Eloi Veitia, 12, pets her 8-month old puppy, Jaya, a blue heeler, at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel. The hotel is among more than a dozen in Miami Beach offering $99 rates for Beach residents after Hurricane Irma.
Eloi Veitia, 12, pets her 8-month old puppy, Jaya, a blue heeler, at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel. The hotel is among more than a dozen in Miami Beach offering $99 rates for Beach residents after Hurricane Irma. Chabeli Herrera cherrera@miamiherald.com
Eloi Veitia, 12, pets her 8-month old puppy, Jaya, a blue heeler, at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel. The hotel is among more than a dozen in Miami Beach offering $99 rates for Beach residents after Hurricane Irma. Chabeli Herrera cherrera@miamiherald.com

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