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Simon and Scribbles

Simon and Scribbles

Wade Roberts headed out on a flight from Pearland Regional (KLVJ) in Houston to Hammond, LA (HDC) to pick up a collie, Simon, and a Papillon mix, Scribbles, who had been hit by a car. Poor little Papillon girl had a broken hip and leg. He flew them to David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport (DWH) […]

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Stolen Terriers Go Back Home

Stolen Terriers Go Back Home

A Port Aransas, TX woman’s ex stole her two 13-year-old terrier mixes in December. Six weeks ago, the ex and his new girlfriend were arrested (reason unknown) in Morgantown, NC and the old brothers were taken to a shelter. They were scheduled to be put down, but the owner learned where they were and tagged […]

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16 Puppies, 1200nm, 20 hours

16 Puppies, 1200nm, 20 hours

From Huey O’Neil: At eight o’clock eastern standard time, the wheels of six two four one bravo left Lantana Airport’s runway three three with one mission on its itinerary, to save sixteen dogs and puppies. That moment was the beginning of a twenty-hour journey that would lead Daniel Diamond, my instructor, and me on a […]

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Flying Hawk, Matilda and Dolly to Safety

Flying Hawk, Matilda and Dolly to Safety

Hawk, a happy one/two-year old lab was literally minutes away from being euthanized at the Conroe TX shelter, when a rescue group in Lincoln, NE was able to save him with promise of a transport. Matilda and Dolly, two of the sweetest beagles, were likewise facing a similar fate after they weaned their puppies (they […]

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FLIGHT to FREEDOM with Tom Autrey for Hope and Lou

FLIGHT to FREEDOM with Tom Autrey for Hope and Lou

HUGS AND SALUTE to PNP pilot Tom Autrey who flew sweet Hope and Lou from Bainbridge to Tampa, Fl to Lori Spaulding. HUGE THANKS Lori with Florida All Retriever Rescue (FARR) & Friends. SALUTE to Beth Yockey Eck for transporting them to the airport. We appreciate the pilots that fly for us, and all the […]

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The Saga of Saving Abigail

The Saga of Saving Abigail

Some weeks ago, I got a call from Ashley Pugh, a Houston rescuer. Ashley had heard about a stray-hoarder in Conroe TX, north of Houston, who was threatening to abandon her dogs at Conroe’s high-kill shelter. The woman, apparently, had been taking in strays and had decided that she could no longer afford to feed […]

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Pit Mom Destiny and her Babies are now Packer Fans

Pit Mom Destiny and her Babies are now Packer Fans

June 22 2014 Passengers – Pit Mix Mom Destiny and her 6 Pups. Leg 1 – Springhill, LA to Covington, TN – Flown by Chris Hilty Leg 2 – Covington,TN to Shelbyville,IL – Flown by Jim Carney Leg 3 – Shelbyville, IL to Madison, WI – Flown by Jason Christensen Leg 4 – Madison, WI […]

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Volunteers transport rescue dogs through Chanute by air

Volunteers transport rescue dogs through Chanute by air

Posted: Monday, July 14, 2014 6:11 pm | Updated: 6:12 pm, Mon Jul 14, 2014. link to original post Joshua Vail Tribune reporter Animal rescue organization Pilots N’ Paws stopped in Chanute on Saturday morning. Volunteer pilots Tim Seymour and Alfredo Jimenez flew from Wichita to Olkahoma City, Okla., to pick up five boxer mix puppies, a lab […]

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Pilot N Paws Flyaway event during Southeast Aviation Expo

Pilot N Paws Flyaway event during Southeast Aviation Expo

On Saturday, September 27, 2014 a special air caravan containing rescued animals will depart from the Greenville Downtown Airport in S.C. as part of the Southeast Aviation Expo. Their Destination? The cargo’s new homes and non-kill shelters throughout the U.S.  Each year, Pilots N Paws, holds a large rescue event. This event has never taken place in […]

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Catching Up

Catching Up

Determined to catch up. I flew on 6/5/2014 from Pearland Regional Airport (south of Houston) to Lone Star Executive in Conroe (north of Houston to pick up Cassie, the Pomeranian, for transport to Valley International in Harlingen TX (just a few miles from Mexico) to her forever home. On 6/3/2014, I flew from Pearland to […]

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