My name is Leche (Courtesy List)!

Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in La Habra, California - Leche (Courtesy List)
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Orange County Pit Bull Rescue

Facts about Leche (Courtesy List)

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Leche is a 5 years old female pit bull mix. She is an active dog, playful and is always ready for love.
Unfortunately I'm working now full time and it is hard for me to take care of her. I take her everyday on bike rides, at least once a day, but I feel that it's not enough for her and even if I love her I think she is not being fulfilled. So I'm searching someone that can take care of her, that has enough time to hang out in during the day with her, but also somebody active that can run or do sports with her (she is really active). Somebody that can be a strong leader and that will appreciate an active dog, she is the perfect dog for somebody that likes to go outdoors and be really active.
She is not aggressive with people at all but if she doesn't get exercised she can get too excited and she will jump like a very strong puppy. She has never shown any kind of aggression to humans.
She is socially awkward with dogs. After having been exercised and in open spaces she can meet any kind of dog and she will be good. She doesn't really like to play with other dogs just smell the other dog and that's it. But in small places and with out activity she can be hard to handle and depending on the other dog and owners, she can get aggressive. So if you have other dogs I will recommend you to first introduce them in an open space, and still be careful until she really knows the other dog. She now lives with a chihuahua and she loves him, but she would need lots of time to be introduced living with another dog and would do best with an experienced dog owner.
She is really healthy but she have some past health issues, she use to have seizures when she was young and she will react to any food that is based on grains. So it's better to give her raw food or food that is barely full protein. I give her Origin and it works perfect, and I will recommend that you give her the same food.
How I said, the reason I am giving her away is because I don't have enough time to take care of her. I wish I could have more time, I love her and she is been my best friend for the last 5 years, but it breaks my heart to see her everyday just waiting for me. So if you feel she can make you happy and you can make her happy, please contact me. Also if you go on vacations or need someone to take care of her on a weekend I will be more than happy to take care of her.
This is not a temporary thing, it will be permanent and you will turn into the new owner but I will love to keep contact with her, because she is really special for me.
Additionally, I will give you a bag of food, 2 kennels (she is kennel trained, and loves having her house to sleep in), her collar and leash, and a bike attachment. For more information please contact Alejandro at

**Please note this dog is being listed through OCPBR's Courtesy Listing Program. OCPBR helps network independently rescued or family dogs that are in need of a forever home. OCPBR makes no representations or warranties whatsoever, express or implied, about the Dog's health, behavior, or temperament. To obtain this information please contact the dog's owner listed herein.

About Orange County Pit Bull Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Orange County Pit Bull Rescue is an all volunteer organization working to build a community of responsible dog owners. We accept pit bulls from a variety of unfortunate circumstances and provide them with a second chance. Since we do not have a boarding facility, all OCPBR dogs are taken into responsible, loving foster homes. The dogs stay with their foster families until their own forever home is found. We are also working on developing free and low-cost resources for spay/neuter, microchipping, vaccinations, and training. Contact us today if you’d like to be part of the solution!
Mission Statement: Orange County Pit Bull Rescue will work to create a safe, supportive community for Pit Bulls by:

1. Rescuing dogs that meet the standard temperament for pit bulls and placing them in foster care. Providing proper socialization, medical care and training to ensure successful placement in adoptive homes.

2. Working with our community to keep Pit Bulls from entering shelters. Providing support to owners to help with any challenges faced owning this breed. Offering necessary assistance such as free food and supplies, referrals and advice, and financial help when available.

3. Developing free and low-cost spay and neuter programs as well as vaccination and microchipping clinics for low-income pit bull owners.

4. Building a community of support for Pit Bull Owners by providing activities and opportunities for proper socialization; advising on positive ways to train your Pit Bull and help with behavioral problems; and education on responsible ownership and bite prevention.

5. Working to change perceptions of pit bulls by educating the public on the history and true temperament of the breed; adopting out breed ambassadors to responsible owners and offering assistance to owners who would like their dogs to become certified Canine Good Citizens and/or therapy dogs.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Orange County Pit Bull Rescue is entirely staffed by our dedicated volunteers. We have a network of foster homes in Orange County and surrounding areas.

How you can help: We are in dire need of foster homes, volunteers, and donations. Donations can be mailed to our address or sent via our Paypal account using our email address. We also need donations of dog food, dog beds, crates, toys, and medical care.

Check out for a list of upcoming events!

Our Adoption Process...

All of our wonderful adoptable Pit Bulls are screened for temperament, and placed in foster homes prior to adoption. Applicants are required to fill out an adoption application and recieve a subsequent home visit with the adoptable dog. Our adoption fee is $250 ($300 for dogs less than a year) and includes a spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, deworming, microchip and collar. We provide owner support for the lifetime of the animal.