Mexican officials are trying to get people to start owning their dogs on the country’s roads.
And they’re looking for people to buy them.
The Mexican government has been trying to make the transition to dogs on roads since the 1990s, when Mexico became a dog-friendly nation, and now, with a new government, the country is looking for a new way to do that.
The country also has a large number of people who have lost their dogs to traffic accidents, such as in Mexico City, according to the Dog-Friendly Network.
The new government has started a program called “Saving the Dogs” that aims to get more people involved in the process.
It also announced that Mexico will become the first country in the world to adopt a dog registry, a process that requires all owners of a dog to register their pet.
This is a key part of the program because it allows the government to track all the animals that pass through a border crossing, and it allows for the registration of owners who do not have pets.
People can register their pets through the Mexican government’s Dog Registry website.
The government also has plans to build dog parks, where people can train their dogs, and also to put up dog food stalls to provide dogs with a steady source of food.
The program will take up to five years to complete.
And the new government will have to take over the program to start, which could be tough given the ongoing violence that has swept through the country in recent months.
The Dog-friendly Network’s Sarah Gualtieri, who is working on the program, said the government will help get people registered and have them work with the authorities in Mexico.
She said that the plan is to work with animal shelters, animal rescue groups and other organizations to get the registration process going, and then they will work with local governments to implement the program.
She added that the program will include training on the safety of pets and training in basic dog handling.
The dog registry is part of a larger program called Dog-Proofing.
The idea behind the program is to train people in the proper way to handle dogs.
This includes using proper equipment, keeping a leash on a dog, using a leash for walking and other basic training.
For instance, a dog should never be put on a leash unless it is being trained to go off the leash.
There will also be training sessions to make sure people are properly trained when it comes to handling dogs and how to properly treat them when they do become aggressive.
Sarah Guraltieri is part the dog-proofing effort and is helping the new Mexican government get people in line with the program before it’s even started.
Guralteri told me the main goal of the dog registry was to train and certify people who are interested in starting their own dog registry.
She also said that a dog will be a good pet, especially if it has a strong personality and is active and can stay with you.
She hopes to get 20,000 registered dogs in the first year, and she said that there are plans to expand it to more than 50,000 dogs.
I asked her if she thinks that the government should just let people register dogs and not make them wait until the registry is up and running.
I know it is hard to believe that it took so long, but it is possible that it is, she said.
Sarah told me that the registry will work by requiring pet owners to provide a photo ID to the registry, which is a government-issued card that can be used to prove ownership.
If the owner doesn’t have a photo, they can be disqualified from the program for the rest of their life.
She told me this could happen in just one day.
Sarah said that if people are not interested in registering their pets, they should consider signing up for the dog proofing program, which will take place in a year or so.
The dogs will be given a certificate of registration and a certificate that the dog has been tested for rabies.
In order to get this certification, people will have have to submit an online questionnaire, which they can fill out in person, or they can do it online through a smartphone app.
The website will also provide the government with information about who is participating in the program and what types of dogs are registered.
Gualteri said that she thinks the program could have a positive impact on the lives of people in Mexico, especially in rural areas where there are a lot of stray dogs.
The goal is to get 100,000 pets registered in a first year.
I also asked her what she thought the public perception about dogs on Mexican roads is.
I was surprised at the number of complaints that people have about dogs, she told me.
It’s a very controversial subject, and there are very few people who really understand how dogs work and how dogs are trained.
People often think that dogs are dogs that are aggressive, and that they are trying their