A huge flock of birds plummeted to the ground in Mexico in a mysterious incident captured by a security camera.In the unsettling video , a flock of yellow-headed blackbirds passes over a neighborhood in Chihuahua, in northern Mexico, when they all plunge suddenly toward the earth.
For example: a New Year's Eve dinner service for pets.Mexico ranks as the nation with the highest number of dogs and cats in Latin America / Image: .And so it's not just a seasonal business, extend your service to pet birthdays, parties, and other special celebrations.
To give them protection, Mexico City created the Unique Registry of Companion Animals , a kind of CURP for pets .The RUAC is a registry in which the identification information of the companion animals of the natural or legal persons of the Mexican capital can be entered.
The bottom of the sinkhole is filled with water that appears to have strong currents, and the National Coordination of Civil Protection of the Government of Mexico has indicated that experts believe it was caused by a kind of underground river.
The whole reason I started narrowing my focus as a journalist to pets is my own rescue dog, Rio. When my husband and I adopted the Labrador retriever mix from Farmington Regional Animal Shelter in New Mexico in 2010, I had no idea how much he would change my life.
Luz, who lives on the street, has so much love for her dogs (Picture: Omar Camarillo)A 65-year-old homeless woman was found sleeping in bin bags on the streets of Tijuana, Mexico, with her six dogs .
Recently, the authorities of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development ( Sader ) confirmed the first positive cases of pets affected by COVID-19 in the country.However, only the three dogs mentioned were positive, thus becoming the first animals to be affected by coronavirus in Mexico.
The team found that while DNA from modern European dogs has contributed to breeds around the world, traces of the other ice age groups remain – including in chihuahuas, a breed with roots in Mexico .
When Livesey learned the deaf cattle dog needed a new home, he drove with Bella and Bolt to meet her in New Mexico on leap day earlier this year.
Braveheart has had his jaw reconstructed (Picture: Saving Huey Foundation / Caters News)Tracy said: ‘I work with good people in Mexico and was contacted by one of them about Braveheart, they sent me a picture of him and my first instinct was to have the poor dog put down.