Foreign Native shares some insights and anecdotes about strays and street dogs in Mexico along with some comments on trends and habits among dog owners here
DBC Pierre shares some personal reflections as a fascinated child growing-up in the capital, offering glimpses into an era now past, and a world still present
One way to get to know some of your neighbors and make new friends in Mexico is to keep a dog and take it on frequent sallies to the park
Competition is brisk among dog walkers, trainers, and kenneling services in Mexico, giving dog owners plenty of choice in care services
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This guide gives you the details about how to import your domestic pet(s) to Mexico as well as details about taking your pet back to your home country.
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The number of street dogs has diminished substantially over the years with the work of the catchers, but strays can still be seen, especially around markets and street stalls