June 22, 2009, La Quinta, California — Desert Jet, the jet charter provider for the Palm Springs area, has teamed with Lucky Star Cavalier Rescue, an animal rescue organization, to provide transport for animals rescued from puppy mills. Through the alliance with this non-profit organization, Desert Jet provides free air transportation for animals rescued from puppy mills that need to travel long distances to unite with their new foster and adopted families.
Puppy mills are mass dog-breeding operations where dogs live their entire lives in filthy cages, only to be used as breeding stock for more dogs. These animals receive little or no veterinary care and never see a bed, a treat or a toy. After their fertility wanes, breeding animals are commonly killed, abandoned or sold to another mill. Occasionally, these dogs are put up for auction. Lucky Star’s mission is to rescue Cavaliers of breeding age, provide medical care, and then find a permanent, caring home for the animal.
Since forging this alliance with Lucky Star Cavalier Rescue in May, Desert Jet has participated in two different rescue transports. Most recently, Desert Jet transported six dogs from a recently-raided puppy mill in Missouri to waiting foster families in California. See the video of the arrival on our community page.
About Desert Jet
Desert Jet specializes in private jet charter, and also offers a wide range of transportation solutions to include aircraft management, shared ownership with locally-based aircraft, block charter and whole-aircraft ownership. Desert Jet’s pilots are some of the most experienced and well-trained pilots in the industry, with an average flight time of over 7500 hours. Two captains are assigned to every charter and Desert Jet boasts a perfect safety record. For more information please call (800) 381-JETS, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.desertjet.com.
About Lucky Star
Lucky Star Cavalier Rescue, a non-profit charitable organization – 501(C)(3) has rescued over 1200 animals from puppy mill situations since its formation in 2000. Volunteers, foster and adoptive families, and donations are needed and welcomed. For more information, visit www.luckystarcavalierrescue.org.