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?
Oh, boy! You and your furry companion are going to Italy, to soak up some sun, revel in the millennia of history, and sample the wine and olives. Well, no wine or olives for your beloved pet, sorry. However, Italy is a pet-friendly place, so you can both expect a warm welcome.
Pet cafés have sprung up in cities all around the world in recent years. It’s yet another sign of how attracted we humans are to furry pups and kitties. We can’t seem to get enough of those adorable faces and soft fur. Japan was an “early adopter” of the pet café phenomenon, and the trend continues to grow there. Tokyo, being the capital city, is naturally in the forefront of this craze.
Johannesburg, South Africa. Whether you’re headed there to visit, or you and your family are moving to Joburg for business or personal reasons, you will find plenty to do and see. This cosmopolitan city is South Africa’s largest, so it offers plenty of urban delights. But what if you want to take your dog for a hike that doesn’t involve concrete sidewalks and window shopping?
One of the biggest concerns for parents moving to a new country is how they will help their children make new friends in a foreign land. Especially if their new home is very “foreign” – say, someplace in Asia. And it’s not only your human kids – you want your dog to make new friends as well. Play dates are a great way to introduce your pup (and yourself) to local dogs, people, and places.
What’s better than a holiday trip to France? A holiday trip to France with your dog! If you and your canine companion have your heart set on seeing the sights across this historic and diverse country, you’ll want to get in some hiking. There are so many opportunities, the hardest part will be picking where to go.
When we think of pet travel, we usually envision moving with our pet across the country or to a foreign land. Naturally, you’ll want to know if there are pet-friendly cafés where your four-legged companion can join you for a latte, a cuppa or a glass or wine and a meal – at least outdoors, at a sidewalk table. But have you heard? Now there are indoor animal cafés, too.
Dogs are social creatures, just like people. So naturally dog owners want their pets to have opportunities to socialize with other dogs. If you’re living or visiting in France, you’ll want to know how to play with les chiens where you are. Pet travel means you have to approach this differently.