When transporting our animals you are expected to arrive on time, handle the animals properly and with patience, pass on paperwork provided, and return any kennels/carriers that were borrowed in a timely manner.
We appreciate providing as much information as possible in the above questions so that we can properly schedule transports and filter through who is capable of doing what and where. There are no wrong answers.
If you have volunteered to take on a transport but cannot follow through, please try to give us as much of a notice as possible so that we can find a replacement transport.
The animals on transport belong to County Roads Rescue until they have arrived at their final destination with the new rescue, all volunteers are expected to act respectfully and professionally when dealing with other volunteers, transporters, and rescues. Any animals that do not arrive at the final destination on time for transport with no prior contact between the volunteer and County Roads Rescue, barring any complication, are considered stolen and will be reported as such.