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Transport Coordinator: Pat / [email protected]
Date of Transport: Saturday, 9/1/07 OR Sunday, 9/2/07
Beginning City & State: New Orleans,LA
Ending City & State: Brentwood,TN
Reason for Transport: Veterinary Clinic to Rescue
Bonnie and Clyde were wandering stray, together, about an hour outside New Orleans. They ended up in St. Tammany Parish Department of Animal Services.Their time would’ve been up on 8/27/07, but boarding was found for both, and they were pulled on 8/23/07. They have now been brought UTD on all vaccinations, are actually HW neg (!), have had dentals, and have been altered. While the SPCA of TN is a relatively young organization, it has been doing great things for local animals. In addition, the Founder and President is, on a personal level, dedicated to assisting Bassets in the South.

Passengers #1 & #2:
Names: Bonnie & Clyde
Breed: Basset Hound
Age: 5-6 yrs (both)
Gender: Bonnie:female Clyde:male
Altered: Yes
Size/Weight: 40-45 lbs (both)
Shots: UTD, including Bord
Flea Treatment : Frontline Plus
General Health: Good; HW Neg and on Preventative; Have had dentals this week.
Crate trained: Unknown
Any behavior problems: None observed, Both are described as having a “wonderful temperament.”
Crates: Your choice. None can be provided. B&C travel well in the car. If loose, must just be secured for safety.
Sending Vet: Animal Medical Clinic, 4378 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA / (504) 891-1411
Receiving Rescue: SPCA of TN / / Contact: Celina / [email protected]

PLEASE NOTE: SPCA of TN holds Section 501 © (3) charity status. Your mileage and tolls for this trip may be charitable donations; and may be deductible, at a prescribed rate, on your Federal Tax Return. Please consult your tax advisor for additional information.

We are flexible - MEETING CITIES/LOCATIONS CAN BE CHANGED! If you can do a partial leg, that’s great, too! Any and all help will be greatly appreciated!

(Please note: 15 minutes transfer time has been built into each leg)

Sat 9/1, or Sun 9/2, 2007
Leg 1: New Orleans, LA to Poplarville, MS (Exit 267A 0n I-59) 71 miles / 1hr 15 min
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Leg 2: Poplarville, MS to Sandersville, MS (Exit 104 on I-59) 77 Miles / 1 hr 15 min
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Leg 3: Sandersville, MS to York, AL (Exit 1 on I-59/I-20) 68 Miles / 1 hr
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Leg 4: York, AL to Vance, AL (Exit 89 on I-59/I-20) 80 miles / 1 hr 15 min
12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Leg 5: Vance, AL to Cullman, AL (Exit 308 on I-65) 74 miles / 1 hr 15 min
1:45PM to 3:00 PM
Leg 6: Cullman, AL to Pulaski, TN (Exit 14 on I-65) 73 miles / 1 hr 15 min
3:15 PM to 4:30 PM
Leg 7: Cullman, AL to Brentwood, TN (Exit 74B on I-65) 52 miles / 1 hr
4:45 PM to 5:45 PM
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