FILLED! GSD Transport AL-SC Nov 23

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Emily Cherry (cherryharley)  ( @
please use email only as I work full-time
phone # for urgent contact and day of the run only: 334-524-3125


Leg you are volunteering for:
Nearest Large City:
Home Phone:
Cell Phone:
Can you receive text messages?
Primary Email:
Do you have access to this email after 5 pm and on weekends?
Secondary Email:
Do you have access to this email after 5 pm and on weekends?
Emergency Contact name and phone:
Vehicle Desc:
License Plate:
Suggested meeting place at the beginning of your leg:
Suggested meeting place at the end of your leg:
(I allow my drivers to choose meeting places that are convenient for
How many dogs can you transport?
Do you have your own crates?
What other coordinators have you driven for?

I respond to ALL offers. If you offer and haven't heard back from me in
24 hours, please resend your email.

Passengers: One GSD
(Detailed info at the bottom)

All passengers are going to fully screened and approved rescues or
adopters. No animals may be adopted off of a transport. If you are
interested in a particular pet you have driven, you MUST go through the
proper procedures and contact the rescue for an application. Keeping a
pet that does not belong to you is THEFT.

Route and Legs

15 minutes has been added to each leg for water/potty breaks. All legs
are flexible. Please let me know if you need to change anything. Also,
I am not as young as I used to be. I make mistakes. Please let me know
if you catch any errors in this run sheet!

Saturday Nov 23, 2013

NOTE - towns are approximate, these are the ones closest to the
interstate routes being used

Leg 1 Filled, thanks Katie! 
Depart: Piedmont AL 9:00 am
Arrive:  Heflin AL 9:45 am
45 min

Leg 2 Filled, thanks Margie W!
Depart: Heflin AL 10:00 am
Arrive:  Douglasville GA 10:45 am/11:45 am (time change)
45 min

Leg 3 Filled, thanks Charlotte P! 
Depart: Douglasville GA 12 noon
Arrive:  Conyers GA 12:45
45 min

Leg 4 Filled, thanks Tara T! 
Depart: Conyers GA 1:00 pm
Arrive:  Greensboro GA 1:45 pm
45 min

Leg 5 Filled, thanks Patricia S!
Depart: Greensboro GA 2:00 pm
Arrive:  Martinez (Augusta) GA 3:00 pm
1 hour

Leg 6 Filled, thanks Colleen M!
Depart: Martinez GA 3:15 pm
Arrive:  Columbia SC 4:15 pm
1 hour

Leg 7 Filled, thanks Mary M! 
Depart: Columbia SC 4:30 pm
Arrive:  Holly Hill SC 5:30 pm
1 hour

End of Transport

Dog(s) or Cat(s): ID#16104
Breed: German Shepherd
Sex: Male
Spayed/Neutered (must be s/n for transport to adopter): Yes
Age: approx. 2 yrs old
Weight: approx. 70 pounds
UTD on age appropriate shots: Yes
Rabies tag (must have tag or original certificate for transport if old
Health Certificate obtained:Yes
(this is NOT the same as a shot record, but a Dept of Ag form that a
vet must fill out after examining your animal for transport across
state lines to be legal)
Treated for fleas/ticks (please make sure animals are parasite free):
Temperment: Good
Ok with other dogs:yes
Special needs:
Crate provided by sending: no
All dogs that will be walked must be wearing a martingale collar or
harness with the receiving's phone # on it and be sent with their own
leash. Does sending agree to provide: Yes
Other items provided:
Does dog ride well in car:unknown
Other information:
Reason for transport:going from shelter to rescue

Sending Party

Name of sending party: Etowah County Animal Shelter
Physical address: 12071 US HWY 278E
City, St, Zip: Piedmont, Alabama 36272
Business phone: (256) 492-0801
Email address:
Is sending doing first leg of transport? NO
Is sending a shelter or boarding facility? Shelter
If so, what are your hours? Monday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Receiving Party
Name of receiving party: New Beginnings Shepherd Rescue
City, St, Zip: Holly Hill SC 29059
Email address:
Do you have email access after 5 pm and on weekends? yes

THE FINE PRINT: CherryHarley Transports is not a business. I am a
volunteer transport coordinator who has a network of volunteer
drivers and we assist rescues in their efforts to save death row dogs
and place them in approved adoptive homes. All rescues must have proper
permits to import dogs and all dogs must have health certificates to
cross state lines. Please remember that I am dependent on what the
senders tell me about our passengers' temperaments. The very nature of
rescue transport creates some risk for those who participate in it;
even a good-natured dog may find it stressful to be passed from
stranger to stranger and cooped up with unfamiliar dogs and may act in
uncharacteristic ways. Neither I nor anyone associated with this
transport can accept liability for any accidents or incidents that may
occur during the transport. Thank you for understanding and
volunteering. Emily Cherry (CherryHarley Transports)