Blue, is the sweetest 3-year-old blue-nosed pittie. This adorable boy was found hiding in the bushes in Granada Hills, clearly abused and scared. No one came looking for him, which was probably for the best. Once he realized he was safe and would no longer be hurt, we got to see what a good boy Blue really is.

He must’ve had a loving home at some point because he knows how to sit, stay, give a paw, and give kisses. Blue waits to be leashed, is potty-trained, isn’t destructive, and loves his ball. He’s not possessive of his food or toys and is generally a sweet, calm dog at his foster home, where he lives with five chihuahuas and a female pittie. He gets along with all of them and has shown no aggression.

Blue doesn’t need much exercise, but he does look forward to his 20-minute walks. He has a minor limp on one of his back leg that is from a blunt force, likely from his abuser, but it doesn’t hinder his mobility.

Because of his past, though, he doesn’t immediately trust and need to be properly introduced to people and other dogs. His love of his ball and treats go a long way in teaching him that not all people are bad. And on walks, he is not fond of other dogs and barks at them. He is muzzle-trained, though, and is redirected easily with his squeaky ball.

Blue is a good boy who just needs a loving home, with kids over 12 years of age, that will continue his training and show him how awesome humans can be. Do you have room in your heart and home for Blue?

Please help us learn more about you by filling out our online application and we will contact you to arrange a meeting:


Sonny (now Buddy) is living the life with his forever loving family … he is now playing and enjoying his surroundings, cruising around in his custom made cart (Chetak Wheels by amazing Cree Guardino), and loving life!


Meet Blue, our latest rescue! Arezoo, a dedicated volunteer who is one our authorized pullers based in SoCal reached out to me a couple of days ago about Blue. She found him loose around the corner from her house. She found out he’d been at the neighbour’s house since the night before. Intact with ears cropped, no chip, no collar. They checked with the local shelter in case he was reported missing. Nothing. He gets along with all her dogs. He has thickened elbow pads which leads us to believe he was kept outside. Arezoo posted about him on nextdoor and on pawboost, and a couple of other lost and found pages. No one has come forward. May be his luck has turned (for the better!). We agreed to take him on while Arezoo & her partner John foster him and learn all about him. (We plan to have him kid/cat tested soon). In the meanwhile we took him to the vet for an exam as she noticed a small sore between his toes when she first saw him. By the next day it swoll up. The vet confirmed it is a foxtail which requires to be surgically removed. He also has a mild ear infection. He seems to be in pain when he gets up, so X-rays are also in order to figure what’s happening with his hip or back legs. The vet decided to keep him overnight as it was late in the day and they needed to examine him to make sure he can endure anesthesia for today’s procedure. We figured he may as well get neutered while under. Please keep Blue in your thoughts and prayers today during his surgery and consider helping us. Without financial support of friends and animal lovers who follow our work, we would not be able to help these beautiful animals.

Please donate at the following link to help!:

A day with Rocco!

A day with Rocco! He was on death row because of a broken leg! He endured the pain for weeks until @arezooshaytoon brought him to our attention and offered a foster home if we took him on. We arranged for the surgery and the foster family took good care of him while he recovered. We moved him up to NorCal and Venus’ family (the husky) took care of him for several days before he went to @filomenafarmssj until he found his furever loving parents @jeratti & @itsjuancarlosaguirre ♥️🙏 He had a play date with Venus, Gorgi and our other rescue (during Covid 19) “Chacho”