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Seeking Drivers, Pilots and Coordinators
Welcome to Flying Dog Rescue and we appreciate your help. We are looking for drivers, pilots and transport coordinators to support our unique program. We partner with Doobert.com which is the leading platform for coordinating animal rescue transport and we encourage you to check it out at www.doobert.com.

Driver Pilot VolunteersBe a volunteer transporter

If you can be a volunteer driver or pilot, sign-up at www.doobert.com and follow the prompts.
This will help you get your profile updated so you can receive alerts when there are animal rescue relay transports in your area.

Transport Coordinators

Be a transport coordinator

If you have a computer and a phone you can help coordinate rescue relay transports. Our partner, Doobert.com has developed a training program to get you started. Input your email below and we’ll send you the information to get started.

Thank you for your efforts to help animals nationwide. We’re excited to have the support of people like you!

[testimonials][testimonial user_name=”Dawn” image_u=”292″ user_url=”Southpaws Express”]Doobert was such a great tool, too, in that everyone’s information was right there, like the “run sheet” but so much better because it’s all online and all transport communication can go right through the feed there and everyone can stay up-to-the minute!! Indeed I can see that Doobert will make the phrase “run sheet” obsolete.[/testimonial][testimonial user_name=”Carolyn” image_u=”291″ user_url=”All Breed Rescue”]I have been a volunteer at All Breed Rescue for almost 2 years and joined the Board of Directors in early 2013. All Breed Rescue has saved over 5,000 pups in the last 18 years. We rehome dogs from high kill shelters in the south and NYC and adopt them to families in the Northeast. We also help local families that need to rehome their pups. We work with Operation Dog Tag and several shelters to arrange vetting, fostering and transport.[/testimonial][testimonial user_name=”Jacquie” image_u=”291″ user_url=”Volunteer”]I found out about Doobert through an add on LinkedIn and researched what is was about.
I became an animal rescue volunteer because my roommate will not allow me to have a second doggie in the home and being somewhat sidelined due to a couple of autoimmune diseases, working full-time is no longer an option for me, but driving is something I can still do from time to time. [/testimonial][testimonial user_name=”Annette” image_u=”291″]I live in Alabama took in 11 puppies who had been abandoned at only 3 weeks old with nothing, not even their Mom could get to them. But then, through the power of social media, I met Lori. She runs a rescue in Wisconsin. The only issue was transport. I then got a message from Lori to sign up at doobert.com. She explained it all to me in a very short e-mail. I went there and was stunned.[/testimonial][testimonial user_name=”Lori” image_u=”291″ user_url=”Purr-fect Match Animal Rescue”]Doobert is a wonderful tool to help set up animal transport. The software makes it easy to set up the route and for drivers to join into the run. The software will notify anyone who has signed up with Doobert of a run that passes through their area so they can sign up and help too ! It makes it easier for the Transport Coordinator to publicize the run and get volunteers! I will definitely use Doobert again![/testimonial][testimonial user_name=”Virginia” image_u=”291″ user_url=”Volunteer”]I decided to do the transports because when I changed cars and bought a Ford Explorer, it was much bigger than the car I was driving before and I wanted to do something with the extra size. I have always loved animals and wanted to volunteer in some way, once I was retired. Dog-walking, either as a paid position or for a shelter, wasn’t different enough, since I already do that at least three times a day with my own dog.[/testimonial][testimonial user_name=”Mimi” image_u=”291″ user_url=”Volunteer”]After retiring a little more than a year ago, I began looking for opportunities to give back to the community. I spent some time with the local blood bank and a nearby children’s home, and then I signed up for a newsletter that sent me possible matches based on my geographical area and areas of interest. It was through that newsletter that I first heard of Doobert.[/testimonial][testimonial user_name=”Paul” image_u=”292″ user_url=”Volunteer”]I found out about Doobert.com through LinkedIn. I volunteer at Humane Societies in Alabama and Virginia and LinkedIn recommended Doobert to me. I signed up in the spring. It took a few months, but I was brought in to the loop within the last two months.[/testimonial][/testimonials]