For 12 years, dogs and other animals, have been given a second chance to experience good health, new homes, and the joy of belonging to a family — because of the PV SPCA, the brainchild of a California woman named Janice Chatterton, its powerhouse founder.
Chatterton oversaw, fund-raised, and managed the charity, with a determination that some say has inspired a cultural shift on how dogs are treated in Puerto Vallarta.
"This is a world-class facility," said Stephanie Dubinsky, a Canadian who has been with the PV SPCA from the beginning. "She was the fearless leader."
But now the . . .