This has been a joint effort on the beach from several home owners to try to save these puppies.  There were 9 total, 3 died, Quinn & Miriam took one to Tucson for adoption (thank you Quinn & Miriam), I’m responsible to get these five through this next week, then, if we have no interest, Theresa & Bill will take them in for, hopefully, adoption, but at least they will be euthanized in a humane way (if that’s possible).  There are many efforts here in Mexico to try to rescue the dogs, have them spayed or neutered, and adopted, but there are just so many and there is no city or government assistance so most of them are left to fend for themselves, roaming the beaches, streets and struggling with starvation, mange, you name it.  If we would have left them alone, they would soon be dead, starving, and/or pregnant with the problem going on and on.
So, before we proceed next week with the next step, I thought it wouldn’t hurt for you all to see these cuties.  Two of them were runts, but as you can see, they are gaining weight and quickly catching up to the others.  There are four females and one male.  
If you have any interest or know of someone who may have interest, please forward this message or get back to us.  It’s really hard for us to keep them because we do not have a fenced yard and they are getting bigger and stronger every day.  As you know, we adopted a Mexico dog and her name is Sierra… she is loving, protective, loves the water, loves to play with other dogs and a great member of our family!
Sue
 

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