Over 45 Shelter Dogs Rescued from Overcrowded Texas Shelters Have Been Successfully Flown to Oregon

Over 45 shelter dogs have been successfully flown to a new home in Oregon after being rescued from…
Over 45 shelter dogs

Over 45 shelter dogs have been successfully flown to a new home in Oregon after being rescued from overcrowded shelters in Texas. Wondercide, a pet-friendly brand vowed to send the proceeds from their sampler box designed over the holiday to Dog is My CoPilot.

This non-profit pet company flew animals from overcrowded shelters to where they will be adopted by perfect families. Wondercide and its customers used the funds they raised for Dog is My CoPilot to sponsor a rescue flight of over 45 shelter dogs.

These dogs were taken away from overcrowded shelters in Texas and flown out. The canines met Peter E. Rork, the volunteer pilot who set up Dog is my CoPilot.

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Rork carefully loaded these shelter dogs onto the plane and flew them to Oregon. These dogs were then met by adopters who already had homes for them.

Each dog received a goodie bag after it landed in Oregon. The goodie bag had some Wondercide gifts. After this, the dogs went to live with the adopters hand-picked for them. Wondercide teamed up with  Dog is My CoPilot to rescued these shelter dogs that were at the risk of being euthanized.

Bubbles is one of the shelter dogs rescued. The shelter dog was found at a car wash in Texas. She has undergone several surgeries due to her injuries. She might need a few procedures in the future. Fortunately, she now lives in an Oregon foster home.

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