I'm from Argentina and I love dogs.
In 2015 I came to New Zealand with a Working Holiday Visa and with the aim of working on something related to dogs because I can't imagine my life without them.
My bond with dogs began a long time ago, since I can remember I've always been fascinated with these loyal four-legged friends.
I grew up in a family that always had dogs, when I was 18 I moved from my hometown to study at university, at that time I found a non-kill Dog Shelter and started to volunteer every weekend. With time the shelter became the largest in Latin America (El Campito Refugio), housing 750 dogs, of which 120 are paralyzed hind leg dogs, and I started working full time there, in charge of the Vet area and Intensive Care.
In 2013 I returned to my hometown to work in APOAA, a non-kill Dog Rescue Center which hosted 150 dogs, 2 of them paralyzed hind legs dog, until September last year, when I decided to start my adventure in New Zealand.
And here I am, at KURI, with a great team, working with and for the dogs, making sure they have a healthy and happy life, because they deserve it.