I've been reading some threads about dogs and thought this would be a nice place to share my problem. I have a 2 yr old pug who seems to be afraid of everything surrounding him. I have tried to show calm and assertive direction and a matter-of-fact attitude, but nothing seems to work. Can anyone suggest anything?
A friend is moving and wants me to take her dog (a mutt). I live in an apartment, and not avery big one at that. I had dogs when I was growing up but we lived in a place with a good amt of land for the dogs to frolic around on. I'd like to hear some opinions on having a dog in an apt. I think it's not cool but my friend (who's currently in a house with a small yard) thinks the dog will be fine. Thanks.
Hi! I am not from Germany and not very clear on the pet laws over there. I apologise in advance if I hurt anyone's emotions unknowingly, I don't intend to. I need a cute small pet (dog/cat/rabbit) in Berlin for a few hours that can carry a small message for me to be conveyed to my guy who lives in Berlin and is upset with me. Buying and gifting a pet doesn't seem to be a good idea because I know that he can't keep one. But I think this is cute way to express what I feel and might make him talk with me. I need help if someone wants to do this favour for me. Is this possible? Can this be arranged? Thanks in anticipation! xxx
The animal protection organization ‘Deutsch-Bulgarische Strassentier-Nothilfe’ (a German Bulgarian rescue organization for stray dogs) is looking for people flying from Bulgaria (Sofia, Varna) to Germany (no matter to what airport) to help transfer dogs. Airlines transporting animals are Lufthansa and Air Berlin (Bulgarian Air Charter and Air Via don't transport animals anymore).The entire organization and formalities in Bulgaria at the airport, as well as in Germany, will be done by members of Deutsch-Bulgarische Strassentier-Nothilfe. You will have no costs, no longer waiting times and must not be earlier at the airport when you leave Bulgaria. The dogs will be welcomed by members of the rescue organization at the airport in Germany and driven to their new homes.You could help the dogs move to their forever home as soon as they have the opportunity to leave the country. The dogs are microchipped and vaccinated.Look here for more information: http://www.db-tierhilfe.de/flugpaten-gesucht.phpPlease contact us and we will provide you with further details. Thanks in advance.Phone: 0049 (0)6633/919865 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org