Archive for November, 2010

Breed: Indian Sheperd

This beautiful mongrel lives in Haridwar, India. The picture was taken by Juliana Velez on November 2010.

Indian Sheperd

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Mongrels looking for home

There are millions of mongrels in the world looking for homes. If you know of any mongrel that is out there looking for some family to love, please send us an email with all the relevant information, city, country,  kind of dog, health condition and picture if possible. We would love to help them to find a place to live.

If you are looking for true love, inconditional friendship, company and loyalty adopt a mongrel !

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Breed: Tibetan Mongrelious

This is a historic moment for Mongrels of the World as we launch the blog with this beautiful picture taken in Tibet in October 2010 by Juliana Velez.

First mongrel of mongrels of the world

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Walt Whitman Quote

I think I could turn and live with animals

I think I could turn and live with animals, they are so placid and self-contained;

I stand and look at them long and long.

They do no sweat and whine about their condition;

They do no lie awake in the night and sweat for their sins;

They do no make me sick discussing their duty to God;

Not one is dissatisfied-not one is demented with the mania of owning things;

Not one kneels to another, nor to his kind that lived thousands of years ago;

Not one is respectable or industrious over the whole earth.

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Hello Mongrel lovers

This blog has been created in honour of the mixed breed canines of the world.

We want to share pictures of these beautiful mammals who may not be as gorgeous and clean as other dogs, but as every creature deserves to be loved.

If you have a picture of a mongrel, street dog, mixed canine, chandoso, sarnoso, perro callejero, pastor cafetero, purchand, we’d love to hear from you.

Email your pictures, along with your name, where the photo was taken and why you love mongrels to: julianavelez@hotmail.com and for a bit of fun make up a breed or a name for the mongrel you have photographed. eg, Tibetan Mongrelious.

We want mongrels to be loved.

Juliana Velez, President – Mongrels of the World.

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