Update on Dog Flown By PNP Pilot Jeff Bennett As Part Of The Memorial Chesterfield 22

Update on Dog Flown By PNP Pilot Jeff Bennett As Part Of The Memorial Chesterfield 22

Hello, I rescued my dog, Pumpernickel, from A Second Chance in West Palm Beach FL. I was doing some research and just found out she was part of the Chesterfield 22 event on September 17, 2010. I saw the video on your website at the link below and thought you may be interested in an update on her. She is doing great and we are so happy she is a part of our family. All I know is she was one of six puppies rescued with their mother. We are still in contact with one of her brothers named Bear. 

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2 Responses to “Update on Dog Flown By PNP Pilot Jeff Bennett As Part Of The Memorial Chesterfield 22”

  1. Wonderful! I’m sure the rescue pilot(s) as well as all the people involved in their rescue, love to get updates. It proof of the lives they save and what a difference they make. Thank you for sharing and thank you pilots and ground rescue personnel. Bless you all.

  2. After I read the story of the “Chesterfield 22″ I was sickened by the continuing poor management shown at this so called “shelter”. It appears they are under new management with a real push to right the wrongs of the past and do the best job they can for the community and animals. I say appear as I’m a thousand miles away, but if their Facebook page is an indication, well, Praise The Lord:

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chesterfield-County-SC-Animal-Services/261789603868466