This is my first attempt to post and I can't see how to post a request on the ride board. I need to get 3 Yorkieboys from the Oakland, CA area to Littleton, CO. That seems too far for the 300 mile flyout limit. I have ground transportation that can get them to Cheyenne, WY, so perhaps it makes more sense to do that and request a flight from Cheyenne to Littleton. Sorry to be such a dummy! Thanks! WrenYorkieRescue@aol.com
On the Board Index Page, where you found this forum, you will also see a forum titled:
Ride Board: Animals Needing Transport. Click on that forum an open it.
2. On upper left of page you will see NEW TOPIC, click on that because your request is new.
3. Have sending and receiving zip codes on hand along with all the pertinent information about the animals and contacts
4. Fill in the subject line, zip codes, answer ALL the pre-launched questions in the form
5. Scroll down and click on Submit, your request is now posted.
You can log in and check your request every day on the board buy clicking on an opening your post and looking for any replies from pilots. You will also receive an automated email if anyone at all replies to any of your posts. You can read that email and follow the instructions their, clicking on the link they provide for you to take you directly to the message.
PLEASE EVERYONE, take a minute and read the FAQ section that is listed on the top of every single page of the working forum boards. You will see a plane icon with the word Pilots and a Lifesaver Ring with the word Rescue. The biggest percent of all your questions can be answered there. Also important information at the top of each section of the forum . For example, there is an article on the top of the Ride Board Forum about parvo, dogs overheating, etc. Take a few minutes and learn what is here for you. We do our best to cover a lot of it and it's all to support you. We also have a question section forum as a choice where you can click on it and one of three monitoring advisors will guide you, answer your questions, etc.
Thanks for helping the animals!