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

Wheels Needed - Unfortunately (Traduccion sigue)

About a month ago I bought my ticket to Buenos Aires to volunteer with Cintia Salazar and others who are bettering the lives of dogs in that city. Along with volunteering, my plan is to take video for a short documentary and do research for a book. The thing is, I don’t want to arrive empty-handed, so I asked: “Is there something I can bring to you folks?” The answer was unexpected: “It would be fantastic if you could bring dog wheelchairs. They are extremely expensive here.” It is unfortunate that dog wheelchairs are needed but loss of mobility results when abandoned dogs suffer horrific injuries. I responded that I would check them out and started researching dog wheelchairs at eBay an

En Argentina el perro espera un cambio societal

¡Imagina presenciar un crucero de la policía atropellando a un perro sin siquiera detenerse! Esto sería insondable aquí en el Valle Feliz de Massachusetts, pero otros lugares tienen muchos perros desechables y autoridades a las que no les importan los fondos para los animales. Cuando el mejor amigo del hombre se convierte en una molestia, debe producirse un cambio social y Cintia Salazar lo está ayudando a lo largo de un perro y, a veces, una queja a la vez. El fracaso del liderazgo en la protección de los animales a nivel gubernamental ha dejado espacio para que ciudadanos extraordinarios como Cintia Salazar, fundador del rescate de perros Refugio Zoobrevivientes cerca de Buenos Aires, se h

In Argentina Dogs Count on Citizen Defenders

Imagine witnessing a police cruiser running over a dog without even stopping! This would be unfathomable here in the Happy Valley of Massachusetts but other places have lots of disposable dogs and authorities that do not care about or put funds towards animals. When man’s best friend becomes a nuisance, a societal shift needs to occur and Cintia Salazar is helping it along one dog and sometimes one complaint at a time. Failure of leadership on animal protections at the government level has left space for extraordinary citizens like Cintia Salazar, founder of the dog rescue Refugio Zoobrevivientes near Buenos Aires, to take charge at the grassroots. On March 26, 2018, Cintia reported on Fa

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