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On April 10th, Pilots to the Rescue teamed up with the Ulster County SPCA for a lifesaving flight. Top Dog pilot Michael Schneider flew 12 dogs, including a mother and her nine nursing puppies, to New York to save them from euthanasia. Horry County Animal Care and Control in South Carolina and the Highlands County Animal Shelter in Florida reached out for help with these animals in need. Ulster County SPCA stepped up to take them, and Palmetto Animal League in South Carolina kept the dogs safe until transport.
Sweet Momma and her 9 puppies, Max a lovable lab, and Reeses who is as sweet as his namesake, traveled to the Ulster County SPCA last week. Max (now Andy) has already been adopted! Reeses is available for adoption now., and Sweet Momma and her puppies will all be available for adoption as soon as they are old enough. We were thrilled to help save these deserving dogs and so grateful to all the groups involved for their life-saving work. Read the media reports about our new partnership with Ulster County Humane and this inaugural flight: