The idea to build these two activity centers came about on two separate occasions. Lopez decided to build the first one after noticing how much fun her entire “doggy zoo” was having running around the backyard, which was very small back then because of the pool and shed that took up half the space. So, she upgraded the area by installing the first activity center.
The second one came about after several incidents of blind dogs and new puppies falling into the pool, so it was good-bye to the pool and hello to another activity center, ensuring there are not longer any safety hazards!
“I decided to join the challenge for a few reasons: First of all, there is so much negativity in the world and I wanted to post something positive and fun. Second, I like to share my ideas. Some people have very limited space, they can make the most of that space and still create something fun for their pets. And third, I love sharing my dogs’ and how they live, I am very proud of them. I want people to know that you can have a multitude of dogs, or any animal, in my case 22 dogs, and still live in harmony,” said Lopez.
There is no dedicated Facebook page for these lovely pooches, but Lopez invited everyone to follow her personal Facebook profile where the doggos take up most of the airtime.