My story...

I've been an animal lover all of my life. I grew up on a farm in Pennsylvania and found myself bringing home both wild and domesticated stray or injured animals. So it comes as no surprise I have chosen Rescue as my life's passion and mission. I made my first official rescue of a shelter dog in October of 2013, when I drove from central Oregon, where I live , to Los Angeles , California to save my first boy , Romeo.  I drove 14 hours straight to be there on Sunday morning to save his life. As I waited on my paperwork to be processed to free Romeo, I walked through the shelter to see the other pups there. I had never been in such a large , city shelter. Although the shelter was quite nice and the dogs were well taken care of , I could not help but feel a huge sadness come over me as I walked past every kennel, reaching in to pet these poor discarded souls. With tears streaming down my face, I went by each kennel , said hello and petted every dog I could.
I knew my life was forever changed by this experience, I knew I had to do something to make a change.. This is when I decided to start rescuing dogs from high kill shelters.
Each dog here at my home would not exist had they not been rescued. This is unfathomable for me and many whom I tell their stories. This is why I started to rescue.
Here we are approximately three years later and I have started my own 501c non profit rescue... Rebel Souls Rescue is born...

At Rebel Souls , we feel advocating, bringing awareness and proper representation of the bully breeds is key to their success. I spend each day exercising, working on behavior issues, getting to know the dogs on a more personal level so that I am fully aware of their character traits prior to sending them off to their forever loving homes. Each dog will leave here crate trained, house broken and know most basic commands. I feel it is very important to know each dog as an individual to assure that when they are adopted their new owners  are fully informed of their new companion's pros and cons. Rescue dogs will enrich your lives and show you unconditional love.
We are always looking for fosters who are willing to take any of our rescues into their homes, continue training and help them become even better dogs than we already know they are.
To become a foster please email us, [email protected]

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