Taffy was a stray set to be euthanized before a rescuer pulled her. The next job for the rescuer was to find a place to send Taffy so she could be trained and placed in a loving new home. Taffy was wearing the dreaded collar to prevent her from tearing stitches. She had a few wounds stitched up. Miss Harley was also a stray set to be euthanized until Second Chance Boxer saved her.
Taffy doesn't like other dogs, so that was the challenge for this journey. Harley was pretty laid back. We wish them many years of happiness in their new homes.
|Dennis at Morrow County Airport (4I9), the beginning of the flight to a better life for Miss Harley. She was a stray set to be euthanized until Second Chance Boxer saved her|
|Harley was a great passenger. She enjoyed the takeoff and was looking out the windows until naptime|
|Taffy was a stray set to be euthanized before a rescuer pulled her|
|First stop: Youngstown, OH to pick up Taffy|
|Team Mutt Muff meets Leg 1 pilot Dennis at Penn State.|
|It was a "two-girl" operation to get Taffy in the plane.|
|Leg 2 is complete. Thankfully, both dogs settled down nicely for the flight, after Taffy's tantrum on the ground at Penn State. Cheri poses with Harley.|
|Michele with Harley|
|Leg 3 Pilot Naji ready for departure from Deck Airport (Myerstown, PA)|
|ARF Pilot Naji delivers Harley to Maria and her son at Westchester County Airport (KHPN) in New York. Leg 4 Pilot Clark will now fly Taffy to her new family in Vermont|
|Taffy is welcomed home by Colleen and friends at Franklin County Airport (KFSO) in Vermont. Taffy's journey is done, and better days lie ahead|