Stray Blog
If you have adopted a rescue dog you will enjoy the Stray Blog!  Recent posts give interesting descriptions of dog rescue in Argentina.

                    Founder: Joseph Liseno

   Quick bio:

     - School Counselor in Western Mass

     - Fluent in Spanish

     - MS in Counseling

     - MA in International Affairs (Latin America Studies)

     - Return Peace Corps Volunteer (Bolivia 1997-2000)

     - Nidan - Uechi Ryu Karate

Recent Posts

January 1, 2020

Cintia Salazar Juarez pointed her camera left then right as she approached the heap of plastic bags vomiting trash from their overstuffed mouths where among them laid an unconscious dog.  Having received word and pictures via Facebook that a dog had been left to die in...

October 7, 2019

Having spent three years in Bolivia (1997-2000), I remember scenes of stray dogs scouring neighborhoods for something to eat, hanging out near restaurants hoping for a scrap to get through the day and generally moving around the city of La Paz attempting to avoid cars...

July 31, 2019

Figure 1: From left pictured are Florencia Gonzalez, the author & Leo Martin Aguirre.   Not pictured is Anakel Bettenford who joined CastrAMOR soon after Leo and Florencia started the organization. 

It’s his day off, a Sunday as Leo Martin Aguirre works six days a...

May 27, 2019

Every animal is important.  My posts over the last year have focused on individual rescue groups saving dogs and horses from horrific situations and certain death.  The need is overwhelming. 

Cada animal es importante. Mis publicaciones en el último año se han...

March 18, 2019

On a cold day during a frigid spell in the 2019 winter, it was being recorded as members of the New York Bully Crew approached an outdoor enclosure.  Seeing people moving in his direction, the lone dog became increasingly excited as his body and bark communicated a yea...

December 12, 2018

The fate of horses in Argentina reminds me of what happened to my 1998 Honda when it was stolen some years back: Smashed up after being pushed to the limit, the car was found abandoned on cinder blocks sans rims.  I understand that horses are not cars and I also know t...

September 27, 2018

The next morning the little dog lay quiet but alive and when I touched his head he seemed to lean towards my hand.  In spite of what humans had or had not done to him he was still eager for contact.  Having fallen into the safe harbor of Cintia’s care, he would want fo...

August 29, 2018

A couple of hours off the plane from Boston and I was carrying a dog up the steps to Cintia’s house.  Placing his limp body on a blanket in the bathroom, we gave the pup a meal, water and a space heater (It’s Argentina’s winter).  Lacking the strength to lift his torso...

August 2, 2018

The dog was in real bad shape and not able to move, probably the result of a broken spine.  From his head to his rib cage he looked somewhat normal, but beyond his ribs what remained was a shriveled balloon.   A trip to the veterinarian would confirm a diagnosis but it...

July 25, 2018

As I get off the plane and moved quickly with the crowd toward customs I notice "I'm cold" and think "Maybe shorts weren't a good idea." The guy in the glass box at Migrations was "tranquilo" and the encounter took all of one minute.  He asked me where I was staying an...

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