The airport offers pilots a $1 per gallon discount for dog rescue pilots, the staff os friendly and the runway is long and wide. To be exact it is 5,500 x 100.
Danny was yet another special passenger. He had a hard life before being rescued. Certainly it was a sad story but it has a happy ending.
Mission – Helping a Military Family This mission was an emotionally tough one. But a big hat tip goes out to our patrons for helping to support us to save Tonto and Ranger. Tonoto, a female, black labrador retriever and Ranger, a male, golden labrador retriever, belong to a couple that serves on active duty … Read more
Mission – Saving Two Dogs and Nine Puppies is the Mission of the Day This flight and the saving of these dogs, who would have otherwise been killed for lack of shelter space, was made possible by our amazing supporters and patrons who help us out for as much or as little as they can … Read more
Mission – Getting Layla From a Kill Shelter to Service Dog Training
Layla was rescued nearly at the last minute from a shelter in North Carolina. She is a sweet dog with a great attitude and Crisis Dogs NC spotted her within an hour of he being put down.
Mission – Puppies, Puppies, Puppies
On October 17, Pam and I had the pleasure of helping 11 dogs make their flight to life, safety, and a new future.
Mission – Relocating Hayden to His New Forever Home
Hayden was a great passenger with us on a recent flight. He’s just a big puppy and it’s hard to keep that in mind since he’s still so young. It was an adventure. You’ll see.
Mission – Deliver Puppies Up North
This was a mission full of giggles and puppy mischief.