Villalobos Rescue Center74 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 02:00 pm]
- Address: 4525 N Claiborne Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5049484505
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Family And Kids
The Pitbulls in Louisiana are at an alarming state and the Villalobos Pitbull Rescue Centre strives to adopt and care for these beautiful dogs and even give them to people for adoption. The centre gives medical care, food and maintenance to these gorgeous Pitbulls and search the right home for them.
If you are an animal lover, stop by at the place to simply give a loving hand to these dogs or make donations for their welfare. If you want to, you can even adopt one to take home with you.
Entrance Ticket Details For Villalobos Rescue Center
- Admission is Free.
How to Reach Villalobos Rescue Center
- By Bus: Poland at N. Claiborne
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi
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1.18% of people who visit New Orleans include Villalobos Rescue Center in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
75% of people start their Villalobos Rescue Center visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Villalobos Rescue Center
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Villalobos Rescue Center
Villalobos Rescue Center Reviews & Ratings
God Bless everyone at Villalobos rescue what you do is a great thing I have a rescued Staffordshire terrier there's just a special kind of Love and Bond that comes with a rescued dog or cat. Hoping to someday be able to come meet you all. Please keep doing what you do (proving that the attitude of a dog regardless of the breed Is the outcome of how they are raised and treated if you show them love they will show the same love back and vice versa. So please everyone show them love you won't regret it.
They are amazing people doing incredible feats. Take an hour of your day and go volunteer to walk some of these sweet pups and show them some love. it's very rewarding.
I love the work they do. Pit bulls are a very misunderstood breed. My only issue is why doesn't Tia hire women, she only hires men. I even emailed her to ask her but she never replied. The women she does have working for her are family members. I think she's prejudiced towards women. As a woman herself I think it's sad that she doesn't feel women don't deserve the same chance as men do. Not to mention it's illegal to discriminate because of gender. The work you do Tia is amazing but it's sad that you don't feel women need a chance too. I don't know why you hate your sisters so much but maybe you should see someone about that.
I volunteered here yesterday. I was privileged to walk a beautiful gray Put Bull Terrier named Heavy! This may be the closest I ever get to having a wonderful dog of this breed ( I'm not an experienced dog owner). So, I took photos with him! This will stay with me a lifetime!
Please Read... I think it’s so sweet that they give these dogs a second chance! I recently thought about getting a dog and I might consider this place to any pit lovers! I haven’t been here yet but I have watched the shows! I agree that everyone including animals should all have second chances. They don’t deserve to be hurt and abused or left behind to die, I will soon open up my own dog training. And just a friendly reminder I want everyone to know that you can help prevent animal abuse. Tell your friends and family who are dog lovers to go check out this website or place. If you tour the place you can learn more. I love pits and I’m an owner of three if one dies I’m checking this place out. I am so glad that you took the time to read this! Thanks again for helping these dogs they deserve the best!