Over the weekend, dog owners in Montana, specifically in Polson, came together to celebrate their rescue doggos. All of them shared their own adoption stories.
– Rescue dog owners came together over the weekend.
– The dog owners own doggos from the “My Dog is My Co-Pilot” project.
– The dog owners recently celebrated a doggo named…
Accordingly, all the doggos that were there were supposed to be euthanized because they were placed at a shelter that had no space and resources to take care of the doggos and other animals under their custody. Now, because of the program called “My Dog is My Co-Pilot,” such doggos are now given a second shot at life. The program will also fly doggos that need to be relocated in case the person interested in adopting them is in a far area.
The founder of the program, who also owns four rescue dogs, said that he decided to learn about flying a plane so he can fly animals and get them to their fur-ever homes. By far, they have already transported 13,200 animals.
During the latest celebration, one of the dogs celebrate is Trooper. He was run over and shot by his owner in the past.
To know more about the program, read the thorough scoop of Megan Mannering at – https://www.kpax.com/