Adapted from The Dog Saving Network, this is an excellent guide for to understand why rescuing is more than simply getting a dog off the street and out of immediate danger.
Estimates of stray dogs in La Paz is over 15,000! Life span of these dogs is no longer than 5 years; they wear their teeth short by chewing on sand to try to fill their bellies.
Baja Dogs volunteers, Daniela and her daughter Juliana, interview with a local La Paz radio station to talk about Baja Dogs and what we do.
Spend any time at all in Baja and you see them: trotting alongside the highway, roaming the streets of Baja’s cities and towns, even waiting patiently for a traffic light to change before crossing a busy intersection.