RHINO

RHINO

Like his name, he has the muscles of one of the mightest animals of the African plane. When he trots across the yard, you can feel the Earth shudder.  But then you look at this silly crossed eyed face and you just have to laugh. Rhino is two French fries short of a Happy Meal but with looks like his, who cares?  He loves his baby pool and though he's too thick to go for long walks. If you're looking to take a walk on the wild side, then sponsoring this beast is for you!

ARNOLD

ARNOLD

Named after the California governor (well at least the one that used to be big and buff) Arnold is one big ass boy!!  And unfortunately he's got the "tude" to go with the muscles.  So because of this , he cannot be put up for adoption.  But we deal with his sometimes grumpiness and he has now become our founder, Tia's sidekick because she's the only one who will put up with him. Why are all the good lookin' ones a*@hol@s??  But they say, ladies love the bad boys.

SPECIAL NOTE: Arnold appreciates the sponsorship. His favorite thing: anything edible. HIs second favorite thing: anything edible. His third favorite thing: anything edible….his forth favorite thing….. :)

CALIBOS

CALIBOS

Our resident gargoyle awaits your presence. Calibos has always been a mysterious yet spunky character. But don't let his monster like looks scare you off. He's actually a very lovable guy and LOVES to play in the water after a nice long walk. If you're looking for a "wild" time then this little creature needs your sponsorship!

BABY LEROY

BABY LEROY

This cutie pie is a Pit Bull/Lab mix or what we call a "Plab". And he totally acts like a goofy Lab. This little guy gave me quite the adventure when I first met him.  I got a distress call from an entire neighborhood that a stray Pit Bull had somehow gotten into someone's backyard and was acting aggressive and no one could get near it. Animal Control had been called and they didn't have the time to get out there. So I went to the house and there was who I now call "Baby Leroy". Growling and shaking, it took me about an hour of wrestling with him in the bushes, under the house, you name it, but I finally convinced him I was his friend. The second I put a leash on him, he completely remembered he was a dog and became the sweetest pooch ever. Baby Leroy is a handful but silly at the same time.  He can be a little insecure and loves his crate (its his security blanket) Unfortunately as time went on, his securities grew even stronger and to the point where he is unadoptable.

KING

KING

This ebony beauty is one of our Hurricane Gustav dogs which means he survived a horrible natural disaster along with his other buddies: Buttercup, Sharky, Spot, Sweet Pea and Tiki. With the help of Best Friend's Animal Sanctuary who made the long drive out to California, in the middle of the night, they brought us our latest "hurricane crew". Now back in his home state of Louisiana, King is a confident and strong willed dog. He does behave around other dogs but does need to be the only dog in the home.  He also has some basic obedience on him and is very intelligent and wants to learn more.  He will need an experienced large dog person but he actually does better with women. Don't get me wrong, he's not aggressive with men but he will push their buttons. With women he's so affectionate and wants to please and melts in their lap. So ladies if you're looking for tall, dark and handsome and you want to feel safe at night, then this guy is YOUR GUY. At this time he is also listed as a Pit Pal due to the fact that it will take a very special and experienced dog handler to bring King into their home. For that reason, it will be difficult but not impossible to find the right home for him.

 

CASH

CASH

Yet another Katrina dog. Like so many of them, it took some time before they were over the trauma of what they endured. Cash was one of them. One can only imagine what these dogs went thru in those weeks of trying to survive until rescuers found them. Though Cash is very sweet, he does have some behavioral issues that warrants him staying with us. Help him forget his past and give him a uplifting future.

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