My name is Latte!

American Bulldog/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Charlotte, North Carolina - Latte
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South of the Bully Rescue - Charlotte

Facts about Latte

  • Breed: American Bulldog/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix
  • Color: Merle
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10694837-16-0578

To begin the adoption process, please fill out the SOTB Adoption Application completely. Once your application has been submitted, our Adoptions Team will be in contact shortly to set up a phone interview and a home visit.

Latte is a super sweet and snuggly gal who does well with submissive dogs her size and larger. She loves kids, but cats not so much.

Here's a coat color you don't see every day! Latte is a fawn merle and white gal who's about 3 years old. She came to us after she was attacked by her pack mates and her owner was unable to afford the bill to have her patched up. Our amazingly generous vet got her taken care of and asked if we could find a spot for her to recover, how could we say no? Latte has fully healed from her various cuts and bruises, she's fully vetted and ready to find a foster or forever home. She is an absolute love with people, she can't get enough cuddle time and she loves to be right next to you helping you out with whatever you happen to be doing. For as much as she loves to be right next to her person, we're happy to report that she's also totally fine in her crate when it's time to go to bed, she has no separation anxiety issues at all. Latte loves to play ball, which is not quite fetch, because she has not quite mastered the concept of bringing the toy back. She's a big fan of squirrel chasing, and she does so with enough intensity that we feel she's not suitable to a cat-owned home. We're still exploring her dog friendliness, at this point it looks like she's going to need slow intros so she knows the other dog will not jump her, and she'll probably do best as an only child or with a relaxed male dog her size or larger. She's bunking with our trainer, so we'll have better answers about her doggie social skills in coming weeks. Her personality in general is super sweet and loving, she's a big fan of laying on the sofa, but will stick to four on the floor if you prefer it that way. Give her a bone, pour yourself a glass of wine, and settle in for a good Netflix binge, that's a night well spent if you ask Latte. Would you like to find out more about this pretty girl with the dreamy coat? Email and we'll update you with whatever we've learned about her since this writing!

UPDATE! Latte has a new best friend in the form of a male pit bull. She's showing great social skills in the form of inviting him to play and backing off when he tells her she's being too rough. We're so proud of her willingness to trust dog friends after all she's been through!


Our adoption fee is $225. This covers spay/neuter, microchip, microchip registration, all age appropriate vaccines, and any needed vet care.

About South of the Bully Rescue - Charlotte

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission Statement

South of the Bully Rescue is a 100% volunteer run, foster-based organization that facilitates the rescue and placement of homeless dogs identified as pit bulls. Through public donations, South of the Bully Rescue will provide all necessary veterinary care, including spay or neuter and any basic needs. Our mission is to promote ethical rescue practices, responsible ownership, financial transparency and to act as an intermediary to individuals or groups looking for support for pit bulls. Our vision is to strengthen and preserve the public image of pit bull type dogs through education and awareness.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have events in various locations throughout North Carolina. Please check our Facebook page for event location and times

4001 S. Elliott St
Chapel Hill, NC
Saturday, September 7th @ 1pm

Sanford, NC
Sunday September 8th @ 10 am

Albemarle, NC
Sunday, September 8th @ 10 am

4001 S. Elliott St
Chapel Hill, NC
Sunday, September 22nd @ 1pm

10 W. Franklin St.R
Raleigh, NC
Saturday, September 28th @ 1pm

Woof Gang Bakery
4221 Six Ford Rd
Raleigh, NC
Saturday, October 5th @ 3 pm

Eight Annual Walk for Animal Protection
Southern Village
Chapel Hill, NC
Sunday, October 6th @ 12 pm

Woofstock 2013
Durham Central Park
Durham, NC
Sunday, October 6th @ 1 pm

2nd Annual Trails for Tails Trail
Run & Dog Walk
Rural Hill
Huntersville, NC
Saturday, October 12 @ 7 am

Dallas Park
Dallas, NC
Saturday, October 26 @ 10 am

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Approval Process for South of the Bully

• An Adoption Application must be completed and approved. We call and check vet references to make sure any current pets are up to date with vaccinations and check length of time under vet care. We review all their current pets and ask questions about their temperament to make sure the dog they want to adopt would be a good fit.

• If a dog has been chosen, a meet and greet is arranged if requested AFTER the application is approved. If they have other pets, we also like them to meet at this time, if possible.

• The final step is a home visit. If the home visit is approved the potential adopters can begin their 14 day trial adoption period. Our adoption fee is $195 which includes spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccinations and microchip. If for some reason the dog isn’t a fit in their home we refund $95 of the adoption fee within the 14 day trial period. This is all listed in our Adoption Contract.

• We offer training support and resources for the lifetime of the dog once adopted. Our contract states that if for any reason they cannot continue to provide care for one of our dogs that it be returned to our rescue.