Thank Khyra!First, I'll share Carla Jean who was on the early legs of the Saturday portion of this transport - this is picture sent by her driver - she was along from Conway SC to Benson NC - she met another transport there and headed to her furever home in 'Merryland' - she's a liver and white 1 year old
That was pretty much how the entire trip was - two sleeping and one watchingTina - she came from Clayton NC on her way to NH - she's around 4 year oldRaspberry to you too Tina!Marge - she came from Savannah GA - she's a BrittanyMix around 2 years old - heading to RI MargeDakota - the very honoured passenger - he came from Conway SC - he's 12 years old and heading to NHTina and MargeMarge and TinaMarge MargeDakotaHe was a great guest Marge was comfy quite quicklySee?Marge and TinaI wondered if our friends The Rocky Creek Scotties recognised this exit?
It was quite a nice transport AGAIN - I've yet to meet a Brittany and/or BrittanyMix that was anything but sweet and friendly! I know one of the drivers for the Saturday leg from Greensboro to Mt Airy NC wrote the transport list and said:
Thanks for asking me to do this, Kathy! What a great experience! My husband would have adopted Tina in a heartbeat if I we didn't already have 6 pets. She kept smiling at him and nudging him with her nose. I'm sure Dakota will be happy when the day is over and he can settle down. This was our first experience with Brittany Spaniels. What sweet dogs!
Here is the Photobucket Link for their SLIDESHOW of pictures; here is the link for the album with SEVEN videos - once again, it was just easier and more entertaining/rewarding to video them given their personalities and energy levels!
The leg was done in honour and memory of The Memorial Day holiday here in the US AND for MaxDog!
I did want to share a very awesome blogpost I caught up with whilst uploading the Photobucket - please visit DogsMom learning to blog MEMORIAL DAY TRIBUTE
Have a safe holiday/day!
Hugz&Khysses From Khyra's (and Khousin Merdie) Khorner!
PeeEssWoo: Here is part of an email we got early Sunday evening from Dakota's Foster:
Dakota is home and resting quietly. He's done a thorough inspection and marking of the back yard, met all our dogs, and we are giving him a little time out in his crate to take everything in. He seems very sweet and loving, curled up on the back seat and snoozed all the way home. Thank you ALL for your efforts to get him here - it's because of great folks like you that we are able to help these dogs. I've said it before, but you meet the nicest people doing rescue!