About Las Motherpuppers
Las Motherpuppers of Puerto Rico is a lifestyle blog and club created by three dog mom’s joined together & inspired by their love for their dogs. We aim to create a community with like-minded dog moms & their dogs to connect and inspire each other through educational content, collaborations, bonding activities & sharing products we love.
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Meet Las Motherpuppers
Three dog mom’s joined together, inspired by their love for their dogs.
Ana Sofía Raffucci
Ana Sofía is an Architect turned graphic designer (10+ year experience) that lives in Puerto Rico. After leaving her job at a marketing agency in 2018 she has been freelancing, focused on social content and strategy for various local brands and businesses, most of them within the pet industry. Ana has been actively participating with animal welfare organizations in PR and USA and is distinguish by her creative ideas and events.
She has a huge love for animals, especially dogs and advocates for rescued pups ever since she adopted Rocco in 2014. She currently has another adopted dog named Polo. Some of her other interests include: photography, art, travelling, reading and cooking.
Fun Fact: Last year she joined the board of GALS Foundation (non-profit) as Global Partnership Director where they aim to do multiple fundraisings throughout the year to help fund and support various pet related non-profits around the world.
Yari is a local actress with a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and an MBA in marketing, making her an expert in the rapidly changing digital world, as mastered during her years of experience in the hospitality and real estate industry.
She’s now a stay at home dog mom of two rescue dogs and a rescue hamster. As a born pet lover she enjoys volunteering for animal welfare groups and is the person behind The Humane Society of Puerto Rico's social accounts. She is also the creator of Mandala Animal Rehabilitation Center, a non for profit organization dedicated to rehabilitating dogs that are considered non adoptable.
Yari also loves to take her dogs with her everywhere she goes from dog parks, events, restaurants and hotel stays. Some of her hobbies are: shopping, skincare, watching rom-coms and her family.
Fun Fact: She is a fan of Cesar Millan and has watched all of his shows. She even calls herself Yari Millan sometimes.
Colombian by birth and Boricua since 2018 Alejandra decided to become an animal photographer after losing her kitty Chicha. She was always a cat mom until her profession made her fall in love with dogs, becoming a dog mom as well. She is the woman behind AMA Dog Photography and our collaborator of content creation.
She has a passion for helping shelters and collaborates with sanctuaries in Colombia and upon her arrival to the island she collaborated with the San Francisco de Asis Sanctuary. In addition, when her schedule allows it, she offers her talent for photography to dogs that are looking for permanent homes.
She currently has 4 adopted cats: Pala and Simona from Buenos Aires, Negrita from Ecuador and Tonni from Puerto Rico. In addition to her 2 dogs Messi The Wonderdog and Lobo. Other things she enjoys are: swimming, listening to music, going to the beach with her family and netflix & chill.
Fun fact: She still feels like a cat lover at heart but recognizes that dogs have helped her to be more active and go out to discover new adventures.
Meet the Puppers
The dogs that made us Dog Moms.
Rocco & Polo
This is the adorable and very sweet duo of Rocco & Polo, two rescued Satos who live happily in San Juan. Rocco was adopted in Rincon in 2014 (rescued by ARF Rincón) and is the reason why his owner has become so involved in the pet industry for the past few years. He is an alpha but affectionate puppy and loves to pose in front of the camera. Enjoy "roadtrips" to Rincon and visits to the beach. For a few years his dog mom was already determined to adopt another puppy to join the family and in 2021 the great Polo appeared in her life directly from Jayuya (rescued by (Obra Rescue). Polo is a very sociable, affectionate, playful puppy and although he looks like a stuffed animal he is mischievous.
Milo & Mila
The Milos as they are usually called look alike but they are from different litters. Milo André was adopted in 2020, the pandemic dog his dog mom so desperately wanted. Milo was born in a foster house as his mommy Piña a medium size black dog was rescued pregnant in Guavate, Cayey by El Foster Club. Milo is a happy go lucky mamma's boy who gets along well with anyone. He has a passion for food and will do anything to get a bite. He was meant to be an only child but on Summer 2022 his dog mom saw a story from Foster Club Rescue and it was Milo's twin! Yes, Mila looked exactly like baby Milo so the family decided to adopt her. With only 6 months old Mila Zoé became part of the family. She was rescued in San Juan along with her mom and siblings. Mila is a back of the pack, insecure dog that loves affection and doesn't like to be by herself.
Messi & Lobo
The Wonderdogs Messi and Lobo are father and son. Two border collies with great features but very different at the same time. Messi was born in 2019 and was the only male in his litter. He is a very independent, working dog. Messi prefers play or work more than getting belly rubs and cuddle. He loves finding hidden stuff around the house using his nose and is great in agility. He was going to be the only dog in a house full of cats but then Lobo was born. Lobo was meant to be his grandmother service dog in Colombia but due to the progress of her condition it wasn't possible. Lobo is Messi's son and was responsibly selected with help of professionals. Lobo is a more loving, playful and cuddling kind of dog. He loves attention and belly rubs. They both get along well with their cats siblings and respect their boundaries.