Every 10 to 14 days, we send former shelter pets to a new life in the northeastern United States—either to rescues, fosters or adopters. Our homeless dogs and puppies are actually desired in those areas, where spay and neuter is more commonplace and has done a better job controlling the pet population. Not to ignore cats—we don’t—but they seem to have ample numbers no matter where you look.
Prior to transport, all animals are examined by a vet. The youngest have been quarantined in foster homes before the journey. All animals travel with health certificates.
We have established relationships with several trusted transporters. Transport can be obtained at a reasonable cost.