Volunteer pilots fly injured, stray dogs for treatment

Volunteer pilots fly injured, stray dogs for treatment

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Volunteer pilots fly injured, stray dogs for treatment” – below is their description.

Pilots Jeremy Hall and Angelo Peterson-Valdez fly injured and stray dogs from communities in northern Ontario to the Greater Toronto Area for veterinary treatment.

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