All of our Sula dogs have been out of the city for several days, and I know most of our friends have left safely with their animals already. Brando, Sula, Zephyr and I will be on the road shortly. But as I distributed pet carriers yesterday, it was clear that there will be some pets and strays left behind. Particularly pit bulls, which have already been rejected for evacuation by at least one major effort. More later...
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Tonight at Canine Culture, 8110 Hampson Street, New Orleans, from 6-8pm, you can meet Jean-Pierre (pictured here) and his two sisters, all of whom are looking for homes. The story of where these pups came from is long and I won't go into it here. But if you can't come see them tonight, they are also available by appointment.
Also, dog baths for $10, and beer!
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
We're getting ready for the first calendar devoted to New Orleans pit bulls! If you have a photogenic pit bull and would like to be considered, please email us. We'll be setting up a series of photo shoots to make sure we get a wide range of dogs, owners and neighborhoods. We might also be able to include some of your own shots, so feel free to send us photos of your dog(s) in a New Orleans setting, but remember we'll only be able to use high quality shots in the finished product. The 2009 Pit Bulls of New Orleans calendar will be on sale in October, and it will be a great opportunity to show how much fun our happy dogs are.