Free and feel-good activity in San Pedro

Saga Humane Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

Have some free time and a soft spot for furry friends? Head over to the Saga Humane Society (a block from Pedro’s Hotel) and volunteer to walk a dog or two. Face it- you’d probably be meandering around town or down the beach any way; why not bring a little buddy along with you? The Humane Society on Ambergris Caye is doing a great job of keeping the island’s dogs and cats healthy and getting them adopted to forever homes.

Saga Humane Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

If you’re just on vacation and can’t commit to adoption then spending a morning as a volunteer pal is the next best thing. No need to call ahead, you can just wander in to the office and let them know you’re intentions- you’ll have no shortage of sweet pups clamoring for your attention. They’ll provide you with leashes and poop bags and you’re good to go. We headed across the street for a romp on the beach and everyone had a good time. This is an activity that doesn’t cost you anything (though of course donations are always needed and appreciated) and really makes a dog’s day.

Saga Humane Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

So well behaved…

Saga Humane Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

And this one, not so much…

Saga Humane Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

A quick rest in the shade before continuing down the beach.

Sage Humane Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

 

Saga Human Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

This guy got a little tired in the hot sun and needed to be carried.

Dogs on Beach Saga- Real Life Recess

 

Look at the smile on this little guy’s face!

Saga Humane Society Ambergris Caye- Real Life Recess

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Megan Rodden

never met a vacation she didn’t like. Megan is a self-centered, snarky, unambitious derelict… like most of her peers.

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