Brian Pinto, 18, who immigrated to Venezuela had to say goodbye to his little dog, Brandi. America It is Mexico, on Sunday (11). The dog, a cross between a Pekingese and a toy poodle, was a gift from the young man’s mother, who gave her son emotional support before she died.
Departs from Venezuela, Brian and Brandi pass through many places on their way to America, including the dangerous Darien region between Panama and Colombia. However, the duo’s trip ended in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico: from there, Brian had to go it alone.
“This little dog I have is called Brandi. She stayed with me for two years and even served me as an emotional support dog,” said Venezuela. “They told me today when we arrived in America because she couldn’t make it to the other side. . with me.”
“They are [as autoridades norte-americanas] Do a lot to help us, they can’t help the puppies either. My aunt is also upset and we don’t know what to do as we don’t want to abandon her here. “She’s been with us through Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, she’s been in the Darien jungle – we’ve been there for nine days – we’re here, we don’t know what to do, we need your help,” said Pinto.
A photojournalist on site agreed to take care of the puppy.
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