Volunteers Transport Deaf Puppy Over 1,000 MilesTroy, VA — This past week, volunteers came together using the Doobert.com software to transport a deaf, eight-week-old English pointer from Savonburg, KS to Troy, VA. The puppy, now named Doobert by volunteers, arrived at a rescue in bad condition. The previous owner irresponsibly bred Doobert, causing him to be deaf and underweight. His breeder did not give him a name due to his deafness. Thanks to Transport4Rescues, Deaf Dogs Rock, and Green Dogs Unleashed, Doobert gets a new chance at a foster home in Virginia. Deaf Dogs Rock is a website dedicated to helping rescue dogs that are deaf. They reached out to Green Dogs Unleashed, Doobert.com, and Transport4Rescues to find Doobert the pup somewhere to live. Green Dogs Unleashed is a group that trains and finds homes for special needs dogs. They found a foster for Doobert in Virginia. Transport4Rescues volunteers then used the Doobert.com software to organize the over 1,000-mile trip. Doobert the dog arrived safely to his foster home and is now adjusting to his new home and other dogs. Volunteers use the custom-built software on Doobert.com to save animals by volunteering, fostering, and/or transporting animals. This software helps solve the most difficult aspect of coordinating animal rescues: transportation. With Doobert.com, animal lovers around the country come together to bring animals to their forever homes. Volunteers and organizations can sign up for free to rescue more animals at https://www.doobert.com.