If you’re moving to Germany, you can look forward to some pretty nice weather. It’s rarely hot in summer, but it can get quite cold in winter. Much of the country is mountainous, you know. So when winter rolls around, you’ll want to bundle up. You might want to bundle up your dog, too – or at least make other preparations to keep him toasty no matter the temperature.
What’s the deal with Brexit? Will there even be an exit deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union by March 29, 2019? That’s the deadline, and it’s getting dangerously close with no deal in sight as of yet. If you and your pet will be visiting or relocating to the UK soon, we know you’re on pins and needles. How will the Brexit situation affect your travel? And what about your pet?
The year-end holiday whirlwind is finally over, and life can get back to normal. But let’s reflect for a moment. A lot of pet parents discover too late that the additional chaos and trappings of the holidays cause their beloved and otherwise-model-citizen pets to veer out of control. Tearing into ribbon and wrapping paper makes a big mess. But did you know these things can be dangerous, too?
Wow, Paris! Does your pet know how lucky she is to now live in one of the world’s most famous cities? When it comes to style, Paris is the height of haute couture. For pets as well as people. And that means you’ll have no trouble finding must-have toys, treats, and other necessities as well as stylish apparel for your cat or dog.
Your dog has fleas? Oh, dear. This needs to be fixed, and right away, for your pet’s sake as well as yours. If you’re planning a move, the urgency is even greater because the last thing you want to do is give those nasty fleas an all-expenses-paid trip to your new home. Besides, if you’ll be moving overseas, your pup will have to prove himself flea-free before he will be welcomed in his new country.