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Anywhere Pets Go Newsletter December 2008

Dear Fellow Animal Lovers,

I would like to thank you all for your continued support in my
recent endeavor. I have high hopes to be able to continue to serve
the rescue commnuity as well as our private clients with our pet
transport service.

Without the support of the rescue community, we would not be
here today. So we ask that you consider donating to your favorite
rescue (s) or shelters towards the cost of their transport fees, so
that the rescues can continue to save so many furbabies with the help
of safe, reliable and quality pet transport. and so that we can
continue to serve you.

Anywhere Pets Go is not just for rescues. We help our private
pet owners too ! Whether your relocating, adopting a pet from out of
state, or need international travel arrangements for your pet ... we
are here to help. We know that finding quality transport is
important to you, and it is our number one goal ! Treating your pet
like part of our family is our pledge to you.


Kori Kent
Anywhere Pets Go

Moving: How to Move Your Pet Safely

dog in moving box

©2002 Whim Whams Illustration Studio
If you and your pet are getting ready to move, follow these
recommendations to keep your companion safe on moving day.
Plan ahead. Advance planning will make your move less stressful on
you and your pet. Pack over a period of time, and try to maintain
your pet's normal routine.
Invest in a high-quality, sturdy pet carrier. If you have a dog or
cat whom you want to keep safely confined on moving day, get a
carrier ahead of time and gradually accustom your pet to spending
time in it.
Purchase a new ID tag for your pet. As soon as you know your new
address, get a pet ID tag that includes your new address and
telephone number(s). (Or obtain some other visible form of pet
identification such as a collar with ID information imprinted on it
or an identification band that attaches to the collar but does not
dangle like a traditional tag.) An up-to-date ID tag is a lost pet's
ticket home.
Keep your pet secure. On moving day, place your pet (whether in the
carrier or not) in a safe, quiet place, such as the bathroom, so that
he or she cannot escape. Place a large sign on the door that says, DO
NOT ENTER, and be sure that friends and professional movers are aware
that the room is off-limits.
Make your car trip safe. If you're traveling by car and your dog
enjoys car travel, you may want to accustom him to a restraining
harness. Because most cats aren't comfortable traveling in cars, it's
best (for their safety as well as yours) to transport them in a well-
ventilated and securely placed carrier. Never leave pets alone in a
parked vehicle during warm weather as the temperature rises quickly
and can injure or kill them. In any season, a pet in a parked vehicle
is vulnerable to being harmed or stolen. Never put an animal in the
trunk of a car, the open bed of a pickup truck, or the storage area
of a moving van.
Talk to your veterinarian. If your pet doesn't enjoy car rides,
consult your veterinarian about behavior modification or medication
that might lessen the stress of travel. Depending on your
destination, your pet may also need additional vaccinations,
medications, and health certificates.
Find hotels in advance. Listings of animal-friendly hotels will help
you find overnight lodging during your move. Our online information
on Finding Animal-Friendly Hotel Accommodations will point you toward
some useful resources and get your planning on track.
Plan ahead for air travel. Check with your veterinarian, the U.S.
Department of Agriculture, and the airline if your pet will be
flying. Also be sure to check out our online tips for traveling with
your companion animal. You will need to take precautions to ensure
your pet's safety, so give yourself ample time to work out all the
Prepare your new home. Take with you all the familiar and necessary
things your pet will need from day one in your new home: food, water,
medications, bed, litter box, food and water bowls, and health
records. Also have on hand a recent photo of your pet, for use if
your pet becomes lost.
Copyright © 2008 The Humane Society of the United States. All rights

Customer Testimonials

Dear Kori and Chris:

I can't tell you how happy we all are with the arrival of Malamute
Sara into Fredonia !
I want to thank you both. This was the perfect timing before the
winter closed in on us.

You have a wonderful service. I have already spoken to others who
may have the need
for transport, to highly recommend you.

Dan made a huge effort to get Sara to you, so that you could bring
her in. This was truly
a team effort. Dan and Lynne have been close personal friends for
many years.

Again, my personal thanks to you both for an amazing job !


