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Frida: the Mexican rescue dog who has saved more than 52 lives

Labrador retriever makes global headlines after Mexican president praises her work following deadly 7.1 magnitude quake
Frida the rescue dog pictured on 10 September. Photograph: Edgard Garrido/Reuters

A labrador retriever has made global headlines following her rescue efforts in Mexico’s recent earthquakes. The local heroine, who goes by the

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