Highway Heroes™ Rescue Transport

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    Full Run Sheet - FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY!!!

    Leg 1: Meadville, PA to Youngstown, OH 7:00 AM EST - 8:10 AM EST (SAT) 1 h 10 min (65 miles) Leg 2: Youngstown, OH to Akron, OH 8:20 AM EST - 9:10 AM EST (SAT) 50 min (51 miles) Leg 3: Akron, OH to Mansfield, OH 9:20 AM EST - 10:25 AM EST (SAT) 1 h 5 min (64 miles) Leg 4: Mansfield, OH to Westerville, OH 10:35 AM EST - 11:35 AM EST (SAT) 1 h (56 miles) Leg 5: Westerville, OH to Jeffersonville, OH 11:45 AM EST - 12:45 PM EST (SAT) 1 h (56 miles) Leg 6: Jeffersonville, OH to Cincinnati, OH 12:55 PM EST - 1:50 PM EST (SAT) 55 min (70 miles) Leg 7: Cincinnati, OH to Lexington, KY 2:00 PM EST - 3:25 PM EST (SAT) 1 h 25 min (83 miles) Leg 8: Lexington, KY to Corbin, KY 3:35 PM EST - 5:05 PM EST (SAT) 1 h 30 min (88 miles) Leg 9: Corbin, KY to Knoxville,TN 5:15 PM EST - 6:15 PM EST (SAT) 1 h (59 miles) Leg 10: Knoxville, TN to Athens, TN 6:25 PM EST - 7:25 PM EST (SAT) 1 h (59 miles) Leg 11: Athens, TN to Chattanooga, TN 7:35 PM EST - 8:40 PM EST (SAT) 1 h 5 min (58 miles) Leg 12: Chattanooga, TN to Dalton, GA 8:50 PM EST - 9:30 PM EST (SAT) 40 min (32 miles)

    About the Transport and other IMPORTANT Information!

    We love to see pictures with the dog(s) SO be sure to have your co-pilot or the next driver snap some of you and share it with us in the driver PM or you can email them to tcleash@gmail.com or hhrtcoordinator@gmail.com. ***DISCLAIMER*** We are a group of volunteer transport coordinators that utilize a network of volunteer drivers who assist rescues and adopters in their efforts to save animals from shelters. We rely on the information provided to us by the sending rescue or shelter regarding passenger sizes and temperaments and therefore we cannot be held responsible by any party for damages, loss of property, or reimbursement of costs. We reserve the right to refuse to assist any rescue or adopter that does not allow a full screening to be done by us PRIOR to transport. WHEN CONSIDERING TO VOLUNTEER remember that you are a vital link in a chain on a relay transport! We are counting on your commitment to be on EARLY for your leg of the transport and be available should the transport be delayed due to unforeseen events. Please be respectful of the entire team that has been assembled. DRIVERS: Please bring collars, leashes and slip leads. Be sure to review the size of the passengers and available space in your vehicle and your availability to place the crates safely in that space. Route times are rounded up to the nearest 5 minutes, with 10-15 minutes added in between for bathroom/gas/food/potty breaks. Additional time has also been added for travel through metropolitan areas. **When temperature is high in the area, please use caution when walking the animals, as paws are much better off on grass and/or dirt than they are on super-hot asphalt.** PLEASE NOTE that the nature of transport creates some risk for those involved. Even a good natured animal may find the transport process to be very stressful, and therefore may act in uncharacteristic ways. The stress can cause previously unknown health or behavior problems to surface. ALL ANIMALS MUST STAY ON TRANSPORT. It is against the law in all 50 states to remove an animal from a transport. Anyone interested in adopting one of the animals from a transport must apply through the receiving rescue and go through the appropriate screening process. ***** REALLY IMPORTANT REMINDERS ******** *Double leash REQUIRED during transfer. *TRANSFER PAPERWORK and all other items FIRST!!! - check your vehicle before departing to ensure nothing has been overlooked, *Transfer ONE animal at a time. *Tether or crate REQUIRED while in vehicle. *NO PERSONAL ANIMALS ON TRANSPORT **TRANSFER ANIMALS ONLY TO THE INDIVIDUALS NOTED ON THE RUN SHEET. *DO NOT combine any other transports with this transport without discussing with the TC and receiving party permission. *MEETING SPOTS - It is so very important that you inform your transport coordinator of your meeting locations. The coordinator needs to know this information in the event of unforeseen situations. *The SENDING driver is to notify the Run Monitor/TC that transfer has been completed and the next leg has begun. *ONLY APPROVED TREATS or food if any. NO NUT BASED Treats!!!!!! By volunteering and submitting your response to participate in this transport, you acknowledge that you have read and understand the rules and guidelines provided above.
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