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Pooches On The Move is a pet licensed transport. We deliver pooches to various locations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut and New Hampshire where their new families pick them up directly from our USDA approved drivers.

who we are & what we do

Weekly Transports

As of right now, unless we have some sort of change due to unforeseen circumstances, we leave every other Friday, arriving in New England on Saturdays.

Transports leave Tennessee-- typically from Cleveland, Athens, Knoxville and/or Kingsport. We make stops in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire (Quarantine drop off only) & New York.

USDA Certified Pet Transport

We have USDA Certification:
Pooches On The Move, inc.,
Class T Carrier
Certificate 63-T-0126
Customer #328507 (Expires 7/23/15)

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Ryder

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He’s doing so good. We had a huge snow blizzard last month and it was his first time in the snow. He loved it! But he didn’t realize he could poop outside with it. So he pooped in the house

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adoption

Interested in adoption? Great! If you haven’t already, please feel free to visit our Petfinder page. Someone special is waiting for you there!

Already approved? If you’re looking to pay for your pet, follow the instructions over here!

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Hi! My name is Ringo. That’s me, over there on the right! My brothers and I are looking for our new homes. We are beagle mixes, and just as cute as we can be. I’m hoping to get adopted soon, so that I can start my new life. I hear when you get your very own family, that your life really changes for the good. That you get lots of loves, attention, and a lot of toys. That all really sounds good to me! So won’t you please fill out an application and adopt me today? Click here to fill out an application!

Ringo

booking

If you are a foster individual or a member of a rescue organization and are looking to book transport for your dog to their new family, please do so on our booking site.

If you’re a pet owner or future pet owner, you typically don’t need to book transport yourself! Your dog’s foster parent will handle that.