Posted: February 11, 2011



And he earned every bit of his name.  Alluding authorities for almost a year, this hot looking guy hung with a group of homeless people.  But unlike other "homeless" dogs, this one looked like someone spent some money on him and that he came from a caring home.  The first thing animal control noticed is that his ear crop job was done professionally which is costly.  So who was missing this gorgeous dog?  But that question didn't have a chance to get answered, as he began to get himself into "mischief".  And unlike most dogs owned  by homeless people,  this crafty fellow didn't always hang out with his camp or on street corners pandering for money.  He had his own agenda which sometimes landed him in the backyards of unsuspecting home owners, or in their trash cans or sometimes chasing their pets.  So law enforcement began the hunt.  He out ran them, out witted them and even ended up on the roof of a house to evade incarceration. All the while, his big alligator grin stretched from ear to ear.  He was having a blast.  Eventually animal control was able to catch him where he was given to us.  To this day, the Outlaw has proven to be quite the handful but all in the name of fun.


20 Responses to “ OUTLAW ”

  1. Pam Borgwardt on September 5th, 2011 12:39 pm

    I am sponsoring one of your pitbulls because iwant one of my own and cannot have one! I have 3 cats and a small house so a rescue is out of the question! Some day when my cats are gone I WILL have my own pit bull! I am sponsoring because I love your dogs and I love what you do for them!! You are an awesome rescue, thank you so much and God bless you for all that you do for these beautiful animals.

  2. courtney eckert on September 20th, 2011 9:46 am

    this pitbull is one of ma favs i am going to get a a way to sponcer these dogs

  3. Barbara Nuestro on September 24th, 2011 4:05 pm

    I’m so excited to be sponsoring Outlaw! I cannot wait to go out there and love him in person. I would adopt, but have 2 maltepoos, and a Maltese. I have volunteered at Villalobos, and found it to be a very happy days in my life. Thank you for thinking of this surrogate program allowing us to feel like we actuallu have our own baby pit. I love him already!!!!

  4. Barbara Nuestro on November 13th, 2011 12:13 am

    Have you deducted my donation to for my sponsorship for Outlaw yet?

  5. admin on December 14th, 2011 8:52 am

    Please use our contact us page for this question:

  6. Carolyn G on December 19th, 2011 11:45 am

    As soon as I begin my new job next month I will be sponsoring one of these beautiful pups. I can’t wait.

  7. Baldemar Medrano Jr on December 19th, 2011 8:31 pm

    Why isn’t Outlaw up for adoption?
    Do all of Villalobos Pit Bulls go up for adoption?

  8. julia on December 24th, 2011 8:02 am

    I’m brasilian, and I love dogs, the littles, the big ones, and people like you are rare, you have a beautiful hart, happy holidays for all and give a kiss for the dogs.kkkkkk, One day I’ll visit your center an know the dogs and you kkkkk

  9. Rosary Niepce on December 26th, 2011 3:13 pm

    sou brasileira, resido em São Paulo, não conhecia o serviço prestado por vocês a humanidade ajudando nossos animais, uma amiga me mostrou o site. achei lindo tudo que vi, parabéns, infelizmente não posso ajudar em nada, sou pessoa idosa, adoentada, com dificuldades de locomoção mas amo intensamente os animais, preferencialmente os cachorros. fiquei muito comovida com tudo que vi. Congratulações.

  10. Sophie Shannon on January 9th, 2012 8:24 pm

    I am a BIG fan of ur show and what u do and stand for. I never wanted a pit bull becuz of there rep and i have to many kids and animals to worrie about. But becuz of ur show and all that u do, I got my first pit a month ago, and i am so happy to have her. I am going to school to becum a vet tech, and i was able to adopt my pup thru the school. She is everything to me. I want to say thank u very much for opening my eyes to c the beauty and kindness in these gentle creatures.

  11. Tiffaney on January 21st, 2012 9:44 pm

    I love Outlaw!!!! He is so cute and looks so cuddley!!!! By the way im Tiffaney’s doughter isabella devanney i wishhhhhhhhhh that i could adopt him but i live in Harrah Ok please email my mom at the email address thet i gave please

  12. Dusty on January 28th, 2012 11:15 pm

    I love your rescue for the beautiful pit breed. I work at The Dog House Inn in Gilroy, Ca. We also work with a rescue and foster a few beautys at the facility. Happy to say I, myself got our Radar , pitty mix adopted while walking around with him at an event. Peoples comments were really hard to take espaciallly because he could not stick up for himself. It was a ridiculiously awesome feeling finding him a home, knowing alot of people pass judge. I have to give you *claps* and spunky *high fives* for what you do.I hope to one day be able to be a pit pal for one if not I wish all. Maybe even better adopt one, fingers crossed. Well give all the special beautys a big hug and a booty scratch from all of us at The Dog House Inn. Any time you find ourselves in Gilroy or near by we would love to do daycare or even lodging if needed. You all are great people, you all are like…. the pittys breed angels,….. PITTY ANGELS! Im sure all the dogs appreciate you but we do to such big hearts and welcoming ares most people can learn from. God bless and best wishes to each Beauty and each one of you!
    <3 always
    employee from TheDog House Inn

  13. marla on March 28th, 2012 8:25 am

    I have 3 dogs they all are house dogs and I have 5 cats, Bigge Boy is our newest member, he is an awesome pitbull. Total animal lover here, it’s hard to pick which dog to be pals with. They all need love!

