Street dogs, unwanted in Mexico, find a new home in Canada

The innovative 'Backstreet Dogs' NGO is attempting to match stray dogs from Mexico with prospective Canadian pet owners.

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    Mexico has a serious overpopulation of street dogs, a problem that repeated sterilization campaigns have not been able to fix.

    Millions of homeless canines roam the streets of the Latin American nation.

    But now comes a radical new idea - an international refugee program for pets.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from Puebla, Mexico.


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