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Hello All,
We are looking for transport on behalf of our newest rescue. He was a stray so he has no name, yet but he is a sweet, 2 year old, bi-color male. He will be neutered and have all of his shots and will need a ride on Wednesday, 12/1.
**PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION UPFRONT!!** If you're able to assist with this transport, please respond to me, directly via email [email protected] with the following information:

Leg willing to drive:
First/Last name:
Your location (city/state):
Are you new to rescue transport?
If not, list coordinators you've driven for:
Preferred email:
Times email available:
Cell #:
Alternate #, if cell not answered at all times:
Vehicle description (color/make/model):
License Plate (state & number):

Southeast German Shepherd Rescue Transport Proposed Schedule
For: 2 year old GSD Male from Gwinnett County Animal shelter going to SGSR in Greensboro, NC

Description: He is a bi-color 75lb male GSD who is HW negative. He will be neutered on Tuesday. He will have rabies, parvo/distemper, and bordatella before leaving the shelter. Shelter assessment says people and dog friendly – great leash manners and sweet disposition.

Preferred Transport Start Date: Wednesday December 1, 2010
Start Point: Gwinnett County Animal Shelter
844 Winder Highway
Lawrenceville, GA
Pickup Time: 11am

LEG 1: Lawrenceville, GA to Anderson, SC
(1hours 41 minutes)
Filled by:

LEG 2: Anderson, SC to Spartanburg, SC

(1 hour 7 minutes)
Filled by:

LEG 3: Spartanburg, NC to Charlotte, NC
(1 hour 19 minutes)

Filled by:

LEG 4: Charlotte, NC to Greensboro, NC (exit 124 off of I-40)
(1 hour 30 minutes)
Filled by:

LEG 5: Greensboro, NC to Raleigh, NC
(1 hour 25 minutes)
Filled by: Alisa Woodruff

Thank you to anyone who can help or might know someone who can help!

Alisa Woodruff
Vice President and Intake Coordinator
Southeast German Shepherd Rescue

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