Welcome to Wolfcentric - Scroll down for updates and DOGS!

I work with dogs and hang out with dogs all day. Most dogs on here are currently being housed at BARC(Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition), where I have been working since 9/11. BARC is a privately owned no-kill animal shelter located in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, NY. The facility can comfortably house a maximum of 25 dogs w/ individual runs. Most dogs we get, are either strays from the street, owner surrendered due to financial/personal difficulties and some, due to the new NY housing/landlord lease policies. We also rescue dogs from city pounds and kill shelters.


** Checkout this teaser trailer for my long overdue documentary about some BARC dogs. I have filmed over 200++ dogs as they come through BARC and find new homes, over the course of 6 years. Its quite difficult to put all this dogs life in one 46 minute documentary, but it will eventually happen.

email me for other questions: ropstyle@gmail.com


Check out my dog ORBIT doing back-to-back tricks. I rescued him from the ACC in Harlem in may of 2001, when he was about 8 months old. I have a series of pictures of him doing his deed to about 30 different landmark attractions around the US when my band took him on a 2 month tour of America. He has some amazing shots of pooping on the lawn across from where JFK got shot, him peeing on the gates of Graceland, him locked up inside the kennel of Disneyworld and riding the tram. I'm going to scan them and post it soon.

Thursday, November 26, 2009


Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Thanksgiving Safety Tips for Your Dog:

* Feeding turkey to your dog or cat can cause him or her unwanted abdominal pain, vomiting or diarrhea, none of which are welcome during this festive weekend.

* Discourage your family members and guests from indulging your pet with inappropriate snacks. Food high in sodium (especially peanuts and chips) and other fatty foods like poultry skin, beef or port fat can cause an inflammation of pancreas. Pancreatitis is potentially life-threatening condition.

* Dispose of aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and wax paper from holiday foods. If your pet can get to it, he or she will lick the food off foils or wraps. The swallowing of such coverings can cause an intestinal obstruction.

* Secure your garbage. It only takes a minute for your little scavenger to get into the garbage and wolf down whatever smells good-including the string used to tie the turkey.

* Turkey bones are also dangerous for you pet. Any brittle, spiky bone could lodge in the esophagus or cause an irritation of his or her stomach or intestines.

* Provide a quiet refuge for your animal. With all the holidays fanfare, you pet will need a “time out” from visiting friends and family. A comfortable crate is one solution; a room with a “Do Not Disturb” sign is another. Give your dog or cat time and space to settle down or take a nap.

* Keep current registration and identification tags on you pet. With guests coming in and out of your home, it is very easy for a door to be left ajar and for your animal to wander off.

- more info at www.doggienews.com

Monday, November 23, 2009

Brenda/Kenneth/Chance - GROUPWALK

A couple weeks ago, I started putting some of the BARC superdogs on groupwalks, so that they get used to each others energy and vibe. Heres day 3 of Brenda, Kenneth and Chance's groupwalk.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Dylan, Little Daddy, JJ and Nina gets a home!!

Dylan, Little Daddy, JJ and Nina gets a home right just in time for THanksgiving!!

Have a good life, monsters!!!

Friday, November 20, 2009

- Always Remember!!


Wednesday, November 18, 2009

* NEW DOG: meet Prince!

Prince is a 5 year old Parson Russell Terrier. He was surrendered to the city pound when his former owner was deployed by the marines overseas. He is a sweet loving dog that likes to dance around in 2 legs.

* NEW DOG: meet Charlie!

Charlie is a 7 month old Redbone Hound mix. He was rescued after being found at a Costco parking lot in Staten Island. Really sweet and highly intelligent dog.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

* NEW DOG: meet Rosa!

Rosa is a 8 months old Golden Retriever mix. She was rescued as a stray the same time as Mindy. She is very sweet and gets scared of loud noises.

* NEW DOG: meet Mindy!

Mindy is a 8 months old Labrador Retriever mix. She was rescued from the city pound as a stray. Really sweet and loving and needs lots of training.

++ DOGS still available For ADOPTION

[Mimi - 9 months old female American Staffordshire mix]
[John - 4 years old male American Staffordshire mix]
[Nina - 9 months old female brindle pit mix]
[Matilda - 3 years old female Beagle/Bassett Hound mix]
[Elle - 1 year old female Plott Hound mix]
[Little Daddy - 11 months old male Labrador/Great Dane mix]
[Johnny - 1 year old male pit/labrador mix]
[Gemini - 4 years old male Welsh Corgi/Shepherd mix]
[Nike - 2 year old male Puggle mix]
[Buster - 7 year old male Boxer]

Monday, November 16, 2009

-- Kenneth <3 Brenda

Kenneth and Brenda have been walking playmates for a couple weeks now, and they love each other!!