If you’re looking for some friendly folks and equally friendly canines to go walk-about with you, the UK is definitely the place to be. The British love leisurely strolls and invigorating hikes, and they love dogs, too. Who invented “walkies,” for heaven’s sake? So, while moving to the United Kingdom may present you with several forms of culture shock, you’ll easily find like-minded dog lovers.
When it gets hot – something it does pretty much all year in Singapore – our thoughts turn to water. A refreshing dip can lower our temperature and raise our enthusiasm level. Especially when we’re swimming with our dog. So, if you’re living in Singapore (or about to relocate there), where can you go with your favorite canine to take in the waters?
Moving overseas requires more preparation than simply deciding what to take and packing it up. You have to get your family emotionally ready to go, too, and that’s not always easy – especially when your family includes a beloved pet. You cannot explain to a dog or cat what’s happening and why. And, frankly, organizing a pet for an international move involves complex choreography.