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My name is Ringo!

Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Las Vegas, Nevada - Ringo
Photo 1 - Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Las Vegas, Nevada - Ringo
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Louisa's New Leash On Life Rescue

Facts about Ringo

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - With Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: Ringo - AN
What a face! So cute! Ringo is a young pup, only around 7-8 months old. He suffered from a skin condition, possibly demodex mange as a puppy, or allergies, but he is now on the mend and ready to find his forever home. Ringo is full of spunk and loves to romp and play! You should see him play with a ball all by himself. It's so adorable as he prances around! Ringo gets a long great with other dogs and wants to play, play, play! If you are looking for a fun and very loving puppy, then look no further than Ringo!

About Louisa's New Leash On Life Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

While our focus is senior, medical and special need dogs, we do help out other dogs as well.

Come Meet Our Pets...

1st Saturday of Every Month
The Wagging Tail
10170 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89147
12pm-3pm

2nd Saturday of Every Month
The Wagging Tail
10170 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89147
12pm-3pm

3rd Saturday of Every Month
The Wagging Tail
10170 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89147
12pm-3pm

4th Saturday of Every Month
The Wagging Tail
10170 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89147
12pm-3pm

5th Saturday of Every Month (if there is one)
The Wagging Tail
10170 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89147
12pm-3pm

Our Adoption Process...

Louisa’s New Leash On Life Rescue’s Adoption/Foster Guidelines some may say is similar to adopting a child, that’s because every dog we rescue we want placed in a home where he/she will be cherished for the rest of their life and also receive appropriate care and nurturing the dog needs to thrive.

We screen applicants as follows:

APPLICATION: We have them fill out an adoption application so we are able to see if the dog they are interested in is compatible with your living quarters.
INTERVIEW: Potential adopters are interviewed (during the dog adoption event, or we schedule a telephone interview at a time convenient) to ask the potential adopter some questions to learn more about their reason for wanting a pet, what their experience is with a pet, if they travel a lot, if they’re traveling a lot, will the dog have someone stay or visit them, etc.
REFERENCE CHECKS: We do request at least two reference checks, two if you have a vet and a family member. If you can not provide a vet reference, then we ask you for three reference checks.
HOME VISITS: We do quick tour of your home to make sure the home is safe and that the home is not cluttered where a dog can accidentally swallow something. We also do a yard check (if there is a yard) to make sure it is secure and the dog has no ability of escaping. We are not doing home visits to judge you on your decor, we are simply there to make sure that the animal will have a safe and wonderful home.
MEET AND GREET: This is usually done the same day at the home visit if you are adopting/fostering a dog from us. We bring the dog to your house to see how they react to the environment.
ADOPTION CONTRACT: We have every adopter fill out an adoption contract that states they must provide basic care for the animal that they are adopting , that they are adopting the animal for the rest of it’s life and it will be returned only to us and never turned into another rescue group or any shelter if for some reason they no longer wish to have the animal as part of their family.
ADOPTION FEE: We do charge an adoption fee, which is tax deductible and used to help rescue more animals
FOLLOW UP: We (Mostly Michael) is notorious for over following up LOL! We check on the dogs we adopt out and place in foster, sometimes on a bi-weekly basis. People who have adopted dogs from us pretend they don’t mind, but they probably do, but we don’t care because we love the animals we rescue! Eventually we back off, to maybe once a month