By Briana Lionetti, Kayla Shults and Janelle Clausen
Everywhere you turn in Cuba, you’ll find a dog. They are basically free to roam the streets, which can be shocking for Americans used to keeping their dogs on a leash or in the house at all times. Most of the dogs we saw were mutts, but friendly nonetheless and ready to follow tourists. Case in point: one canine followed us around Havana for almost an hour and basically became our tour guide that evening.
So with this photo gallery, we pay tribute to the best hounds we met in Havana and around the country. We would have adopted them all if we could.