Jefferson Parish Animal Shltr in New Orleans, LA with Reviews -
  • 1.Jefferson Parish Animal Shltr

    1 Humane Way

    New Orleans,LA

    6.83 mi


    Okay, the phone experience was horrible!. I turned over a sick puppy about two years ago and was misled with information as it relates to the process of turning over an animal. As a result, the pupp

  • 2.Jefferson Parish Animal Shltr

    1869 Ames Blvd


    5.60 mi


    very nice place to purchase your pet

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By: Lori ann L.
Pitbulls & Parolees
There is no doubt what you do has Love written all over it. Not just for God's hurting and rejected people but for his hurting and rejected creatures. I am a Christian in every aspect of the word. In a Gods word he says to take care of his creatures. We as Christians should all find time to volunteer at our local shelters and do our part in keeping the pet population at bay. For everything we face in this life there is an answer for in Gods Word. None of this mess has caught Him by surprise or off guard. Where there is a prison , there should be a program in place for shelter dogs to learn basic commands etc. then be GIVEN without cost to our Veterans for companions. There should be those that are trained and GIVEN to children and adults with special needs etc. Elderly people who live alone. There are so many needs and so many animals being put to death every day while all around them the cities are full of prisoners who could be giving back and making a difference in the lives of so many people and pets. You've got- People (in their own prisons) on the outside, Prisoner's(who are people) on the inside and Pets(who were in prison) euthanized and trashed. My brother was in prison and part of a dog program. He told me that was the best thing that ever happened to him. I had the opportunity to minister in a women's prison that also has the dog program. The women told me that it had changed their lives in ways nothing else had. It works ! Animals can break steel doors that humans put up. My soul says God gave us critters to melt ice to steel and break glass to stone . How can we fight to save shelter animals who are not just a number but a life created by God and pair them up with someone's son, grand son, father, brother, uncle, cousin, daughter, grand daughter, mother, sister, aunt or friend in prison who's not just a number but a human being also created by God , the opportunity to live and thrive, be responsible, and make a difference, to give back , to feel needed, to have purpose, but most of all , to share and know unconditional love . Surly to God , there has to be some way to save them both ? Praying !!!!!
By: Deb H.
Pitbulls & Parolees
Hi, my name is Debbie Hains and I watch your show everyday,laughing,crying and wondering how you do it everyday! We have two rescued pit bulls from the Baltimore area. Thanks to our daughter who went to college in towson, md. She went to a rescue which is just full of pit bulls., and fell in love with a puppy pit named Samson, well when she brought him home for the first time ,we fell in love with him right away and he the same because he didn't want to go back home with our daughter. Then in her senior yr. of school she did it again,a pity who was going to be put down the next day, brought him home and the same thing happened . So they are our dogs and wouldn't have it any other way! Dexter and samson are the best of buddies and I have to saywouldnthave any other breed!! Our whole Hains family now has 7 PITYS in our families together. ALL RESCUES!!
By: Shawn G.
Pitbulls & Parolees
Hi Tia, my name is Shawn , I love your show and I have two pits one is name Sasha she's 7 years old and my other is named Chevy I rescued her last winter it was 7 degrees out side I went to every home I could see. And no one would clam her so I took her in also have three other dogs that are older but what makes this family so is I have two kids 3 and 4 and we all stick together. Why do I till you all this you and I have so much in common. I would love to come meet you some time next year. Also would love to see some of the dogs I wish I could do as you do for these dogs. If you wanted my contact info is email is or 812- 508-1872
By: Nicholas P.
Pitbulls & Parolees
Hello my name is Nicholas and I have two beautiful pits and every time I watch your show I just look at my baby's and I am glad that there are ppl out there as amazing as you and your family I just wanted to leave y'all a review saying that I appreciate everything you guys do for the breed because they are a very miss understood breed and I think you guys make a big difference in the world.. I just wanted to tell y'all how much I love to see how much you guys help them and hopefully one day I am lucky enough to meet you Tia cause you are an amazing women not very many ppl do the things you do for dogs and ppl like you do and your just amazing