  14. Sue Zabor on April 16th, 2012 4:31 pm

    I have sponsored Outlaw for a while. My daughter reently adopted a Outlaw twin. His name is J.J. after her brother. My new granddog is the best thing that has ever happened to us. We are now and forever putt bull lovers. We woldn’t think of adopting any other kind of dog again. Takes a lot of education in our community but I figure it is one person at a time to change their ideas about this wonderful dog. Love what you are doing and can’t wait to someday volenteer in person.

  15. Elizabeth on April 24th, 2012 9:16 pm

    I am about to start a new job and when i find out how much i will make im going to sponsor outlaw i seen his pic and fell in love with him. at the end of the year im moving to Florida and would love to adopt one of your pits i have grown up with a pit bull by my side since i was 5 years old i would love to help save them <3

  16. chad mcdaniel on November 24th, 2012 4:50 am

    i have a rednose pit her name is dixie rose she has to running pals roaddawg { mini weener dog } cowboy that a {chahoachhoa } long hairded there best of friends road dawg is a rescue i got from a nures that her husban was beating on him . i named him roaddawg cause he was in the truck with me i was a truck driver for 18yrs dixie i got from a man that couldnt take care of her . her mother got shot and i bottled feed her at four weeks cowboy is new to the clan i been rased around pits my hole life and i have to say the rednose is the most calm pit i have ever had she is good around cats and other dag and anamals but very protective of the family if a racoon or opussum comes around that another story she will get them she thinks there going to hurt one of us i trust her with my grandbabys i have told her to watch them and she hurds them like cows and dosent let them get to far fom the house . but have you ever seen a pit and a weener dog tree gray sqauals i got them in to running rabbits and the are a team it is something to see . i just thought i would share that with you all .. its the breed that gets the bad name cause the person behind the leash and a few to many bad apples use them for fighting and treat them very bad and they got a rep that needs to be shown thats not the way they are there loving caring anamals that need some one to love them back i hope your show will let the poeple see these diffrent breed ant just for fighting and attacking poeple and children for no reson it the asshole behind the leash that makes them this way …. i want to thank you from the bottom of my heart and your family and your husbens dream to help these dogs and to help the parolelys to get a new start on life we all make mustakes in our lifes no one is perfict and i mean no one but {GOD} AND HE SEEES YOUR GOOD DEEDS …… THANKS AGAIN …

  17. Kenny on November 26th, 2012 2:56 am

    I LOVE the show, & what all of you do to save, protect, & care for this beautiful, very intelligent, & very loving breed of dog! After I got my first pit many years ago, I decided that I really didn’t want another breed of dog! Funny thing is my late father, step-mom, my mom & brothers & sister along with my late girlfriend all had the misconception of most people on how good,smart & loving of a dog pitbulls really are & can be!!! After I got Storm my first pit she changed the minds of all family members! But Quizzie my present baby changed my late girlfriends mind & she fell in love with & was very protective of her as well! Quiz is my 4th pit. I have watched your show for several years & want to THANK ALL OF YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART FOR ALL YOU DO!!!!! Bless each of you & keep up the good work! I want to donate but am disabled & on a limited budget, was wondering if could make small donations when I am able to!

  18. chris on December 1st, 2012 6:38 pm

    You and your family are angels!!! God bless you and all you do for these babies.

  19. Alichia on November 8th, 2013 12:46 am

    I am a big fan of your show. I have owned a pit bull all of my life, except for the last few months because I moved to a town that has banned pit bulls which I didn’t know until a couple of weeks ago, but if I would have known that before I moved here I would have never moved here, because I planned on getting me another pit. I currently own a Chihuahua and he is also a great dog but I will be moving out of here soon partially for this reason and when I do I would love to adopt one of your pits preferably outlaw if he is still there but if not I will take anyone because I love pits. Until then I will sponsor one of them, and hopefully get to come and visit and help out as much as possible. I love what you are doing for this breed, they are really misunderstood.

  20. Rich Armstrong on November 10th, 2013 9:02 am

    Outlaw is a beautiful dog!!! He just looks like a rascal with that ear to ear “you know what” eating grin on his face!!!

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