our ultimate destination

is more forever homes

Working with over 30 rescue groups, flying into over 100 airports, PRP has rescued over 500 pets!

 

PRP FLIGHT LOGS

PRP has traveled over 67,000 miles to help give

500+ pets a second chance at a forever home.

 

PRP passenger profiles

When the flying ends, a new journey begins.

 

PRP IN THE PRESS

PRP is still just a puppy and the press is already taking notice.

We'd love for you to Feature Us and download our Press Kit.

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    PILOT FLIES DOG ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO REUNITE WITH OWNER

     

    Derrick Maxwell adopted a 61-pound pit bull mix named Kodak from an Indianapolis animal shelter in June 2019, but a neighbor accidentally let the dog loose. Maxwell said he searched for the dog for weeks, but Kodak was gone. A year later we has found thanks to his microchip from Home Again and the ASPCA & Pet Rescue Pilots teamed up to reunite Kodak with his family.

    Read the full article on the KTLA5

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    Dogs saved from possible euthanasia 
    flown to Calgary

     

    Twenty-two dogs rescued from possible euthanasia at a California shelter landed in Calgary on Sunday afternoon to be given to Canadian foster families.

    Read the full article on the Calgary Herald 

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    Precious Cargo: SoCal Pet Rescue Pilot Saves Hundreds of Animals

    "Talk about flying the friendly skies. About once a week, Julian Javor, drops off his dog, Shadow, at the Hawthorne Airport and hits the tarmac."

    Check out the Spectrum 1 News story on Julian and PRP!

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    PRP Reunites Spike with his family

     

    "Spike was lost after getting spooked by fireworks last year in Texas. Somehow, he ended up in Stockton, California as a stray. When officials scanned his microchip, they found that his humans lived in El Paso, Texas." 

    Check out KCRA Sacramento's coverage of Spike's story!

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    meet julian javor

     

    "In June of 2016, I began the pursuit of a lifelong dream of mine – flying. Since I was a baby, aviation has been a huge passion. Between you and me, it’s been more of an obsession – posters, model airplanes, a bed in the shape of an airplane, and countless trips to LAX with my father Sunday morning to watch planes land since the age of two..."

    Read Voyage LA's profile of Julian!

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    Volunteer Pilot Flies Shelter Dogs to Safety

     

    "Pilot Julian Javor doesn’t just fly the friendly skies – he makes the skies friendlier by volunteering to transport dogs from high kill shelters to safety."

     

    You can read the full article at Rover.com

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    Texas family reunited with long-lost dog

     

    "For an entire year, Spike the poodle was missing and his family in Texas believed they would never see him again." 

     

    Thanks to WISN Milwaukee for this great story!