It will take approx. 2 weeks to set up and fill the transport. This time frame is needed because we are a volunteer based organization. We also need the potential passengers to be in quarantine 2 weeks prior to transports. This reduces the possibilities of a passenger being sick and potentially getting other passengers sick. We will not mix passengers from different shelters or rescues. All passengers MUST have a current health certificate that meets the requirements for the state they are entering.
We can currently provide transport to the following states: SC, NC, VA, MD, DE, PA, OH, NY, NJ, CT, RI, NH, VT, ME
We maybe adding Massachusetts to the list once some additional information is verified. We will consider transports needed to GA, FL, TN, KY, IN and IL.
Import to New Hampshire:You MUST have a state approved quarantine facility listed as receiving the passenger(s). If you do not, we cannot provide transport, If you need one please refer to the links below. Once a facility is booked, we can arrange transport.
Import to Maine:All rescues being transported to MUST be licensed by the state to import. All passengers must need to meet the states vaccine laws 2 weeks prior to entering the state. Transport will be scheduled accordingly to the state guidelines, We will ask for a copy of the Maine import license as well as vaccine records to ensure that no laws are broken.
Import to Rhode Island:The rescue will need to provide the facility the animal(s) will be quarantined at for a period of 5 days. It is the rescues responsibility to find and book this facility.
Import to Connecticut:All rescues must be licensed by the state to import. We will need a copy of the state import license to ensure that no laws are being broken. We will also need to have confirmation of the 48 hour vet appointment for the animal(s) entering the state. This is to ensure that no laws are being broken.