Pam and I had the real pleasure of flying a very shy Cassie and a very active Benny on their journey to their new furever home.
We teamed up again with Mike Malaro with Flying Mutts Rescue and transported 11 dogs this past weekend from rescues in North and South Carolina to rescues in Rhode Island.
Rescue Mission Details
Brownie is a 14-year-old dog who was no longer wanted by her family. She was going to be dropped off at a local pound and the family was going to go get a younger dog. Brownie was rescued to go live out her final time in a loving rescue.
Mission – Turning Remington and Diamond into Piper and Dakota
Here is another story about one of our recent Pilot.dog dog rescue flights where we flew two rescue dogs north so they could be adopted into their new forever homes.
Mission – To Get Holly’s Puppies to Safety
Facing being put down the next day, these lovely puppies were rescued and made it safely to new homes, thanks to some awesome teamwork.
Mission – To fly these two amazing hound dogs to new lives in a better place.
The flight for Big Mac and Willow was memorable for sure. It was the first time we had a volunteer with us on the plane and it was a wonderful experience.
As a dog rescue pilot we get to fly into a number of airports. This post is the first, in what I hope is many to come, about airports pilots should consider using for rescue flights.
Mission – Quickly Getting Aspen Out of South Carolina
Aspen was an adorable puppy who needed transport out of South Carolina quickly to avoid going back into a shelter.