Morocco has 3 million stray dogs. Meet the people trying to help them.

Dog lovers proud of their country's unique breed want to make their lives better—and prevent the spread of rabies.

A pack of Beldis gather in the coastal city of Agadir, south of Tangier. Beldi, which means “from the countryside” in Darija, the Arabic dialect spoken in Morocco, is a catch-all term used to describe mixed-breed dogs native to the country.

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