PnP Volunteer Covers Some Distance

PnP Volunteer Covers Some Distance

Stacy Owens, a PNP volunteer, piled on 400 miles by car to help save yet another dog.  She drove from her home in Van Nuys to Lancaster, Ca to pick up a cattle dog that had been left in the desert to die. The shelter asked Dorothy Stone-Inyou, of Redwood Coast Cattle Dog Rescue – Bodega Bay, to take in Sage. She agreed to take him if he could get transportation to Petaluma, Ca. Stacy and pilot Kurt Fuller arranged to meet at Harris Ranch, which is the half way point between San Francisco and Los Angeles, along Highway 5.

Stacy, Kurt, and Sage.

This isn’t Stacy’s first PNP transport. When she recently moved from NC to CA, she picked up a dog named Chico in TN, and brought him cross country, pulling a 12’ classic trailer, her cat and dog.

Dorothy, Redwood Coast Cattle Dog Rescue, with Sage.

Thank you volunteers!

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3 Responses to “PnP Volunteer Covers Some Distance”

  1. thank u so very much 2 all animal volunteers & rescuers !!

  2. This dog was so friendly, in spite of being very sick, with teeth and gum problems and serious tick bites. Thanks to Dorothy, who spent days at the vet while Sage underwent a lot of medical care and reports Sage is doing much better.

  3. It is wonderful to be able to help save helpless creatures and thanks to everyone involved in PnP, so many are saved!

    Yes Sage had the will to live and Dorothy saw it in her eyes, she later said.