Hello! Anyone need their dogs exercising in Prenzlauerberg? I've got 20 years experience and can offer the service for all sizes and ages. Any day, any time. 5 Euros per dog per walk. Happy to negotiate for additional dogs. Caddywaddy@hotmail.com or 0044 7779 658633 (UK Handy).
I know I have to have a pet passport to take my dog to the UK but what is the situation to take it on holiday to Italy or Spain - it seems most Germans take their pets with them when they go away (hence the distinct lack of good kennels in my experience anyway) I have looked at self catering options which say pets allowed and am considering taking my dog with me but I am worried about: cost of flying and will she have to go in the hold - do any airlines let them travel in the cabin with you? vet procedure if I needed one availability of same food Would be grateful for any advice, particularly if there's one country which is better for dogs, just want a nice beach holiday somewhere for a couple of weeks and would prefer to take her with me if I can. If not any dog sitters out there in August?
Help! I will be traveling through the Frankfurt airport with my dog and urgently need information. I have a six hour layover in Frankfurt and need to know if there is a place outside the terminal where I can walk her between flights. She's traveling in the cabin of the air plane so she will be with me during the layover as well. I've received conflicting information about this from the staff at the airport. Has anyone else encountered this situation, or does anyone know the Frankfurt airport well enough to advise me on where I can take her for a walk? Thanks!
Since I got my pup I have gotten to know a few people with dogs in Berlin and there is one lady I've met regularly when we take our dogs out for a stroll in the park. I hadn't seen her for a while but met her last week. She had been away on holiday, left her dog with a friend, came back and the friend complained that the dog had done its business all over the place even though it is 8 years old and fully house trained. She took the dog back home where it continued to be sick and, so she thought, had an extremely bad case of gastroenteritis. She took the dog to the vet who performed some sort of operation, something to do with the pancreas (my German loses it a bit sometimes but this much I understood). The vet told her to feed the dog on boiled chicken, rice and natural yoghurt and to give insulin. The dog is now super skinny compared to what it was and the insulin levels seem to be increased every time she visits the vet. The vet also insists on blood tests which cost a fortune. She doesn't have pet insurance (don't ask me why) and is becoming very worried about her dog. Does anyone have experience with diabetic dogs or can anyone recommend a good vet. The one my friend is going to appears to be floundering around and guessing what might/might not improve the dog's condition. She is getting pretty desperate. Thanks.
Hi there, my boyfriend recently moved over from England to my place in Friedenau and with him Charlie (male, mix of Stafford, Labrador and Dalmatian). It would be great to find company for walks and also someone who occasionally can look after him when we are out (evenings/weekends). Your dog is welcome to our place in return. for contact email me: email@example.com thanks & see you soon, Janine
If you're looking for color along with a tiny size, I've certainly got it! My boys are not quite teacups, but right between that and the standard Chi, currently they don't even match the palm of my hand and they have super petite structures. I'm thinking they'll be 2-5lbs, but on the lower side of that, so if size matters, they'd be a great match! One is a gorgeous Black and White with a mostly black coat accented by a white stripe down his face, masking around his nose, a big ring around his neck, white paws, and a tip on his tail, he's so pretty! Another is a deep Black with a tiny patch of white on his chest- he loves to have his belly rubbed! The third is a Deep Chocolate with a tiny patch of white on his chest as well, he's very adventerous and loving! You can't go wrong with any of them, they're all gorgeous now and will just get better with time! They're super sweet, beautiful, and will always put a smile on your face! They,of course, will come pre-spoiled, socialized with pets and people, and will make great loving companions for the entire family. Chihuahua's are a very devoted dog, they love their owners with all their heart, so if that's what you're looking for, you'll get it with any one of them. They will also be vaccinated, vet checked, wormed, and also come with a health guarantee. lovely and outstanding
Hello, First of all, pleased to meet you all. I'm a volunteer of Society for protection of animals from Murmansk, Russia. Two delegates from our Society're going to take part in the International Companion Animal Welfare Conference in Berlin, which'll be held from 31st of October till 02 of November in "Maritim" hotel. But, unfortunately, they don't speak English at all. That's why we need a help with the translation (from English to Russian) at some workshops, etc. Of course, we won't be asking you to do it for free, but our society have no opportunity to pay you a lot. We can discuss this question. If this info interest you or anyone you know, please, mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks a lot in advance.