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Passing Through

Marisol Esperanza was a little dog from Acapulco on a journey north. An Acapulco vet drove her to our house in Mexico City. A week later, I drove Marisol to San Miguel de Allende. From there, my friend Kelly, who … Continue reading

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The Bone of Life

I sometimes think Mexico’s uncomfortable relationship with dogs began with the Xoloitzcuintle, commonly known as ┬áthe mexican hairless dog. ┬áThe Xolo is one of the oldest and rarest breeds in the world. And it’s indeed hairless except for an occasional … Continue reading

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