Deaf Dogo from TX to AZ

Deaf Dogo from TX to AZ

A deaf Dogo Argentino puppy needed to get to special training in Sierra Vista, AZ.  He was based in San Antonio, TX. Shawna had enough volunteer pilots to get the job done and worked hard to coordinate the 600+ mile, multi-leg flight with Dana out of San Antonio and Ralph out of Las Cruces, NM.  The little dogo should have a full life with the right family.

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Lex with his layover with volunteers Pat and hubby.

Lex with his layover volunteers Pat and hubby.

Lex completing his flight with Pilot Ralph

Lex completing his flight with Pilot Ralph

Yeah.  This will work.

Yeah. This will work.



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5 Responses to “Deaf Dogo from TX to AZ”

  1. Sandra Krause 08. Mar, 2014 at 9:41 am

    Another wonderful story from PNP! Thank you so much for all you do.
    Our rescue in Southern Arizona has a blind puppy and I am wondering where this precious pup is for his training in Sierra Vista. I would appreciate having the trainer’s contact info if at all possible. Thanks again for everyone’s hard work.

  2. Yeah for Lex!!!
    Huge thanks as always to PNP and the entire volunteer team who helped coordinate getting Lex from San Antonio to Arizona for his training!! Another life saved!

  3. Will he be available to adopt? Please let me know.

    Thank you.

  4. Carrie Mulalley 08. Mar, 2014 at 10:44 pm

    If I had to pick one word to describe you, it would be SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS! I don’t really know what it’s meaning is but ever since I was a child, to me it has meant something beyond magical, and that is what you are! Thank you so much, from me and ALL the animals you have helped.

  5. Patricia Shaw 09. Mar, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    First, thank you for all the wonderful work you people do. It is so inspiring and heartwarming. I’m writing because I have some Friends on Favebook who are deaf and great lovers of dogs. I will send your post to them and hopefully get this out to their deaf community. They have adopted deaf dogs in the past.
    Thanks again,
    Trish Shaw