By: Tyler M.
Pitbulls & Parolees
hello my name is Tyler Meikle I am contacting you through this website because I'm in desperate need of my pitbull Dalmatian to have a good home I have done the best I could while I have had her she is so loyal an such a happy dog I got her when she was seven years old I no a bit late to to start a relationship like the one we have i live in maine an I am no longer allowed to have her where I live I refuse to let her go to an animal shelter here because I fear they will put her down I love her more then I do myself her name is Himalaya Jean and a Laya Jean for short I have tried all other options your my last hope
By: Donna A.
Pitbulls & Parolees
hello Tia! my name is donna atmore{} I would like to share with u a beautifull success story. my nephew joe rescued a pitbull named sitiva.....she is all of 13 yrs old! she is such a happy girl, that she just had a puppy last nite.....she had 1 baby, and both r doing great!.....just think....almost 100yrs old and having a baby! wow! just wanted u to here a great success nephew joe says...he would love to meet u all! thank u for taking the time to read this! we love u and all u do! I admire u tia....keep up GODS work!
By: Nikki W.
Pitbulls & Parolees
I watch your show all the time with my pit bull Harley... aka Harley Quinn. I love everything you guys do,. I'm wondering has they're ever been an adoption to Canada? I'm in the outskirts of Toronto (Ontario) I'm trying to plan a trip to New Orleans just so I can come & visit all of & your dogs!! Also I'm wondering does your dog Xbox get along with kids (ages 15&11) and other dogs? Xbox storey really touched me , would love to give him a forever home.I have an idea for names for you guys X-men characters Marvel & DC Comics characters
By: terene.umad
Pitbulls & Parolees
The best ever Hello tia my name is tete I have talked to you before I watch the show every day I love the show and I'm a Pitbull lover I have 3 of my own now. I have been taking in pit bulls in my home for about a 2 years now. So I have had a few in I can't let dogs go homeless just yesterday our little dog got hit by a car but he's ok we have to take him to the vet. But watching your show helps me alot it helps me to train and other good things so thinks very much for your show it helped alot.
By: Rayann S.
Pitbulls & Parolees
Hi You guys I was just watching the show and I have my heart touched every time I watch it!! You guys are amazing... I am from New Orleans and would love to come visit the sanctuary and meet some of the dogs up for adoption!! Also I wanted to add... If you ever need another helping hand I would love to help!! If you wanted to contact me my E-mail: thanks and my God bless each one of you! Keep up the great work!! Hugs :)
By: Kenneth T.
Pitbulls & Parolees
I look at you show all the time I fill its a great thing that you guys are doing. Pit bulls are not bad dogs they are very sweet my zolo was a red noses and was very protective over whipping kids he wouldn't bite anyone he would get between you and the child. Please I would like to adopt from you i live in a big open place plenty of room you can email at taylorakaoc@gmail. com please help I miss my zolo I have pictures of him.
Tips & Advices
Most city and county shelters offer affordable spay/neuter services. SPCA and Humane Society shelters also are known for their low-cost spay/neuter programs.
Shelters typically offer spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchipping and some essential medical treatment (deworming, mange treatment) to animals being adopted from the shelter. For other veterinary services, you will need to find a vet.
No-kill and low-kill shelters will state it in their online profile and other official materials. They will usually explain what their process/policy is for looking after the animals in their care. These are also known as “limited admission” shelters because they are usually at full capacity most or all of the time. Also, they often work with rescue organizations or county Animal Services authorities to accommodate animals living in inhumane conditions, abandoned or injured animals.
Anyone can bring a lost animal to a county or municipal shelter. However, private shelters affiliated with rescues often will not accept animals, whether lost or surrendered by owners. Shelters with low-kill policies often have a limited admission capability.
Adopting an adult dog from a county or city shelter usually costs $75-$100. Young adult purebreds and puppies often have a higher adoption fee.  The fee to adopt a cat is usually about $50– sometimes with discounts if one new owner adopts two cats. The adoption fee usually covers the cost of spay/neuter surgery and essential vaccinations.

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