For Many Adopted Dogs, The Journey Home Takes A Thousand Miles

For Many Adopted Dogs, The Journey Home Takes A Thousand Miles

By Marisa Peñaloza

In Puerto Rico, poverty and lax rules have stranded about 300,000 dogs as strays. So, rescue groups are sending many of those dogs to the mainland — and trying to change attitudes on the island.

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