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LibbieRescue Me ID: 23-06-12-00515

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About Libbie

Adoption Fee: $275
Lab / American Staffordshire Terrier
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA So. We rescued Libbie aka Latte from High KILL Seaaca - in May of 2023. She only had minutes before her life was going to be taken when networkers reached out to Concerned Citizens Animal Rescue Inc. and said PLEASE- she is honestly the sweetest girl. Her name,when dropped off at the kill shelter by her people, was given as Libbie. Owner surrenders actually have to sign a waiver which states that the shelter can kill their animal. These people signed that waiver. We don't know why she was left there like trash. We don't know why they didn't care enough not to leave her there- we do not know Libbie's story- but we do know a few things about her now that's she's been in our care for months. Libbie was in foster care with a family of 6 (4 children & Mom and Dad!) They loved her and she showed nothing but the same love to them. Unfortunately, Libbie's foster family was evicted from their home and sweet Lib came back to our rescue. She's UTD on vaccinations, microchipped and spayed. We think she is about 4 years old. She's 50 lbs. Libbie has been moved out of her foster home and into boarding :( our vets best guess is that she is a lab/ staffie mix! We need your help. She's wonderful and deserves wonderful in return! if you're interested in adopting Libby, please send your inquiry to [email protected] and we will send you an application immediately. Once your application is submitted and you are approved, we can set up a meet and greet we don't phone calls initially. Thank you again for your interest in Libby.

Los Angeles County
Van Nuys, California 91405


  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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