Odin’s Way Home
Representing Bully Breed “Monsters” showing the world that shelter dogs are good dogs needing a chance
Odin is advocating for dogs like him in high kill shelters, showing the world that shelter dogs aren’t “damaged” or “throw aways”, but are all good dogs who simply need to be given a chance.
My name is Odin and I am here to spread smiles and chew bubblegum- and I’m all out of bubblegum!
Just over a year ago, my Mom (who, at the time, was my foster mom), rescued me from a high kill shelter on the day I was scheduled to be euthanized. I had no aggression or behavioral issues, I was scheduled to die simply because there was not enough space in the shelter for all of the unwanted Pit Bulls.
When I was rescued, the initial plan was for her to foster me until they found my forever home. Six months after I was saved, she knew that it was impossible for her to part ways with me, and she officially adopted me.
Now, it is my life’s mission to help other rescue dogs find happiness, love, and forever homes. I am an advocate for “bully breeds” and each day, I put my best paw forward to show the world that dogs like me are not monsters, we are just regular dogs who have big heads to match our big hearts!