There may be no other Real Housewives franchise that loves animals as much as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — they are dog lovers, they are equestrians, heck, they won’t even eat veal. (Well, almost everyone won’t eat veal, looking at you, Erika.) But it’s more than their choices in cuisine, it’s evidenced be how passionately they support Lisa Vanderpump and her documentary The Road to Yulin and Beyond, so it’s no wonder that we return to California yet again for this week’s Real Shelter Dogs, specifically to the Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation.
The Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation is a nonprofit organization focused on fighting animal cruelty by educating the public, and on animal rescue and finding loving families to give the helpless a second chance at a happy life. Founded by Oscar-nominated actress and animal activist Linda Blair, the organization also fights on behalf of bully breeds against breed-specific legislation. The group’s commitment to bully breeds extends to the dogs they rescue, some of which cutie puptooties are featured today for adoption.
And now meet your Real Shelter Dogs, complete with opening-credits worthy taglines!
“I have a big heart, but little legs.” – Annie
Annie is approximately two years old and is a wirehaired/Cairn Terrier mix. She is exuberant, happy and a total sweetheart. She adores children and other dogs.
“I’m not just a dog with a last name. I’m a legacy.” – Jack Sparrow
Jack is a sweet large black shepherd. He is about six years old and loves all dogs, people and children. He is very fun loving, and a quick learner. He is a blast to be around and is always very interested to see what you are doing.
“I have a leash and a collar and am ready to walk a path with you.” – Maximus
Maximus is about five and a half years old and is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He is gorgeous in person. He is a great boy who gets along with other dogs and loves people. He loves being petted and going for walks. He does really well on a leash.
“Come on, why beg for treats when every meal is room service?!” – Gordon
Gordon is around three years old and is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix. He is very tall with beautiful tan and white markings. He is very calm-tempered. He is playful and good with larger dogs.
“It’s great to be a good dog. But it’s even better to be cute.” – Mack
Mack is a sweet, handsome Staffordshire/ lab mix. He is about five years old now. He has waited and waited for his forever home, but gets overlooked for younger dogs. He is super sweet, gets along well with other dogs. He would make a perfect family dog.
“The most interesting pups make the best headlines.” – Fantasia
Fantasia is a sweetheart. She is about one and a half to two years old and is a Staffordshire mix. She is very loving and happy. She gets along with other dogs and has a wonderful personality.
To learn more about the organization or adopt any of these furry future-BFFs, please visit lindablairworldheart.org.
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