What Happened to Dr Kristen on Pit Bulls and Parolees?
Tia Torres, owner of the Villalobos Rescue Center and star of Animal Planet’s Pit Bulls and Parolees, is a philanthropist and animal-rescue activist. She and her family are committed to changing the lives of dogs and people by giving them a second chance at life.
The show follows the day-to-day operations of the Villalobos Rescue Center, which is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Since 2009, viewers have been able to watch the Villalobos team help abused and neglected pit bulls find their forever homes.
Season 18 was particularly emotional for audiences as it aired, because they witnessed what happened to some of the dogs that were rescued from Villalobos. While most of the dogs ended up in loving homes, some were left behind and didn’t have a chance to be adopted.
While this was a heartbreaking and sad situation, viewers could also see that the Villalobos team worked hard to find a solution. Ultimately, they found a vet that was close to the rescue facility. This allowed for Dr. Kristen to travel less and reduce the amount of time it took for the dogs to receive care.
But despite all of the effort and time that the vet spent caring for the dogs at the Villalobos Rescue Center, she was not able to keep her job on the show. The reason for this was not made public by Animal Planet or Villalobos, but it appears that they no longer have a relationship with the veterinarian.
The reality show was canceled by Animal Planet in October of 2016. However, it’s unclear whether this was due to budget cuts or if there was a change in the network’s ownership.
One of the biggest changes for the show was that there were two locations at the Villalobos Rescue Center. The city location was in New Orleans and the country location was in Assumption Parish, near Lafayette. This was a bit of a challenge for Dr. Kristen, who had to drive a long way each time she needed to take care of a dog at the country location.
She is a very good vet and she did a great job treating the dogs that were brought to her by Villalobos, but she just wasn’t able to keep her job on Pit Bulls and Parolees anymore.
Another factor that led to the cancellation of the show was that Animal Planet’s parent company, Warner Bros., was selling off many of their network properties. This meant that they were no longer able to keep shows like Pit Bulls and Parolees on their networks, which is why the show was canceled.
In addition, the show was not able to get a sponsor in order to stay on the Animal Planet channel. This was a big blow for the show, as fans were hoping that Animal Planet would continue to sponsor it.
Regardless of the reason for this, it’s still a sad ending to an amazing show that has been around for nearly 30 years. We hope that the show finds a home somewhere else and can continue to do good work.