Loved at Last Dog Rescue is in need of traveling companions to assist us in escorting dogs from a variety of countries to Vancouver, BC.
We work closely with local rescues to ensure that the dogs applying to come to Canada are healthy, vaccinated and authorized to be transported. Once in Canada, the dogs become the responsibility of LALDR until an adoptive home is found. We will not transport any animal without an approved adoptive or foster home available.
As a flight companion all you need to do is let us know your itinerary. The local rescuer will take care of all paperwork and fees. They will meet you at the airport for check in, and we will meet you at the airport when you arrive. You will need to arrive earlier for your flight and customs will take a little longer once you’ve landed in Vancouver.
If you are interested and able to escort a rescue dog with you during your next international flight to Vancouver, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your flight itinerary.
Up to three dogs can be brought back per passenger and they are handled as oversize luggage. Porters are used at both departure and arrival airports so there is no handling necessary by the escorting passenger. Advance notice is appreciated so that we can ensure everything is set up.
If you are flying from Tehran, Iran to Vancouver (or any connecting city) please let us know!
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