Doobert volunteers drive nearly 90,000 miles in 2019

DoobertPEWAUKEE, Wis. – Feb. 15, 2019 – PRLog — Doobert.com, the only online animal rescue transport platform for rescue relay transports, announces that Doobert volunteers, or Dooberteers as we like to call them, have driven nearly 89,873 miles since the beginning of 2019, that’s almost 15,000 miles per week! Having completed 156 rescue relay transports and local rides and saving just over 350 animals, we are so proud of the volunteers who are on the ground saving lives every day and dedicating their time to the sweet animals looking for a second chance!

The longest transport to date in 2019 was submitted by Third Coast Animal Rescue starting in Theodore, Alabama and going to Chino, California for a total of 1,967 miles, saving Jenkins, George & Still. More than 3,400 transports have been completed using the Doobert platform and just over 6,900 animals have been rescued with 23,048 volunteers signed up across the country.

Doobert.com is a free, custom-developed system to coordinate rescue relay transport, local rides and even airline transport for rescue animals.

Media Contact Rachael

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