Izzy grew up as a puppy factory, she was used time and time again to make money for her former family. One day, they decided she wasn't of much use to them anymore and stopped feeding her. Soon she found a way out of her yard and wandered to her 88 year old neighbors' home.
She was a big, starving pit bull....and all she wanted to do was be loved. Her neighbor started feeding her every day and restored Izzy's health. One day, animal control picked up Izzy and Zeke, another dog living at their house, for being out stray.
The owners were informed but never went to the shelter to claim them. The neighbor who had saved Izzy once before couldn't stand back and let her die now. She contacted her daughter and granddaughter and they decided to foster Izzy.
Her foster took excellent care of her and even attended training at Cesar Millan's Dog Psychology Center with her to help Izzy to be better adjusted around other dogs.
Unfortunately, life changed for her foster and she will be unable to care for her over the next three months. We don't have anywhere else for Izzy to go and are in need of a new foster for her. She's a great dog, still learning boundaries but absolutely a people pleaser.
Her perfect foster would be someone with no dogs or someone who can keep her separated and work with her daily. We offer 24 hour support, private training, and the option for you to attend training at Cesar Millan's Dog Psychology Center in Santa Clarita. We have a large and extra large outdoor dog run for her use if needed.
If you are interested, fill out the application and we will call you www.nokillkern.org/foster
For more details call 661-283-5533