Stray Dogs of Santiago Are Everywhere in Everyday Life

Bob Woodruff set off to wander the streets of Santiago, Chile with its 200,000 feral dogs.
3:00 | 04/04/14

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I'm Bob Woodruff and Santiago Chile the capital there aren't dogs everywhere on the streets and no leashes and nobody guiding them. -- -- They are free. That's because they're homeless there's no love here we saw them they're just along. This actually part of the culture. I really try to bison dogs. Strain everywhere around. You know what we really noticed -- us. These people here so -- to these dogs on the streets. -- the dogs are really completely ignore. -- we saw them just lying there in the middle of the most of them -- and some of them of course walking around we looked into taxis along the rose. There they are everywhere. They they walked. Look at this even. Babies in the police didn't care don't what he's right there. Councilman Dennis -- dogs just find drugs like. You know what they're really notice words if you want to look for lows near done yet here. You've got to look for the kids.

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