Villalobos Rescue CenterCurrently Closed
- Address: 4525 N Claiborne Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5049484505
- Ticket Price: Free
- 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.
- Admission is Free.
- By Bus: Poland at N. Claiborne
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi
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1.3% 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
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Walk the dogs..........DO IT!! Volunteer your time.. Make the best of it with the dog you are chosen to walk..Show them love and they will respect you.. People who wanna feel loved should only show up!!! Everything/one should feel loved.. One of my best experiences while in NOLA!!
I watch this show every night!!! Tia,Tania,Mariah,Jake,Earl,Mike,Armando I am so grateful to see the love u guys have for these dogs!! It is a blessing to see true compassion for the dogs & Parolees!!! to the Parolees u guys inspire me!!! Please know once u have mastered Villalobos the dogs & staff the world u can grab by the balls!!! I wish we had a trillion of u guys doing what u guys r doing!! God bless u all "ONE DOG AT A TIME LOVE U GUYS"
I love & respect you Tia & your family & your workers. I wish I lived out there in New Orleans so I could sit or walk with those beautiful dogs. I'm a 60year old lady who lost my leg & now I was told I have a Autoimmune Disease. And all I want to do is give my love to a beautiful animal, I record your shows all the time. I'm hoping by next year in Feb for the Sjogrene Conversation out in New Orleans, I will be able to come by and say hi to you & your beautiful family, & plus your beautiful dogs. Keep up the good work. Hopefully I will be bringing up some blankets...
I went to walk the dogs two days in a row while in New Orleans on a trip. I live in Rochester, NY and it may inspire me to do this at one of the shelters near home. I know several people who knew about Villalobos and its location, but no one knew about walking the dogs. I found it on the website after spending a while looking at each tab. More volunteers may bring more donations, I would put it in a more prevalent location on the website. The dogs all seem so happy and well taken care of...
I've watched your show. I love the way your family all interact and treat your babies with, love, compassion and understanding of all of them and their needs. Thank you for taking care of ALL of them...canine AND the occasional lucky feline. You know, if humans treated other humans HALF as good as you all treat your animals and your humans...this world would be a lot happier and a lot safer place to live. Keep up the super human work that Villa Lobos does. Love all of you ..two legged and four on the floor.