Transporters: Don’t go here!

30 May

Here’s a list of known locations frequently used for hand-offs / transfers on dog rescue runs.

Each location on the list is known or suspected to harbor parvo.

Source: OTRA coordinators.

Please walk your dogs and do your transfers elsewhere.

List of No Go areas:

Date Contaminated     Location2/18/2012 Birmingham, AL: Shell Station at Acton Road
2/18/2012 Gadsden, AL: Cracker Barrel (off of exit 181)
2/18/2012 Chattanooga, TN: Food Lion (Brown’s Ferry exit)
2/18/2012 Athens, TN: Burger King (off of I-75, exit #49)
2/18/2012 Abingdon, VA: Highlands Union Bank (Exit #14 off of I-81 on right )
2/18/2012 Roanoke, VA: McDonald’s (exit #146 off of I-81) & Days Inn Hotel (exit #146 off of I-81)
2/18/2012 Staunton, VA: Cracker Barrel (back of parking lot) off of Exit #222 (off of I-81)
2/18/2012 Lexington, KY:  Cracker Barrel, off I-75, exit 110
4/28/2012 Grove City OH:  Cracker Barrel at Exit 100 off I-71
4/28/2012 Cambridge OH:  Criacker Barrel at Exit 178 off I-70
4/28/2012 Wheeling WV:  Russell Stovers parking lot on Cabela Drive
4/28/2012 New Stanton PA:  Travelers Oasis
4/28/2012 Breezewood PA:
4/28/2012 Harrisburg PA:  Bob Evans off the turnpike
5/5/2012 ASHEVILLE, TN: Exit 44 Cracker Barrel
5/5/2012 NEWPORT, TN: Cracker Barrel around the back 1021 Cosby Highway, Newport, TN 37821-7323 (423) 623-0676
5/5/2012 KNOXVILLE, TN:  I-75 Exit 108 Red Lobster
5/5/2012 CORBIN, KY: Exit 29 Cracker Barrel around the back
5/5/2012 Lexington, KY: Exit 110 Cracker Barrel
5/5/2012 Florence, KY: exit 181 off I-75/71 Best Western 7821 commerce Drive  859-525-0090
5/5/2012 Springboro, OH: Exit 38 off I-75 Comfort Inn Springboro, OH (around the back facing the highway) 15 Sharts
5/5/2012 RICHMOND, IN: Exit 156B Mariott/Fairfield Inn
5/5/2012 Indianapolis, IN: Exit 130 off I-65 Starbucks on the east side of I-65 attached to the gas station.
5/5/2012 COVINGTON, IN: Exit 4 Wendy’s parking lot
5/5/2012 CHAMPAIGN, IL: Exit 181 Prospect Ave. Starbucks


One Response to “Transporters: Don’t go here!”

  1. OldCop May 30, 2012 at 1:26 pm #

    How exactly do you know these sites are “contaminated”? Any testing done? Epidemiology? Just asking.

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