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Entries with Keyword dogs

It’s no surprise that here at The Bubble we love dogs. From our weekly #DogsOfBA content on Instagram to any excuse we can find to share newsworthy updates about the doggie residents of Buenos Aires (and beyond), it’s what gets …

Who’s a good boy? Who’s the best boy? Who deserves all the treats and pets from now until the end of time? Finally, these pressing questions have answers, and it all comes down to one doggo: Titán, the five …

We’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: The Bubble stans a ridiculous viral Twitter thread. We just can’t help it. Maybe it’s because they offer a brief respite from the 24-hour news cycle madness that plagues …

The students at the Rosario School of Law had, for years, grown accustomed to perro vaca, a fat, kind of disheveled old street dog that would roam the hallways and classrooms of their faculty for days at a time. …

It’s a dog’s life, don’t you think? Well, if you can look past Argentina’s skyrocketing inflation, currency crisis, and all-out downward spiral toward insanity, sure. Which is why we need the company of our four-legged friends now more than ever. …

The main event taking place this weekend in Buenos Aires is of course the International Women’s Day March on Friday, where women will be striking to protest the abuse, femicide, and inequality they face in Argentina. However, the movement doesn’t …

While Argentina may be the country with the most pets per capita, it does not, however, fare well when it comes to protecting these animals. According to the province’s Veterinary College, there are around six million domesticated animals in

In November 2016, amid tense showdowns between animal rights activists and galgueros (dog racers), the Argentine Congress voted unilaterally to outlaw dog races. While it had been illegal in many provinces previously, the lack of a total ban meant …

Hold onto your dachshunds, baby – the Buenos Aires City government has just made it legal to take your pet on the subway.

Come the dog days of summer, subway riders will be able to take their furry friends with …

Dog lovers and keyboard warriors, get ready to rage. The Comodoro Rivadavia government has suggested that mass euthanasia be used to curb the stray dog population of the city in Chubut Province.

Daniel González, Comodoro’s assistant secretary of the environment, …