Mom says I’m a mutt, dad calls me a Puerto Rican waterdog, and the vet says I’m a lab mix. The truth is, it doesn’t really matter. I’m just happy to be loved!
In Puerto Rico, where I’m from, dogs are just another piece of property that can be thrown away when they are no longer of use. We roam the street and make our homes on the beach.
In September of 2015, I was found abandoned on the side of the road by my soon to be foster mom. I was skin and bones. I was covered in mange and chemical burns from head to tail. My foster mom took me to All Sato Rescue, who decided to take my case and help me heal. She then welcomed me into her home and called me Cachi. She took care of me for nearly 6 months, until my mange was clear and my fur had grown back.
When I was finally healthy again, All Sato Rescue flew me to New Hampshire where I met my family. I first met my people in March and they welcomed me into their family. I got a new name, Kylo, at my new home. Now, I love to be with people and play with anything that squeaks. I am so happy I have my family and I am eternally grateful for All Sato Rescue. – Kylo