South Florida’s Huge “Dog Dumping Ground” Problem

In the past month, volunteers have rescued more than 130 strays from the Redland.
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Reader Allie Lopez-Cuadra sent us a link to this news report of an important story from South Florida. The Redland, an unincorporated, mostly agricultural area of Southwest Miami-Dade County has become a dumping ground for dogs. Despite the efforts of hundreds of volunteers, the problem continues to get worse, and some believe that local authorities are not doing enough. It’s a problem that needs more funding and more focus.

Click here for the full story and a video report.

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