Transport need orlando to Los angeles and back

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Transport need orlando to Los angeles and back

Postby arfshack on Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:10 am

ARF Shack 501 c (3) rescue in orlando fl, located near the airport seeking transport for a cattle dog mix to Los Angeles Ca.Transporting person will bring to Orlando airport and receiving person will meet at airport. A dog from LA then needs to come to Orlando again dog will be brought to LA airport and receiver will meet in orlando at airport. Person in LA is a behaviorist, one of Cesar Milans main guys. Trying to do without stops if at all possible. Date is flexible. Please call Sue at 321-377-4522 or email Thank you
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Re: Transport need orlando to Los angeles and back

Postby Debi on Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:19 am

Hi and thanks for posting!

The only possible way Pilots N Paws can assist with a transport this long is if you will search under the Commercial Volunteer Offers and see if one of those generous volunteers can help you. The distance you are requesting is far beyond what a general aviation small plane pilot can accomplish. I wish they had jets but as yet, none of them do at least not one they own !

Sending these pups by commercial aircraft or perhaps via operationroger, the group of volunteer truckers who transport rescue dogs is the best option to cover the miles needed. You can certainly try to set up segments with interim foster care in between volunteer flights but that could end up being very stressful for the pups.

Purchasing the least expensive ticket possible for a person to fly out and back would be an option as well. This time of year there are temperature restrictions put in place by the airlines for the protection of the pet but if you can find an early morning or late night flight it might work.

I know every one of us here would love to help, we just need to keep in mind that small single engine planes can only fly so far.

Keep us updated please!
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