Bianca, a dogo argentino was barely over a year old when she found herself back at the Miami-Dade Animal Shelter for the eighth time. She was an exuberant young gal, trying her best to to be a puppy but she had grown large enough that most people couldn’t figure out how to handle her. She was rescued from the Shelter once again, the very morning she was scheduled to be euthanized.
For six months, she lived the good life with a basset sidekick in North Carolina, and the two of them got along famously but Bianca needed a forever home. An oil rancher in Oklahoma heard about her, felt like he could use another dog and brought her into the fold. She loves the ranching life and revels in the company of about a dozen other dogs (count them!). But the best part is that she gets to ride shot-gun with her adoptive dad while they cruise the 400 acre ranch in his Ford truck, supervising daily maintenance on the eleven oil derricks and the occasional transient bovine .