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Hope for Stray Dogs in Punta Cana

a person standing in front of a car with a dog

Dogs in the Dominican Republic have a complicated relationship with the people of the island. On the one hand, they are much loved family pets, spoiled with attention and food, and well looked after. They are also handy guard dogs for private residences, their barks alerting their owners of possible intruders. The other side of…

Hope for Stray Dogs in Punta Cana

a person standing in front of a car with a dog

Dogs in the Dominican Republic have a complicated relationship with the people of the island. On the one hand, they are much loved family pets, spoiled with attention and food, and well looked after. They are also handy guard dogs for private residences, their barks alerting their owners of possible intruders. The other side of…

BOP’s Dominican Phrasebook – Dominican Slang Part 1

a person standing in front of a building

One of the most talked about things in the Dominican Republic is the language! Spanish is the official language of the country, and Dominicans love using it! People here speak so fast, and no matter how much you’ve studied, often you’ll find it hard to understand! Dominican’s speak with such passion and energy, you know…

Hope for Stray Dogs in Punta Cana

a person standing in front of a car with a dog

Dogs in the Dominican Republic have a complicated relationship with the people of the island. On the one hand, they are much loved family pets, spoiled with attention and food, and well looked after. They are also handy guard dogs for private residences, their barks alerting their owners of possible intruders. The other side of…

Hope for Stray Dogs in Punta Cana

a person standing in front of a car with a dog

Dogs in the Dominican Republic have a complicated relationship with the people of the island. On the one hand, they are much loved family pets, spoiled with attention and food, and well looked after. They are also handy guard dogs for private residences, their barks alerting their owners of possible intruders. The other side of…

BOP’s Dominican Phrasebook – Dominican Slang Part 1

a person standing in front of a building

One of the most talked about things in the Dominican Republic is the language! Spanish is the official language of the country, and Dominicans love using it! People here speak so fast, and no matter how much you’ve studied, often you’ll find it hard to understand! Dominican’s speak with such passion and energy, you know…

Hope for Stray Dogs in Punta Cana

a person standing in front of a car with a dog

Dogs in the Dominican Republic have a complicated relationship with the people of the island. On the one hand, they are much loved family pets, spoiled with attention and food, and well looked after. They are also handy guard dogs for private residences, their barks alerting their owners of possible intruders. The other side of…

Hope for Stray Dogs in Punta Cana

a person standing in front of a car with a dog

Dogs in the Dominican Republic have a complicated relationship with the people of the island. On the one hand, they are much loved family pets, spoiled with attention and food, and well looked after. They are also handy guard dogs for private residences, their barks alerting their owners of possible intruders. The other side of…

BOP’s Dominican Phrasebook – Dominican Slang Part 1

a person standing in front of a building

One of the most talked about things in the Dominican Republic is the language! Spanish is the official language of the country, and Dominicans love using it! People here speak so fast, and no matter how much you’ve studied, often you’ll find it hard to understand! Dominican’s speak with such passion and energy, you know…