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Zeus-Molly
Zeus and Molly
Adopted by Gabe!
Katy
Katy
Adopted!
Venus
Venus and Plado
Venus
Adopted by Melina
Venus with her brother Plado
Rusty1
Rusty
Adopted November 2009
Dino1
Dino

December 2009

Hello,
This is Dino! We rescued him when he was approximately 4 years old and he has been with us for two years now. He is a big goofy baby! He loves his playmates a Tibetan Mastiff and a Chow Chow. He was use to rough play when we got him but has calmed down drastically thanks to Cathy's advice and suggestions to adjust Dino to his new environment.

We are lucky to have him drool and all.

Tom and Judy
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Winston
Submitted December 2009

Winston came to live with us in October 2003.  He was 18 months old and still a puppy!  He loved to crawl up onto the couch, bed or chair; didn't matter as long as he was touching you!  Along with Winston and Cinder we also took in another Neo/Cane Corso cross, as well as looking after a Siberian Husky!  Then, after the husky moved out in moved my sisters Neo!

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Gotti
Gotti
Submitted January 2010

Hi! I adopted Gotti from you about 7 years ago and I am happy to say he has been one of the best things to ever happen to me! He is now 10 years old and is spoiled and happy!

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Diesel
Submitted March 2010

Diesel came into our lives almost a year ago and he is such a part of our family.  He's embraced us just as much as we have him.  We have never had a dog so happy just to be with us.

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Lucy
Submitted March 2010

Lucy weighs around 110 lbs. She is a giant bundle of joy and very entertaining. She has trained my husband this year. She taught him to trade, ball or toy for Tostitos lime chip or other scrumptious morsel.

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Zen1
Zen
Adopted by the Mobley's on April 24, 2010
Lucy1
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Zenna4
Zenna
May 5, 2010
Zenna is doing AWESEOME!!! She is a lovely girl and is loving us as much as we love her! She's a great trooper in the kennel during the day and she and Lanny have finally figure each other out.

~Read Zenna's complete success story~
Zenna3
Bob
Bob

Adopted September 2010
Callie8
Callie

Adopted September 2010
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June 2014

This is Bella and Hugo.  Bella was adopted from NeoRescue, Inc. by a wonderful family many years ago.  She is now almost 14 YEARS OLD!!!  Her brother, Hugo, is a youngster at age 2!!  They are BFFs forever!!  This is a wonderful success story that NRI loves to hear and read about -- CONGRATULATIONS and a continued long, happy and healthy life to Bella and Hugo!!!
Bella - IL
October 2015

My husband and I had been searching for the perfect companion dog for quite some time. Both of us are in love with large dogs, and once we discovered the Neapolitans, our heart was set on rescuing one. Already we were owned by a clever, happy chocolate lab named Payton, so finding one that suited him also was of great importance! He was to be the big brother. After application and house checks, I can’t stress enough how thorough the adoption process was. Our rescue coordinator, Heather Weglarz, was so kind and informative, and put the needs of the dog first. We were both very pleased with the process, and waited until Heather had the appropriate dog in mind for us, since we already had a male dog in the house. Then in 2002, along came BELLA! Bella was 10 months old at the time we rescued her, and once we saw a picture of her and heard about all her little idiosyncrasies, we fell in love with her before we met her! We picked Bella up after a long awaited drive to Michigan, where we met her wonderful foster mommy, Dana. It was apparently very hard for Dana to let go of Bella, but once my husband and I laid eyes on the pup, it was a match made in heaven. Bella rode home to Chicago with us, very VOCALLY I might add- she howled and sang at all the trucks and cars that went by! We got Bella home, and she met our Payton, who gets along with all cats, dogs, people, hamsters, squirrels, etc. Bella took two seconds to let Payton know she was going to be the queen of the castle, and now the two are inseparable and best friends since that day. They are like 2 peas in a pod, and I believe that neither one of them could be happier. She also enjoys cuddling with our two bengal cats- she really likes little dogs and small cats! Bella goes with us almost everywhere we go, loves to go in the car, go on long walks, and romp out in the yard with the family. She even has her own “chair and a half” that she has taken as her own doggy-bed. Although she does and probably always will have some dog aggression issues, we have chosen to let her be content with the home and lifestyle she leads now. Too much change tends to stress her out, as we have learned from experience! The adjustment period is now over, and Bella has brought countless smiles, laughs, joy and happiness into our lives! It is also a pleasure to bring giggles to other people’s faces also when they look at her- most people don’t get the chance to be exposed to a dog that LOOKS the way a Neo does… so wrinkly, big, GOOFY and drooly! There are so many reasons why Bella is in our hearts, and I thank the Neo rescue for all their efforts in rescuing and furthering this breed’s survival. I am an avid animal lover, as obvious due to my profession as an Animal Trainer, however our Neo Bella is held on the highest of pedestals. Thanks to you all, and please know that these dogs are going to homes that would put them even before their owners. Mike and Lyssa, Bella and Payton

Bella recently passed away at the age of 14 years old in October 2015
October 2015 at 14 years old