This Forum contains guidelines and helpful tips contributed by Pilots N Paws members to help with the rescue transport process.
I am a private pilot, and I own my own aircraft. I have a couple of questions regarding transport. Do I have to supply a carrier, or is this something that is provided by the rescue? Also, are pilots putting these carriers in the baggage compartment of the plane, or the back seat? I am just trying to figure what is the preferred way.
Thanks for any help. I just want to have all the facts before I volunteer for a mission.
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I'm also a private pilot new to PNP as well... I was reading in another discussion thread and I think I may have found the answer to your carrier question. Below is a snippet, hope this helps you.
If you need crates for your transports, our sponsor Petmate provides them for your use. Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the size/s you feel will fit in the plane you will be renting and we will make certain they are shipped to you. We also request that you send photos and a short blurb about the rescue transports you do so that we can share them on our website.
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