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- November 16, 2003 at 6:09 pm #250408Guest
I read in a dog rescue group about a thing called a “dane train” for
getting local dane rescues to their adoptive families. People
volunteer to make certain legs of the trip, usually about 100 miles
at a time. Maybe if you look into rescue groups someone may have a
more definate explaination of how these things work.
I would think
they would rather help safely transport than have dogs end up in
rescue. Not that you are looking into that, but alot of people do.Another thing I would look into is hiring someone to drive the
animals in a second vehicle. That way you are close enough to know
where they were and that they were safe, but have space to take care
of the kids at the same time. Set up preplanned stops for food/walk
around time, so you can check on any problems that may pop up.
cell phones in both vehicles would make it much easier as well.
Rescue remedy is one pet calmer that I know works, I believe it is
herbal and not a “tranquilizer” but just eases nerves some. My sister
told me about it and said it seems to work well.I am so glad that my upcoming move involves a drive time of about 15
minutes between houses 🙂
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Tamyra E Novinger
> Hi all,
> I would NEVER give them up. That would be like giving away a member
> our family. We did make a move in our van that was sooooo difficult
> Ca.to Texas and I swore that I would find a better way. Flying is
> expensive and the stories of escapes and deaths to pets have put me
> at following that route. I’m just scratching my head.
I will talk
> vet. Didn’t think about that!!
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