|Dogs hanging out on the Plaza|
First of all, when she visited San Jose del Cabo she found out they have a really good humane society. So the street dogs can be adopted and cared for. The Los Cabos Humane Society cares for dogs from Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. They offer accessible spay and neuter surgeries, adoption and foster care programs and promote the humane treatment of domestic animals
|I could see myself walking|
Now that we knew dogs had good lives there, our interest increased. While we didn't get any gifts from Los Cabos, we saw that the artists valued dogs and incorporated them in their art. We saw the photos our owner took during the Thursday night Art Walk in San Jose del Cabo.
The good thing about the historic district there is that there aren't too many cars. And, they cars go pretty slow through the narrow streets. It might be safe. And, there are parks and arroyos to hang out in. I could see myself trotting around checking everything out... and practicing my Spanish!
|Here's a great piece of dog art that she didn't bring home.|
I rather like it!
|Here's some Muertos folk art showing love of a dog.. Mi Mejor Amigo, it says... "My Best Friend."|
My owner should have bought this and brought it home for our wall but she didn't.
|The beaches are big and sandy. But watch out for the Caballos!|
|This is where I'd like to stay.|
They allow dogs at El Encanto
I don't want to fly so we'd be driving ALL THE WAY. It's a long trip but if we could visit for the winter, it might be worth it. And, if we could stop a lot on the way. I just don't want to get stuck in the belly of an airplane. Or, again, maybe we'll just send our owner!
|I think I'll pass on flying. But I sure would like to visit Mexico!|