Villalobos Rescue Center, New Orleans
About Villalobos Rescue Center, New Orleans
Villalobos Rescue Center, New Orleans - Address, Phone Number
Address: 4525 N Claiborne Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117, United States
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 12:00 pm - 03:00 pm Details
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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.
Villalobos Rescue Center Ticket Prices
- Admission is Free.
How To reach Villalobos Rescue Center by Public Transport
- By Bus: Poland at N. Claiborne
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi
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I have never been to this wonderful place. I have 2 of the most amazing pit bulls, Ziggy and Zara. we have other dog and even cats in our home. Our postmen was afraid of the pits until he got to meet Zara as a puppy. We took them out trick or treating dressed in there costumes. They are both so gentle with everyone they meet. I'm so happy that this show has been there to let people know, it's not the breed, it is the people that have trained them or abused them to make them aggressive. We have to be more aggressive with the people that mistreat any animal for they are to blame for all the bad press out there. Give me a pit that is loved and cared for and I will show you a family member that is loyal and trustworthy to all around them. They are very forgiving breed. i proud to have them as members of our family. Thank you Tia and family for helping such a misunderstood asset to life and the live they show all that believe in them. Blessed Be
I absolutely love what Tia, her family, and the guys do to help the dogs. I've loved the show for as long as I can remember. Tia is one of the biggest reasons why I want to have my own rescue one day. I'm fully support Tia & her family 100%.
I’ve loved this organization and what they do. I’ve watched and donated to this organization in the past, but after my experience this afternoon, i’ll be less likely to support this group. I’m in NOLA for the weekend, and wanted to at least see where my money has been going to. Knowing they are closed on Sunday, all we wanted to do was drive by and take a look. Never got out of the car. We drove down the street once, turned around to leave, stopped to take a quick picture (never getting out of the car) and our car was approached by someone who was walking a dog. He had an attitude and made me feel as if we weren’t welcomed down there. He basically asked me what we were doing down there. I’m sorry because as far as I’ve been taught a public road is open to everyone. I’ll never donate money to this organization again. Absolutely disappointed in this organization.
We watch this show from our home in NC, so when we came to Louisiana for a family vacation, we had to stop by. This was not just a great experience because we got to see people from the show or see animals, though that was exciting. But it was a great learning experience for us and our kids to never take a pet for granted; be responsible, be loving and most of all...put some action behind things you believe in. Thank you for allowing us into your world, and giving our world some of you!
I think what everyone does at VRC is amazing! I wish I could be a part of it. I want to start a rescue here for Pits! Here the rescues are pretty quick to put down a pit, usually they have a couple of days at best. They deserve a chance at life and their breed shouldn't matter! Props to Tia and her crew!
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