Flying with Bruce the sheltie and COPA’s Bob Kirkby by Shelly Loree, a PNPC Transport Coordinator

Flying with Bruce the sheltie and COPA’s Bob Kirkby by Shelly Loree, a PNPC Transport Coordinator

Alberta Sheltie Rescue had a transport request for Bruce – a tri-colored little sheltie that needed to get from Humboldt, SK to his foster home in Calgary, AB.

Flying a Boreal Owl from Vineland to Thunder Bay Ontario

Flying a Boreal Owl from Vineland to Thunder Bay Ontario

Volunteer pilot Gerd was back in the air this weekend helping out The Owl Foundation in Vineland Ontario. He delivered the little Boreal Owl “as big as a pint of beer” to Thunder Bay with HOWLING winds up to 40 knots on the nose of his plane.

Puppies ~ adorable pups from northern Quebec heading to IFAW

Puppies ~ adorable pups from northern Quebec heading to IFAW

Sometimes it takes time to pull these transports together, other times it happens in a blink of an eye. This…

A Special Thank You to Keith Bjorndahl

A Special Thank You to Keith Bjorndahl

Keith Bjorndahl. It’s a name that’s not in the headlines, tabloids or celebrity buzz. But so goes the norm for an everyday hero – the ordinary people who make the world an extraordinary place to be.

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Our Second Snowy Owl Release – SW Ontario to Moosonee ON

Our Second Snowy Owl Release – SW Ontario to Moosonee ON

Our friends at The Owl Foundation (http://www.theowlfoundation.ca/) reached out to us for help with the release of a Snowy Owl; the requirement a volunteer pilot willing to fly far enough north beyond the ‘line’ where West Nile is present.

Sweet Koda

Sweet Koda

It is hard to imagine anyone would give up on a pet, especially one so pretty and easy going as…

Help PNPC Expand to Provide Greater Support to Remote Community Spay/Neuter Clinics

Help PNPC Expand to Provide Greater Support to Remote Community Spay/Neuter Clinics

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Inaugural Flight for Volunteer Pilot  – Flying One of the Puppy Mill Survivors

Inaugural Flight for Volunteer Pilot – Flying One of the Puppy Mill Survivors

Another of the puppy mill survivors from HSI Canada needed help getting to a rescue group that would help find an…

Puppy mill survivors ~ more flights to rescues!

Puppy mill survivors ~ more flights to rescues!

Three more of the 230+ dogs seized from the Quebec puppy mill by HSI Canada staff & volunteers headed out September 8 with volunteer pilot Wayne (aka Jetlag) to rescue placement with Finding Them Homes – Barrie and Area helping Northern Ontario Dogs.

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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