PEWAUKEE, Wis. – June 29, 2018 –
Doobert.com, the only online animal rescue transport platform for rescue relay transport, announces that in the month of June, Doobert volunteers logged over 25,000 miles driving rescue animals to safety. “It’s amazing to think that in the last month, the passionate volunteers on Doobert have driven the equivalent of the circumference of the earth,” said Chris Roy, the owner and founder of Doobert.com. “We are so excited to provide this valuable resource connecting rescue animals needing transport with the passionate volunteers who can help.”
With 133 rescue relay transports taking place in the month of June, the awesome volunteers with Doobert have safely transported 207 animals to safety. The longest completed transports this month, each traveled 1,367 miles to save multiple dogs. Individually the transports took 3 days and 2 nights going from Stonewall, LA to Bensalem, PA. Thank you to those 42 volunteers who participated!
Doobert.com is a free, custom-developed system to coordinate rescue relay transport, local rides and even airline transport for rescue animals. Volunteers and organizations can sign-up for free at https://www.doobert.com