A furry family’s journey to hope

A furry family’s journey to hope

The combined efforts of many groups worked diligently over the past couple of weeks to remove a large number of dogs & puppies, from the isolated community of Sandy Lake ~ reducing the over-population issue. Many of these rescued dogs and puppies would not have survived the harsh winter with no food or shelter. The other option would be to ‘cull’ the population ~ remember there are no vets available.

The Lucky London 13 – a Petscort success

The Lucky London 13 – a Petscort success

We’ve been calling this sweet family The Lucky London 13. Admittedly there isn’t much lucky about being born a bully breed in Ontario, and Mom Harmony sure didn’t have much luck – tied in a basement where she was used for breeding, and then tried to sell her when tired of breeding her.

Chenille – Eastmain QC to Toronto ON for pregnant mama

Chenille – Eastmain QC to Toronto ON for pregnant mama

Remote communities, across Canada, are much different from the urban lifestyle most of us enjoy. That which we take for granted is often a luxury in those communities. Veterinarian care is virtually impossible to locate, in these communities.

Chenille lived in one of these remote communities. Her people knew that Chenille’s pups had little to no chance of a home (or survival) if she remained. With Chenille, and her unborn pups, best interest at heart she was surrendered to Centre d’Adoption d’Animaux de Compagnie du Québec (caacQ).

Puppy Max – pibble from Timmins ON to Halifax NS

Puppy Max – pibble from Timmins ON to Halifax NS

Max,a 4 1/2 months old pitbull mix pup, surrendered to the Timmins and District Humane Society had to get out of Ontario due to Breed Specific Laws. PNPC stepped in to help

Puppy – Natasha from Ganonoque ON to Halifax NS

Puppy – Natasha from Ganonoque ON to Halifax NS

The weather had looked good but volunteer pilot Oliver reported on his return “Wow, what a day, sun, clouds, snow storms, 12 knot cross wind landings, 35 mph headwinds, tough flying, glad its done!” Once again our volunteer pilots Oliver and Joe donate their time, planes and fuel to do a relay from Ganonoque to Halifax.

Igor’s Flight

Igor’s Flight

For one reason or another, this sweet boy has been bounced around having had 4 or 5 owners in less than 6 years! He needed a lift to get to his foster home where he would get the care and attention he so very much deserved.

Rusty On His Way

Rusty On His Way

Pilots N Paws Canada have worked with Collie Rescue Network on a number of occasions –this time they were looking for transport from Morden, MB to Saskatoon, SK. The post went up on the forum and within hours Shawn responded that he would like to volunteer.

Did We Say We Would Never fly a Bear?

Did We Say We Would Never fly a Bear?

Bear, a 5-year-old long-haired Chihuahua, needed a ride from Regina to Kamloops – that is a long journey. He was an owner-surrender going to Pommy Country Rescue. He had some special medical needs and Pommy Country was committed to ensuring he would be well looked after.

Roscoe – ‘black dog syndrome’, he waited 1 1/2 years

Roscoe – ‘black dog syndrome’, he waited 1 1/2 years

On October 30th, we were able to start Roscoe’s journey to his forever home; a home that he waited on for a very long time to have … 1 1/2 years. “Black dog syndrome’ does exist (though we love the` black dogs) and Roscoe was a victim.

Nellie the Northern Mom

Nellie the Northern Mom

Helping dogs in a remote northern Quebec community to get a 2nd chance in life.

Who We Are

Pilots N Paws Canada brings together the skills of a community of volunteers that can provide free air transportation to Canadian rescues and shelters that need help getting their abused, abandoned and injured animals to new beginnings within Canada. Spreading from coast to coast, the network of volunteers, Transport Coordinators and pilots make moving animals to areas of greater opportunity for adoption a priority and provide ongoing support to the hundreds of Canadian animal rescues that need that help.Pilots, Deanna, Copilots and furry passengers
As a non-profit charity we rely on donations to keep our program going. Your support helps make rescues happen and allows us to do the outreach needed to ensure we have pilots to fly. Our volunteers across the country are invited to and attend both aviation and pet events in order to share with other Canadians what we are doing and inviting them to also help out.

Your donation helps us purchase crates and other equipment for the pilots to use as well helps us to assist rescues with food supplies and support when medical emergencies strike.

 

All these happen with your donations and every donation over $25 will receive a receipt for a tax donation you can use at tax time as we are a registered non-profit charity with Revenue Canada. (PNPC Animal Rescue BN#808636088RR0001)
We give a 100% volunteer commitment to making PNPC the best program for Canada we can and with your support – we will.

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