Transports


BDRA has a Transport Team that will work very hard to get newly adopted dogs to  their forever homes!  

We rely on volunteers who are willing to drive approximately 2 hours round-trip for one leg of the transport journey.  All BDRA dogs being transported are going to approved foster homes or adopters.  A Transport Monitor will be in touch with all of the drivers on the day of the transport and will keep everyone informed of the status of the transport, including if it is running early or running late.  Some transports require an overnight stay.

If you are interested in being on the Transport Team, please send the following information to bdratransport@gmail.com

Note: All Transports

**DUE TO COVID-19, ALL DRIVERS SHOULD WEAR A FACE MASK DURING TRANSFERS AND PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING TO THE BEST OF THEIR ABILITY.
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IF YOU CAN HELP, PLEASE FILL IN YOUR INFORMATION FOR THE LEG(S) YOU ARE OFFERING AND REPLY DIRECTLY TO TRANSPORT COORDINATOR:  Debbie at bdratransport@gmail.com

*personal information is for coordinator only, drivers will be given contact phone #s, first name only is posted*

Please supply the below information to the coordinator:  
Leg(s) you are offering to take
Name                                                    Address                                         City/State
Home #                                                Cell #                                               Email 
Emergency Contact                                                                                Phone #
Vehicle Description                                                                                License Plate #
Suggested meeting place (if you have one)

THIS TRANSPORT WILL BE MONITORED  
Please do not forget the paperwork!

Halo's Transport

BREED: Australian Shepherd 
AGE: 4 years
WEIGHT: 35 lbs 
SEX: Female
ALTERED: No, to be done by rescue
HEALTH: good but blind and deaf, on medication for worms, 
HW- SHOTS: UTD
WILL TRAVEL WITH: Health certificate (cvi), vac records, leash, harness, medication 

Routes & Legs

DAY 1: SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd: ROWLAND NC TO OAK HILL WV
(Run begins in Eastern Time, switches to Central Time on Day Two)

Leg 1 NEEDED
Rowland NC to Biscoe NC
77.3 miles, 1 hour 15 min
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM

Leg 2 NEEDED
Biscoe NC to Winston-Salem NC
68.2 miles, 1 hour 2 min
9:25 AM to 10:25 AM

Leg 3 NEEDED
Winston-Salem NC to Hillsville VA
63.5 miles, 1 hour 2 min
10:35 AM to 11:35 AM

Leg 4 NEEDED
Hillsville VA to Princeton WV
62.9 miles, 1 hour 5 min
11:45 AM to 12:50 PM

Leg 5 Filled, thank you Sheila and Philip!
Princeton WV to Oak Hill WV
50.6 miles, 55 min
1:00 PM to 1:55 PM

OVERNIGHT FILLED, thank you Sheila and Philip!
DAY 2: SUNDAY, MARCH 3rd: OAK HILL WV TO WARRENVILLE IL

Leg 6 NEEDED
Oak Hill WV to Cross Lanes WV
62.4 miles, 1 hour 9 min
8:00 AM to 9:10 AM

Leg 7 NEEDED
Cross Lanes WV to Jackson OH
75.7 miles, 1 hour 15 min
9:20 AM to 10:35 AM

Leg 8 NEEDED
Jackson OH to Jamestown OH
79.6 miles, 1 hour 15 min
10:45 AM to 12:00 PM

Leg 9 NEEDED
Jamestown OH to Richmond IN
76 miles, 1 hour 17 min
12:10 PM to 1:25 PM

Leg 10 NEEDED
Richmond IN to Indianapolis IN
73.8 miles, 1 hour 17 min
1:35 PM to 2:50 PM

Leg 11 NEEDED
Indianapolis IN to Lafayette IN
62.8 miles, 1 hour 7 min
3:00 to 4:05 PM

Leg 12 Filled, thank you Lisa! TIME ZONE CHANGE
Lafayette IN to Warrenville IL
147 miles, 2 hour 20 min
4:15 PM EST to 5:35 PM CST

** End Transport **
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