Leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympics, the Russian government implemented a plan to cull the stray dog population in Sochi. Humane Society International helped coordinate the rescue of ten Sochi dogs to serve as ambassadors for the millions of other strays around the world. All ten of these rescues were adopted, and two of them—d'Artagnan and Sochi—have found loving homes in the Washington, D.C., area.
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