Tortilla Loving, Salsa Dancing and Other Signs Your Dog Is Latino
Sure, most dogs can learn to sit, roll over, but Latino dogs live a different way of life. Only Latino dogs shake their tails on queue to Celia Cruz’s music and stop at the smell of fresh fruta con chile. What else do they do? Here are other signs your canine is Latino…
His world stops for pepino y Tajín.
Milk-Bones are basic. A Latino dog only takes pepinos as treats. More Tajín, please!
He’s bilingual and learns most of it from their abuelitos.
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“I just wanted to say hola…”
She was raised to be polite, not maleducados.
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He respects his tíos, too.
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“Sí, tío Pepe. Whatever you say.”
They fear la chancla.
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“I only have myself to blame. I knew I shouldn’t have answered back but I did it anyway.” *Sad puppy eyes*
His national pride rivals yours and your friends.
“Ouviram do Ipiranga às margens plácidas. De um povo heróico o brado retumbante…” ?
(Those are the Brazilian National Anthem’s opening lines, in case you didn’t know.)
She’s got ritmo like no other.
Does your dog start dancing when Ceila Cruz comes on the radio? Well, Fido might be Latino.
They’re family oriented and always up for babysitting.
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“No te preocupes. Sale ya. We’ll watch la nene while you go to dinner.”
And he loves every minute of it.
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“Eres mi tesorito. Dame otro beso.”
They love tortillas…
…and he can’t resist a morning croqueta.
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He embraces classic Latino style.
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On Sundays we wear sombreros.
And proudly wear their traditional patterns.
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The poncho doesn’t make the man; the man makes the poncho.
Did we mention they’re great salsa dancers? ?
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Who hasn’t lost control of their feet to Me Libere by El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico?
How Latino is your dog? mitú wants to know. Tell/Show us in the comments below!
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