This was a two part transport with an overnight foster from South Carolina to Elkton, Maryland. We picked up the 8 puppies the day before and fostered overnight so we could load up and be on the road at 4:00AM the next day. We drove an hour to pick them up then had a great time fostering them and getting them all settled in for the 8 our trip North. We left South Carolina at 4:00am and reached House of Hope Animal Rescue at 12:30. They did really good and slept most of the way except for stopping for water and potty breaks. We are so grateful for House of Hope and All 4 Paws for the great team work in rescuing these 8 puppies. We wish them all the best in their new adventure into loving homes.
The very next day (Monday) the rescue asked us if we could travel back to Mt. Pleasant to pick up the injured dog now named Lucas (they were able to determine the sex of the dog at the veterinary hospital) and transport him up to Loris, SC to his medical foster were he can recover from the severe skin infection and road rash he has and we said of coarse. Lucas has a dislocated hip, fractured pelvis, broken jaw, bruises and cuts on his head, eye and his belly, but beyond that Lucas had been neglected for some time and living on the streets. They were not able to perform the surgeries until the skin infection is cleared up. We transported him to his medical foster Mom in Loris, SC where he will get the necessary medical treatment and love he deserves. He was able to stand on his own a few times but still not able to walk. We carried him in the house on a moving blanket. He is able to eat soft dog food. For anyone wishing to make a donation for soft dog food or after care for Lucas please contact All 4 Paws Animal Rescue http://all4pawssc.org/ when making your donation please say it's for "LUCAS", we appreciate the support for him!
When we received the call for an urgent transport for a dog hit by a car and laying in the shelter in Conway we didn't have to think for one second we got the details and immediately headed to HCACC to pick up the injured dog. It was a Sunday but we transport 7 days a week 24 hours and holidays, rescue never ends and neither does transporting! We went to the shelter and waited there on standby as the rescue needed to raise funds to pay for the urgent medical care for the dog. Once things were in place and funds received we were given the go ahead to load the dog up and transport to Mt. Pleasant, SC to Veterinary Specialty Care where they would evaluate him and proceed with treatment and surgery. We drove two and half hours one way. We sang and talked to the dog the whole time just so she/he could hear a friendly caring voice. It was an emotional transport but we got her/him there. We know she/he is in good hands and wish her/him well. Thank you to All 4 Paws for rescuing this dog!! (gender of dog undetermined at time of transport because of the injuries, not able to check)
We had a transport scheduled for Conway shelter HCACC to pick up an owner surrender dog named Scooter and take to his rescue foster and transfer at All 4 Paws (transfer & rescue program) then we got an urgent request to pick up three puppies from the shelter in Whiteville, NC then we got the call about another puppy needing a ride to All 4 Paws. We planned out our schedule and got the little black lab puppy in the morning then by noon traveled to Conway shelter to pick up Scooter then off to Whiteville, NC to pick up the three puppies from the shelter. We made our trip back to the foster house to pick up the little black lab puppy but while there we cleaned up the three other puppies as they were covered in fleas and feces and urine once they were cleaned up and the transport vehicle had been cleaned and treated and changed out the crates we loaded up and headed to All 4 Paws to drop off the little black puppy. Scooter and the other three puppies were rescued by Palmetto Animal League and part of the transfer program we met the overnight foster and transport to continue their freedom ride to PAL the next day. Such great team work for everyone involved and a great program! 4 hour round trip but 4 puppies and one dog saved!
We picked up a cute little white dog from the shelter, HCACC in Conway, SC and transported to All 4 Paws Rescue in Pawley's Island, SC this little guy was so excited to be leaving the shelter, we also picked up a stray that ended up being another owner surrender so All 4 Pawls Rescue also took in this little girl. Two owner surrenders on their way to a new journey of happiness!
When an owner surrendered 8 six week old puppies we were called to help transport them as a two part transport for House of Hope Rescue. We drove to the owner's home and loaded up all 8 puppies and headed to their boarding facility until transport to Maryland in one week. Did we say how adorable these puppies are! Just look at these pictures and you tell us! We will be transporting these puppies to Maryland next week to House of Hope Rescue, thank you to the owner for doing what's right. (An added note the owner has made appointments to have his female and male dogs spayed and neutered through the All 4 Paws program! How awesome is that!) Great work for all involved!
We responded to an urgent plea to help transport 7 Labs from Fairmont, NC to their rescue boarding facility in Pawley's Island, SC. We were able to transport 4 Lab adults and one Lab puppy as one Lab was sick and being transported seperately and another Lab was completing heart worm treatment and not able to travel. Three of the Labs we transported just completed their heart worm treatment and needed moved ASAP. Transport went very well and all 7 Labs were transported by their scheduled times. We are grateful for NELR for rescuing these dogs and thank you to All 3 Paws for boarding and thank you to SRVC for providing medical attention. Thank you to all those involved with these 7 Labs.
****HEART WORM PREVENTATIVE IS IMPORTANT! DO NOT LET YOUR PET GO WITHOUT IT, IT CAN BE DEADLY!****
This handsome 5 year old English Bulldog needed help getting to his rescue in New York. He was with his foster in Georgia so we wanted to help by being a leg in his transport, we were leg 3 from Florence, SC to Fayettville, NC. Kirby had a rough life growing up. He grew up in a cat carrier that was too small for him, this kind of life left him with back issues and his front legs and paws were deformed and his little paw pads were damaged but that did not stop Kirby from being a happy boy! We gave Kirby a Frosty Strong heart toy which we have been told is his favorite toy along with a doggie canister of doggie treats! Kirby is living the happy life now and we are so thankful for his foster Mom Robyn and his rescue Carolyn and for all the transporters who helped get him to his rescue. We send Kirby all the best in his new life of joy!
16 year old long coat apple face 100% spoiled and handsome Chihuahua :)