How Much is Earl Moffett Worth from Pitbulls and Parolees

Even though Earl no longer appeared in the Pit Bulls & Parolees Show, however, a lot of fans really wonder about his net worth that he made from this show. Therefore, he has worked as a dog rescuer while imprisoned which earned him a real passion to rescue dogs, especially pit bull breeds. Let’s see Earl’s net worth below!

Earl’s Net Worth

According to YouBrite, Earl’s net worth is currently estimated at roughly $17.8 million. Unfortunately, we cannot explain the source of the money that he earned, it’s just that we know that he has appeared in several episodes of the Pit Bulls & Parolees Show.

How Much is Earl Moffett Worth from Pitbulls and Parolees

How Much Does Pit Bulls & Parolees Cast Make Money?

Every cast of Pit Bulls & Parolees earned money in different amounts. Their income will depend on how many episodes they appear in this show. Tia Torres, as the founder of Villalobos Rescue Center has net worth approximately $300 that she got from some episodes in the Pit Bulls & Parolees Show.

Tania Torres, the daughter of Tia Torres has net worth approximately $1.5 million, according to Forbes & Business Insider. The cast of Breaking Amish commonly made between 30000 and 50000 per episode. While, Kanani, the twin brothers has net worth roughly 200000 while having a salary of 100000 to 150000.

We only show the net worth of some Pit Bulls & Parolees casts. The point is, the net worth that every Pit Bulls & Parolees cast will be different.

How Much Does VRC Spend Money?

The cost per day that VRC spends will vary. However, it averages approximately $10,000,00 per day. That’s $70K a week, $280,000 a month. So, approximately, per year VRC spends about $4 million to run the rescue. As of October 2009, the VRC’s funds to cover the casts’ pay and other expenses come from adoption.

Villalobos Rescue Center (VRS) initially first began as a wolf/ wolf hybrid rescue in the 90’s back in California, long before there was a TV-reality. Tia Torres, the founder of VRC was a contracted dog trainer for the City of Los Angeles Animal Service for 11 years. Then VRC began employing parolees in 2006.

VRC relocated to Louisiana in 2011 for economic reasons and major changes in state laws which make it nearly impossible to function as a non-profit business. In Louisiana, VRC now has a location in the city of New Orleans and in the rural/country environment of Assumption Parish (an hour and a half outside of New Orleans).

Because of the overwhelming need to help other dogs, today, VRC has become an all-breed rescue with the main focus still being on Pit Bulls breeds. VRC’s yearly vet bill is almost half a million dollars, that’s around $500,000.00.

This dog rescue community takes in roughly 40 dogs a month. They adopt dogs all over the country and the lower 48 states. Unfortunately, we cannot adopt outside the country, Canada is an exception.

Why Does Not VRC Rescue Dogs From Out of State?

VRCs can no longer take dogs from out of state. That’s because the amount of dogs in their local area really need their help is overwhelming. They have taken on the responsibility of working for the past 3 years with animal control in their rural/country’ location of Assumption Parish where no dogs can be turned away from within the parish.

They get approximately 100 requests per day to take dogs from all over the country. Well, it’s simply not something that they can financially and physically keep up with. In case you email their placement box on Contact Page, you will then receive an auto-response with suggestion on where else you can find assistance. Of course, there are a lot of wonderful Pit Bull rescues around the country.

If you want to see and try to drop a dog off from out of the state of Louisiana, that’s only your dream as well. It’s more than likely neither will happen. That’s because Tia Torres does not live in New Orleans and her schedule is very hit and miss.

For note, it does not mean that by bringing a dog from California and by driving it across the country into Louisiana, it does not constitute an in-state dog. It means that you will be turned away and referred to a group closer to the area where you just came from.

In fact, they can only perform so much and if we took in every dog, they got a call or request for. In this case, they would be taxing roughly 700 dogs a week and it’s literally impossible. So, please be respectful of the limitations they have had to impose.

It’s important to note, each dog which comes through their gates is an initial and up-front cost of $1000 per dog to Villalobos including medical intake, heartworm disease, vaccinations, spay/neuter and more.

If you want to know more about Villalobos Rescue Center, you can visit the official site here.

About Pit Bulls & Parolees Show

Pitbulls and Parolees is an American reality TV-show on Animal Planet. This series began in 2009 which focuses on the Villalobos Rescue Center, a rescue for dogs, especially pitbull dog breeds.

The mission of this show is to provide employment and a stable transition for recent parolees who try to return to society and to combat misconceptions about pit bulls and other dogs.

Pit Bulls & Parolees Show indicate the day-to-day operations at the Villalobos Rescue Center (VRC). Tia Torres started the shelter in Agua Dulce, California. By 2011, the shelter relocated to Greater New Orleans in Louisiana.

Every episode commonly features several stories which usually include both a dog rescue and also adoption. Episodes in this show also present Tia and her family, Tania and Mariah Torres, Tia’s daughters and also adopted twin sons Kanani and Moe, their wives Lizzie and Mariah as the parolees who work for the dog rescuer and do daily care training duties and pit bull rescue missions. Until now, Tia and Tania are still appearing in Pit Bulls & Parolees Show.

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