I am sorry but I am unable to find any information on elective surgery for lung transplant in dogs any where. I have found lots of research information about using the dog as a model for human lung transplant, and research about the efficacy of anti-rejection drugs in the canine, but that is about it.
If I were you I would contact all the veterinary teaching hospitals in your country and others for information about canine lung transport. I will try to find out the same information in the United States and will post again in the next few days.
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