Nearly Three Years After His Flight With PNP, A Dog Named ‘Lucky’ Is Thriving In His New Home

Nearly Three Years After His Flight With PNP, A Dog Named ‘Lucky’ Is Thriving In His New Home

In August of 2010 one of your pilots flew to Kentucky and picked up a dog named Lucky, a great pyranees starved to skin and bones. I am a volunteer with Gentle Giants, founded by Candi Bright, who received Lucky and nursed him back to health.
I was honored to be allowed to adopt Lucky.  This is him last April..  Thought someone in your group would like to see him
He sends his love to all!
Before PNP Flight

Before PNP Flight

before

After PNP Rescue Flight

–Perry Pawlyk
                                                                                  
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8 Responses to “Nearly Three Years After His Flight With PNP, A Dog Named ‘Lucky’ Is Thriving In His New Home”

  1. Boy Lucky, your absolutely beautiful. What real love looks like!!!!!

  2. This is why each and every pup are blessed to have people like All of you. Thank you for saving so many souls.

  3. Beautiful….thank you!

  4. Thanks you, PNP. Lucky has become a gorgeous dog!

  5. Oh my he turned out beautiful.

  6. Absolutely makes you cry for joy!!! Blee Y’all!

  7. Looks like Lucky won the doggie lottery

  8. Lucky really is very lucky!