Giving animals a second chance is ingrained in every PAART members DNA. Its what drives us to go to huge lengths to give animals without hope a new lease on life. PAART Landpilots Teresa Gamble and Brandon Lyda left on Saturday in the Landplane for Columbia, TN and spent the night at a hotel. Early Sunday morning they met up with the great folks at Animal Rescue Assistance Team where they loaded 17 animals bound for Western, PA in the Landplane. These animals needed to move so they could get a second chance at finding their furever home. Without this process these 17 faced a dire future. Under the cover of the morning darkness the team departed Tennessee for the long trip back to Pittsburgh.
The first stop was in Gettysburg, PA where they met up with the Adams County SPCA to unload 9 of these special dogs. From there the team made its way to South Hills Pet Rescue where the next 8 were delivered. At both Adams County and South Hills Pet Rescue these animals will receive first class care and the best possible chance to find their furever home. Be sure to share this with anyone who is looking for a new friend. These dogs are amazing. Great work everyone!