Bruiser – A Loved Local Dog

This is Bruiser. (My mom likes to name the dogs she likes so that they feel like they are loved and someone looks out for them.) He is a good friend of mine. He lives in the streets of the Colonial Zone. The locals call these street dogs Viralatas. He looks frightening but really he is very friendly and loves when humans pet him and show him a little attention.

Bruiser - A beautiful street dog of the Zona Colonial

Bruiser – A beautiful street dog of the Zona Colonial

Bruiser has a harem that follows him around and that he cares for. He is not daddy to any of these ladies puppies because Bruiser is castrated. He is also up to date on his vaccinations thanks to PADELA.

Bruiser and his Harem - Ojo, Lady and Mia at the Ruinas del Monasterio de San Francisco, Parque de las Palomas

Bruiser and his Harem – Ojo, Lady and Mia at the Ruinas del Monasterio de San Francisco, Parque de las Palomas

Bruiser lives at the Ruinas del Monasterio de San Francisco and the Parque de las Palomas in the Colonial Zone. On the Map of Colonial Zone is it number 16 and 17.

Bruiser at the Parque de las Palomas

Bruiser at the Parque de las Palomas

If you see him or his girls be nice to him. He did not chose to live in the streets. He is not a bad dog. He just had some bad luck that he did not find someone to love and care for him in their home. Give him a pat and a little food if you see him.

Bruisers Close-Up

Bruisers Close-Up

If you would like to donate to help the Street Dogs of the Colonial Zone with medicine and sterilization let me know or visit the PADELA FaceBook page. Go to the ABOUT section and there is information on how to make a donation. Make sure to state it is for The Dogs of Colonial Zone or Los perros de la Zona Colonial. We are trying to raise money to take care of our local Viralatas.

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