PAART Gives Once-Abandoned Dog A First Class Flight To New HomeIn just two years since its inception, the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue League has flown nearly 200 missions to save almost 1,200 dogs.
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PAART Working To Rescue Dogs From Brink Of DeathOn any given weekend at the Allegheny County Airport, there's something special going on. Planes are landing filled with dogs.
Rescued Dogs From Virginia To Get Veterinary ChecksVolunteers from a local group jumped into action this weekend to save nearly three dozen dogs from a shelter in Virginia.
Local Volunteers Organize Mission To Rescue Puppies Set To Be EuthanizedA plane carrying 30 special passengers landed in Pittsburgh Saturday night, and they're all headed to new homes.
Emergency Dog Food DriveA local animal rescue group jumped into action to help collect dog food for a shelter in southern West Virginia.