Contact: Madeleine Fiello
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Doobert.com Volunteer Transports Two Rescues Cross-Country
Camden, DE — This month, a Doobert.com volunteer drove two rescue dogs cross-country from Orange, California to Camden, DE.
The two dogs, Sabre and Zephyr, started nervously as rescue dogs in Orange County Animal Control. They arrived separately and were each terrified.
Luckily, Doggone Happy Animal Rescue in Camden, DE saw the pups and wanted to take them in. Rescue Transport USA organized the 2,729-mile transport right away.
Sabre and Zephyr waited for their trip at El Toro Animal Hospital in Lake Forest, CA. Rescue Transport USA planned their trip after two months.
One single Doobert.com volunteer stepped up to take the two dogs the entire cross-country trip. She brought the dogs to their final destination of Doggone Happy Animal Rescue after four days. The dogs lived a life of luxury along the way and stayed in pet-friendly hotels with comfortable beds, tasty treats, and lots of love.
The cost of boarding the dogs was quite expensive. Anyone can help the rescue with boarding expenses is encouraged to use the PayPal address, [email protected]
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 http://www.Doobert.com.