15,000 Animals Rescued

This week, we rescued our 15,000th animal and are celebrating with a $15,000 matching campaign. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact people and pets across our country, the need to transport animals from shelters to loving homes only grows. With your help, we can continue this life saving work and keep the Big Dog in the air.

A Matching Celebration

A few generous supporters have provided an amazing $15,000 match to celebrate saving the lives of 15,000 animals.  Every dollar raised will be matched by these donors with the opportunity for us to raise $30,000!  Will you join us today and help us complete this incredible campaign?

We have rescued our 15,000th animal 🐶 and need your help to complete a $15,000 matching campaign to celebrate the…

Posted by Dog Is My CoPilot, Inc. on Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Lucky #15,000

S’more was part of a well loved group of 17 animals in El Paso Texas. Her owner passed away this spring and the family was overwhelmed by the care needed to support the pets and called on El Paso Animal Services for help. But as you can imagine, the shelter did not have space for this influx of animals.  

El Paso Animal Services contacted us and we arranged a rescue flight! We have doubled our trips to Texas this year with the help of the Petco Foundation and 3 new volunteer pilots. S’more and the rest of the 100+ animal passengers on that transport flight are now safely with one of our partners, One Tail at a Time-Portland, Oregon and waiting to be adopted into their furever home.

The Big Dog is Getting a Workout

We are fortunate and grateful that we now have 4 pilots that are donating their time to fly our rescue airplane, The Big Dog.  Many of our flights have been 2,000 mile round trip adventures to Texas where the need is growing to save animals.  With all of this flying, we need your help to keep the gas tank full. If you give today, your gift will be doubled and counted towards our matching campaign celebrating 15,000 lives saved. 

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