By Mimi Pollack Life for dogs in Mexico is not very good, except for the lucky ones who have responsible owners. There are so many street dogs roaming about! These street dogs have a very poor quality of life, and because they are not neutered, the problems continue.
However, there are two brothers, Adam and Josh Prater, who along with Adriana Garcia were inspired to try and make a difference for street dogs in Baja. They found a 50,000 square foot space that was available to them in Tijuana, so Baja Dog Rescue began informally in 2008. In 2010 it became a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and finding loving homes for homeless dogs.
Although they mostly rescue Baja dogs, they have since grown and now also take in dogs from both sides of the border. They have rescued 300+ dogs. Both brothers work day jobs and the rest of their […]