Juarez woman saves 100 homeless, abused dogs

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A Juarez woman has saved 100 dogs from the streets and given them a forever home.

Guadalupe Grado and her husband house the dogs in her own South Juarez home.

Some were rescued from abusive owners while others have come in bad health.

“I’ve gotten dogs where their own owners hit them with a closed fist and have opened up their face,” Grado explained. “We go and talk to the families and tell them if they don’t turn the dog over, we are calling the authorities.”

Grado adds that she spends about $200 a week on the dogs’ food and medical treatment.
 

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