Whether the transport is set up for getting a dog into the rescue or transporting the dog into its new home, the transport is coordinated using a volunteer network.
One of board members coordinates the transport by acquiring volunteer transporters via social media and reaching out to other volunteer groups that have large breed experience. The transport is then separated into multiple legs in which a volunteer will either drive one or multiple legs.
There are several things that can delay a transport, but the most common one is the availability of volunteers or a volunteer backing out of a transport leg at last minute.
A tremendous amount of time and energy goes into coordinating a transport, but it's always worth it!