Pit Bulls and Parolees Season 8 Episode 7 live stream
Pit Bulls and Parolees Season 8 Episode 7 live stream,Pit Bulls & Parolees is an American reality television series on Animal Planet which confronts the misunderstandings of the Pit Bull breed. The series debuted on October 30, 2009. It features the Villalobos Rescue Center and was originally located in Agua Dulce, California; however, the organization has relocated to the New Orleans, Louisiana area.
Pit Bulls and Parolees Season 8 Episode 7 live stream,Founder Tia Torres appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on September 24, 2014 and stated that her organization has approximately 400 dogs and that the notoriety of the show has resulted in “four times” as many dogs being directed to her organization.
Pit Bulls and Parolees Season 8 Episode 7 live stream,Pit Bulls & Parolees depicts the day-to-day operations at the Villalobos Rescue Center (VRC), including rescues of abused, neglected, and abandoned dogs, and the center’s efforts to adopt out dogs to new owners. The center’s founder, Tia Maria Torres, agreed to be on the show to help pay part of Villalobos’ then $25,000 per month bills. Since moving the entire rescue group, including all the dogs, parolees who wanted to go, and her family to New Orleans, the expenses have tripled. They are now $80,000 per month.The show’s main focus is the interaction between Tia, her dogs, and the parolees who work for her, during daily care and training duties, and pit bull rescue missions.
Tia states in the show: “My mission is to rescue; my hope is that one day I won’t have to.”
The show also depicts the interactions between Tia, her daughters (Tania and Mariah), and twin sons (Kanani and Keli’i). All four help run the center,with Villalobos’ staff of volunteers and employees, many of whom are the eponymous parolees
In 2011, Torres had planned to move Villalobos to a small town called Tehachapi, California, around 75 miles north of where it had operated in Agua Dulce. It appeared to be an ideal place for VRC to relocate with the overabundance of Pit Bulls in Kern County and a prison facility in town, with newly released inmates looking for work. VRC secured all the proper permits; yet, at the final moment, Kern County did not grant permission for the rescue to conduct their business in the remote area of “Old West Ranch,” Tehachapi. Losing all of her personal savings spent on the Tehachapi project and hundreds of man hours, VRC was forced to remain at the Agua Dulce location.