Fijian islanders have a love of dogs, but their love extends to visiting the island where they can’t.
The island’s population of more than 2 million people has a dog population that’s nearly three times that of the U.S., and it’s estimated that more than 40 percent of the island’s people have a dog.
There are some areas that are classified as dog-friendly but other areas are off-limits to the public.
Some of those areas include the island of Tuvalu, home to more than 70,000 people.
The country is a country of nearly 1.5 million people, and about 1,500 dogs live on the island.
Some dogs are allowed to roam freely, and others are restricted to certain areas.
The U.N. World Animal Protection Agency estimates that between 20 and 40 percent in Fiji are affected by dog bites.
It also says that the dogs in question are often brought to the island by breeders.
Dogs are a popular pet on the islands and have helped make the country a favorite tourist destination for tourists and locals alike.
There’s even a website where visitors can track the dogs that live in their neighborhoods and help find places where they could spend time with their pooch.
There were also reports of dog bites on Friday in the capital, Fijio.
There have been several incidents on the capital island of Manus over the last few years, and the government said it was working to stop the problem.
In February, Fiamma, a popular tourist destination in the region, closed its main beach and said it had received a few reports of dogs that were walking on the beach.
In March, it was reported that a dog was shot by a tourist on the street outside Manus International Airport.
In April, a dog attacked a man on a sidewalk outside the Manus airport.