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Moe and Lizzy rescue a sick, scared stray, but a diagnosis proves tricky. A friend of the rescue visits in hope of adopting a dog that has previously been overlooked. And new mom Tania struggles to find a balance between life and work at Villalobos.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 0 votes.
After rescuing 30 hybrid wolf-dogs, Tia, Tania, and the twins return to Texas. In the French Quarter, the pandemic has forced Tia to shut down her restaurant, and Toney and Earl band together to deliver meals to the elderly using Tahyo Tavern's resources.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 0 votes.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 1 votes.
Tia and her rescue team land in a dangerous situation when an anonymous tip leads them toward a dog-fighting ring; one lucky pit bull awaits permission to enter a new home.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 6 votes.
A couple is torn between two dogs and can't decide which one to bring home. A terrified neighborhood stray in dire need of medical attention results in a difficult rescue for the VRC crew. And Country Matt returns, seeking a job for his brother.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 1 votes.
Tia considers another property when the ranch is threatened by a wildfire.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 20 votes.
Tia considers another property when the ranch is threatened by a wildfire.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 23 votes.
Tia goes to Nashville with Tania and a new parolee to rescue a dog that's about to be put down. Meanwhile, back in New Orleans, Mariah tries to keep Villalobos safe during a storm; and a puppy rescued from the 9th Ward may find a new home.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 24 votes.
Tia looks back at the greatest moments of the season, from dramatic rescues and to heart-warming adoptions, to heated encounters with parolees. Plus, a look behind the scenes and updates on the dogs featured this season.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 4 votes.
Tania struggles to rescue a puppy that is hiding underneath a shed. A potential adopter comes to Villalobos hoping to find a companion for her dog, and she's only interested in seeing hounds. A beloved employee learns that he's finally off parole.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 8 votes.
Tia follows-up on the most memorable moments of the past year, and looks ahead to life beyond the second season and the challenges that await her as she prepares to move.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 16 votes.
Tia Torres and her team of parolees track down a wild pit bull living in a local park.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 45 votes.
Mariah goes to California to rescue a former member of the Villalobos family; a puppy's behavior could jeopardize its chances of being adopted; Tia responds to an emergency call regarding an abandoned pit bull.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 27 votes.
Tia and the twins board a boat to rescue a dog abandoned in a swamp outside New Orleans. Meanwhile, a young parolee is stressed out by work and parenthood.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 28 votes.
A family hopes for a reunion with a dog that was rescued on a previous episode. Meanwhile, Earl's sudden change in behavior forces a confrontation with Tia; and Matt faces an important decision.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 52 votes.
A rescue call about two puppies loose in a trucking yard sends Tia and new parolee Joe on a seek and find mission. And a surprise call to Tania brings former parolee Jake back to the ranch, forcing Tia to decide whether or not to take him back.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 46 votes.
Tia Torres and a team of parolees work together to rescue and rehabilitate pit bulls at the Villalobos Rescue Center, the largest pit bull rescue facility in the country.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 116 votes.
An adopter from Texas fails to connect with the dog he drove hundreds of miles to adopt - but Tia might have the perfect match. Tania deals with a shocking drop-off. And a work-release inmate is in the hot seat when two prison guards visit Villalobos.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 21 votes.
Louise and Matt rescue a dog that was hit by a car; a woman hopes to adopt a new companion after her beloved dog passes away. Meanwhile, Tia looks forward to appearing on "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," but she might have to miss it when her dog gets sick
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 37 votes.
Tia Torres deals with a missing parolee and has trouble convincing her daughter to pull her own weight at the rescue center.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Pit Bulls and Parolees from 53 votes.
Last updated: jan 22, 2021
Must watch tv! I have to admit, prior to watching this show I was one of the ignoramuses who thought all Pitbulls were bad and all convicts should just stay in prison (or that they didn't deserve any rights while they were incarcerated)... man was I wrong. When I first watched this show I remember stereotyping the people/animals right away, Tia appeared to be one of those "biker chicks" who probably shouldn't have custody of her kids, who no doubt had some drugs on the property and/or illegal activity going on but as I watched, admittedly mostly to see her fail and my preconceived notions of her (Tia), her children, the parolees and the Pitbulls come true, I was left eating crow. The show would peek my interest in not only educating myself more about Pitbulls but about parolees and the American justice system (wow, how screwed up that is!), it would shine a light on the medias fascination, and misrepresentation, of not only Pitbulls but ex-cons as well. Like so many things the media saw ratings in it's stories about these big bad dogs and ran with it, almost single-handedly turning peoples perceptions of the breed against them despite any evidence they are any worse than any other breed of dog. I already knew the media liked to do things like glorify shark attacks for ratings and ignore things like the fact more people die each year from cows then sharks but they never reported on that and here I was faced with the awful truth that I had been misguided... again! As the years, and seasons, have gone on I have done a complete 180, I don't see the Pitbulls as the problem but simply those who own them, as a matter of fact I now consider Pitbulls to be among the most loyal and family friendly among breeds, I have educated myself about the problems with the American prison systems and mistreatment of convicts resulting in higher rates on re-offending and have seen what other countries are doing about it that has drastically reduced the recidivism of ex-cons not only reducing the stress on families but adding to the contributions made by these people in their communities. Tia and her daughters, although inked and tough looking on first appearances, are simply strong willed women with hearts if gold. Not an episode goes by that doesn't tear at the heart strings, makes me wonder how people can be so cruel, or how so many dogs can remain unadopted? Where would this world be without people like Tia? or shows like Pitbulls & Parolees.
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