The Territorio de Zaguates, or Land of Stray Dogs, in Costa Rica is regarded as one of the best spots on the earth. A location in Costa Rica known as “Territorio de Zaguates,” or “Land of Strays,” is a dog lover’s dream.
It’s a free-range sanctuary for approximately 900 puppies, all of whom are adoptable. They have access to clean water, beds in a protected building, and a large number of volunteers who look after them and bathe them. It’s a no-kill shelter where dogs can live freely and roam anywhere they choose while receiving the love and care they require.
Visitors are welcome to meet the puppies, hike with them, and even adopt any dog they desire. However, there is no obligation to adopt. The dogs are given all they require to live a happy and healthy life. The bunny-tailed shepterrier and the shaggy shepherd dachspaniel, for example, have their names and breed titles. Each puppy is distinct.
The shelter seeks to inspire people to adopt mutts and to teach them that mixed-breed dogs have their distinct personalities. Purebreds and mixed breeds are both desired. They think that by doing so, they will be able to diminish the demand for puppy mills and irresponsible breeders. And visiting the sanctuary is a fun chance to meet a variety of dogs before adopting one. To me, it sounds like paradise!
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