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OBOL Animal Transport Project  

The OBOL Transport Project  provides comfort /care items: blankets, towels, food, treats, toys, pet clothes, carriers and more to local groups that rescue small dogs from euthanization and transport them to their loving homes across America. OBOL is proud to have provided items for rescue transports to Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Montana, Idaho, Texas, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, Ohio and many other states and internationally, including Canada and Mexico. The animals are transported via vans, planes and cars. Comfort items go a long way in putting the animals at ease during the sometimes long journey by providing warmth and a sense of security.

OBOL steps in to provide critical services that ensure animals’ health and well-being are protected during their long and stressful journey.  Eileen and Brad and specially trained OBOL volunteers provide hands-on assistance with large-scale relocation projects, making sure all the animals have the correct I.D. bands, food, water and immunizations prior to being transported.

Critical Services

We also provide carriers, blankets, towels, treats, leashes/collars, toys, absorbent pads and even pet clothing to keep small dogs warm during their plane rides. These comfort and care items go a long way toward reducing trauma and putting the animals at ease by providing warmth and a sense of security.

We help to over 1,800 “death row” animals a year. 

OBOL helps about 800 animals a year for one animal rescue. “We wanted to send you a huge thank you for your generous donation of blankets, sweaters, towels and food. Each dog had a cozy sweater and blanket for the flight to their new homes to New England states.” -- The Flying Chihuahua Project

Lastly, we assist with the process of transporting animals themselves, from overcrowded, high-kill shelters to alternative animal rescue facilities and organizations with no-kill policies.  In these instances, we provide hands-on assistance readying animals for transport, and also supply goods and supplies (carriers, blankets, toys, collars/leashes, etc.) to ensure the animals are moved safely and comfortably.

Animal Transport

“The Wings of Rescue 3rd Annual Holiday whisked 500 shelter pooches aboard 14 flights to 11 cities up to the Pacific Northwest, saving each from near-certain euthanasia…..And it wouldn’t be possible without the dog collars, harnesses, crates and blankets furnished by Operation Blankets of Love in Granada Hills.”  -- Los Angeles Daily News 12/10/13


“There are many animals I shelters suffering from cold and wet conditions; some of these animals are housed outside.  Operation Blankets of Love is dedicated to providing rescue groups and shelters with blankets, pet beds, treats, dog houses and other pet-related items.” -- Animals First Foundation, Washington State


OBOL is proud to have provided items for rescue transports to Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Montana, Idaho, Texas, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Nevada, Arizona, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, Ohio and many other states and internationally, including Canada and Mexico.


Wings of Rescue effort flying hundreds of saved dogs with supply assist by Operation Blankets of Love!
Click here to read the whole story and see a televised report: http://www.kobi5.com/news/local-news/item/wings-of-rescue.html -- Wings Of Rescue

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Operation Blankets of Love Provided Supplies for a 200 Dog Transport to New Homes!
 
Brad putting on a donated collar for the airlift
 
Brad with pilot donating crates
 
   
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