Little Billings

Little Billings

Little Billings is a 14 pound, 18 month old American Eskimo dog mix that was stuck in a shelter in Corinth, MS for 2 months. It seems people down there want bigger dogs, so Billings was always just passed by.  Eskie Rescuers United, a nationwide 501(c)3 American Eskimo rescue, heard of his plight and went to work to find him some financial sponsors and a foster. In no time at all, Billings was on his way to freedom and a new life.

Billings and his first pilot, Jeff Spencer, leaving Corinth, MS.

Jeff Spencer flew from Corinth to Bowling Green, KY where he met Jeff May. Jeff Spencer is an experienced PNP pilot who has flown many four legged creatures, but for Jeff May…it was his first! I think he fell in love with Billings and the thrill of helping a little dog out.

Arriving in Jeff May’s Cessna into Cincinnati.

Billings is now in a warm home, getting some good food, and great attention from his foster mom, Peggy.

Any questions whether or not Billings is in good hands? Didn’t think so.

Karon Stewart, Midwest Regional Director
Eskie Rescuers United

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3 Responses to “Little Billings”

  1. How would one go about adopting a dog that PNP has transported? Are they all ready spoken for when you transport them? Where can one find information on a particular dog?Please fill me in on these details. Thanks for all you do.

  2. Karon Stewart, Eskie Rescuers United 01. Sep, 2012 at 10:06 pm

    Audrey, I believe all the dogs they transport are going to adopters or rescues, otherwise they would be on the streets. If you are interested in one of the dogs they have transported, just follow the story and that will usually tell you what organization has them.

  3. Hello Audrey,

    Since no one has answered you yet, I’ll take a shot at this.

    Some of the transports do in fact have a forever home waiting. Many are headed for a no-kill shelter or a rescue where, those folks will try to place them. Now, because Pilots-N-Paws is really geared toward timely transportation, tracking or finding a particular dog might be difficult but here is what I’d do.

    Go to the web site at, open the resources drop down, then click pilot tools or maps. Pilot tools will let you see transport requests to or from your area and allow you to see contact information for the sender. Maps shows all current transport requests. Click on a route line for the particulars and contact info.

    Thanks for your interest. Hope this helps!

    George (Pilot Volunteer)