Kori and Chris,
Thank you for taking such good care of Gracie, during her transport,
she is really a sweet doggie and we just love her!


hi i received a dog from you folks about a month ago her name was
request and came from onpoint rescue i cant say enough good things
about your company or your husband Chris i have been telling
everyone i know about your company thanks FRED

__________________________________________________ _
Hi Kori,
Jim said you have a really nice transport vehicle. Kudos to and Chris
for taking such good care of the animals. Thank you!
Best Regards and thank you so much for taking care of my new
girlfriend. Alesia
__________________________________________________ _

Anywherepetsgo went out of their way to meet me. They were delayed
due to the weather, and called me as soon as they realized the delay.
That was good that they stopped and did not take a risk for the sake
of schedule!

The transport was long to get Big Girl from AL to NY but she arrived
safely and in good shape. They gave her a lot of attention. They
brought her right to the town in NY where she needed to go too.

We were pleased with the transport. They kept in contact also, to let
you know how everything was going.

I would call them again.
__________________________________________________ ___

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Have a WONDERFUL Holiday Season from Your Friends At Anywhere Pets
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Featured Route - Week of 12/8 - 12/14
Anywhere Pets Go Transport Route
We are willing to go off route a bit in order to accommodate your
needs ... please feel free to ask if we can accommodate.

Monday 12/8

Depew NY to Cleveland OH
Leave time 10 am EST Arrive time 1:20 pm EST
3hrs 19 min 195.67 miles

Cleveland OH to Cincinnati OH
Leave time 1:50 pm EST Arrive time 5:55 pm EST
4 hrs 2 min 243.55

Cincinnati OH to Elizabethtown KY
Leave time 6:25 pm EST Arrive time 9 pm EST
2 hrs 29 min 148.95 miles

Tuesday 12/9

Elizabethtown KY to Nashville TN
Leave time 10 am EST Arrive time 11:10 am CST
2 hrs 7 min 133.70 miles

Nashville TN to Birmingham AL
Leave time 11:40 am CST Arrive time 2:40 pm CST
2 hrs 57 min 192.62 miles

Birmingham AL to Mobile AL
Leave time 3:10 pm CST Arrive time 7:10 pm CST
3 hrs 55 min 258.48 miles

Mobile AL to Ferry Pass FL
Leave time 8 pm CST Arrive time 8:55 pm CST
53 min 54.71 miles

Wednesday 12/10

Ferry Pass FL to Tallahassee FL
Leave time 10 am CST Arrive time 2 pm EST
2 hrs 55 min 191.05 miles

Tallahassee FL to Wellborn FL
Leave time 2:30 pm EST Arrive time 4 pm EST
1 hr 31 min 95.39 miles

Wellborn FL to Macon GA
Leave time 4:30 pm EST Arrive time 7:45 pm EST
3 hr 17 min 205.19 miles

Macon GA to Atlanta GA
Leave time 8:15 pm EST Arrive time 9:45 pm EST
1 hr 26 min 83.86 miles

Thursday 12/11

Atlanta GA to Columbia SC
Leave time 10 am EST Arrive time 1:30 pm EST
3 hrs 24 min 214.46 miles

Columbia SC to Fayetteville NC
Leave time 2 pm EST Arrive time 4:40 pm EST
2 hrs 39 min 166.28 miles

Fayetteville NC to Richmond VA
Leave time 5:10 pm EST Arrive time 8:45 pm EST
3 hrs 26 min 210.33 miles

Friday 12/12

Richmond VA to Philadelphia PA
Leave time 10 am EST Arrive time3 pm EST
4hrs 35 min 254.89 miles

Philadelphia PA to New Haven CT
Leave time 3:30 pm EST Arrive time 7 pm EST
3 hrs 24 min 173.64 miles

New Haven CT to Providence RI
Leave time 7:30 pm EST Arrive time 9:20 pm EST
1 hr 49 min 103.02 miles

Saturday 12/13
Providence RI to Augusta ME
Leave time 10 am Arrive time 1:50 pm
3 hrs 50 min 217.38 miles

Augusta ME to Concord NH
Leave time 2:20 pm Arrive time 5:10 pm
2 hrs 48 min 163.72 miles

Concord NH to Albany NY
Leave time 5:40 pm Arrive time 9 pm

Sunday 12/14

Albany NY to Syracuse NY
Leave time 10 am EST Arrive time 12:30 pm EST
2hr 25 min 144.49 miles

Syracuse NY to Depew NY
Leave time 1 pm EST Arrive time 3:25 pm EST
2 hrs 23 min 142.63 miles

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