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Show Your Support for Pet Adoption!

The Voice of Nosara and Nosara Animal Care (NAC) are joining forces to find homes for abandoned dogs and cats in Nosara. During the next 2 months, we will share profiles of the pets that NAC has for adoption. Each of them has its own life history and also their own personality.

With this campaign, you will get to know each of them better: some are great guardians, others are in need for love and affection, while others just want a shelter to feel safe while they learn how to play with your family members. All of them are different and unique, and the best part is that you can help them.

Name: Berli
Age: 2 years old
Description: beige Belgian Sheppard X with black markings. She is medium/large size and full grown
Medical History: spayed and fully vaccinated. Berli had mange and a skin infection when she came to us but has not had any skin issues since treated in February 2012.
Background: Berli’s original owners wanted to kill her because she had mange. They did not understand that it was a treatable condition. Her neighbours called NAC concerned for her wellbeing. She had obviously not been loved or fed properly for a long time. People in the neighbourhood were throwing rocks and hot water at her to keep her off their properties when she would come searching for food.
Her owner surrendered her to NAC and we took her in our care. She had a long battle with skin bacteria but since her treatment she has been healthy and very happy. She is a beautiful dog with an intelligent and friendly personality. She would make a great companion in a one dog household, and a loyal guard dog.

If you want to help Berli, share this story with your friends and family. You can contact Nosara Animal Care at [email protected]  or on facebook at www.facebook.com/NACCostaRica


 

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First Electronic Waste Collection Cleans Up Nosara

Local businesses and residents dropped off over 100 items at the electronic waste collection on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15. The activity was sponsored by Hotel L’Acqua Viva, Sustainable Nosara and the Nosara Chamber of Tourism.

Activist from Documentary “Sharkwaters” to Visit Nosara

Local conservationists have attracted the attention of William Flores, a responsible fishing advocate and well known activist who participated in the famous documentary “Sharkwater” will be making a three day trip to Nosara to educate youth and adults.

German Filmaker Aspires to Share Nosara’s Recycling Project with the World

What director and producer Ayana de Vos loves most about making films is that you can touch people. “If a film is nicely done, it is powerful and hopefully reaches the people,” she said.

Conservation Principles within the TECOCO Law: An Alternative to Coastal Development

At the foundation of the Coastal Community Territories Law, known as the TECOCOS law (Law 18148), is the recognition of the right to live in the maritime land zone for the people who have lived in it for years.

Dogs Blamed for Dead Turtle Found in Guiones

The recent discovery of a dead turtle with huge chunks bitten out of it has sparked concern that these protected sea creatures could be facing another threat in Nosara: guard dogs.

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