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So here is a recent Pilot.dog flying story. (more…)

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Earn your Pilot.dog wings now. (more…)

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Not long ago Pam did a ground transport for a dog named Gus. At the time, Pam noticed Iggy’s name on Gus’s Health Certificate. When she picked Gus up she heard another dog bark and thought that another dog may be with the same foster and got concerned. She called Gus’s foster, Linda and she put Pam in contact with the rescue that handled Gus. (more…)

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So yesterday I posted an update about a miserable broken propeller related part that was going to cost a fortune to repair. See this story.
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The unbelievable battles that everyone in dog rescue faces on any given day are daunting and their courage in facing them is immense.
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Followers of the work we do at Pilot.dog will recognize the name Plato Pet Treats. Plato is an exceptional corporate sponsor of the rescue work we do and has been an amazing friend to so many dog rescues. (more…)

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We were contacted by Eilli of Mr. Bones & Company to do a transport for some puppies. Someone say PUPPIES?!?!?! We love puppies! So we asked one of our favorite volunteers and Patreon supporter, Kathy Phelan to help us with our trip. (more…)

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This was a special trip that wound up with us flying up the Hudson River in New York City, below the tops of skyscrapers so we could take Same to her new future. (more…)

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We’ve added another fundraiser t-shirt for you to brag about how you feel about dogs. (more…)

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Well it’s official, the United States Air Force auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol (CAP), will apparently let anyone in since I just passed my CAP instrument pilot checkride on one heck of a windy day. That was a workout. (more…)

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