Dog Rescue

Changing lives four paws at a time

Read About Our Recent Rescues!

Melanie has been working with a dog rescue operating in Florida, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island that is dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned dogs and redirecting them to stable, loving environments that serve as their forever home or the bridge to their forever home.

The Rescue a (501c3) is a no-kill dog rescue based in New England. We rescue abandoned, abused and often neglected dogs from states with significant overpopulation issues and work tirelessly to place them in loving, responsible homes. They have been committed to dogs of all ages, breeds and those who may have pre-existing medical conditions.

The state of Florida has a staggering 200,000+ dogs that run through statewide shelter systems every year. In Miami alone, intake averages between 70-100 dogs per day. For a shelter that can only officially house 400 dogs, euthanasia is a sad reality for most. Each day healthy, adoptable dogs lose their lives. But we can do better!!

 




PALS SKY HOPE
Disaster Relief Program

Patient AirLift Services (PALS), through the PALS SKY HOPE Disaster Relief Program, is one of the charitable aviation organizations that provides initial airlift support into and out of areas affected by natural disasters.

How PALS Can Help!

PALS offers support as an aviation resource for the following:

  • Ambulatory individuals with urgent medical needs.
  • Certified relief workers who need to be flown in/out of the area, ie. Search & Rescue, Doctors, Nurses.
  • Urgent need for all types of supplies including food, water, medical, pet, and various equipment.

You Can Help PALS! Volunteer or Make a Donation to Fund the Mission.

Are you a pilot or aviation corporation interested in volunteering your time and talent in support of disaster relief efforts? Due to the increased air traffic and flight restrictions in impacted areas, we ask that all volunteers meet the following requirements:

  • A minimum of 350 hours total time for single engine, or 500 hours w/400 PIC for multi-engine or turbine
  • IFR current
  • Have access to an IFR-certified aircraft