Hi! I live in Belgium for two years now and I have plenty of time in the mornings and afternoons!As I am a huge dog lover and cannot have one of my own right now I would love to help someone with their dog(s). I have lots of experience (training, dog psychology) and I am very responsible person!Also I live right next to the big park in Auderghem and have a car for my disposal! Please let me know if you are interested!
Hi! My name is Anna, I'm 20 years old and a student at the Université libre de Bruxelles. I love living in Ixelles in my little student flat, only downside is, no animals are allowed. Being a huge fan of dogs, having a Border-Collie myself at home with my parents, I miss having a furry compagnion to take with my on walks. So if you don't always have to time to take your little buddy outside, I would love to help out. So just let me know if you're interested, I would love to get to know you.
Each evening for the last 2 weeks a young beagle has appeared in our garden. I have found out to who she belongs and each time she comes I send her back home. The owner has apologised 3 times but each evening it happens again. I'm sure they just can't be bothered to take her for a walk after work and just let her out. It's so dangerous because she could end up on the road or stolen. What can I do to get it through to them?
Hi, Looking for an overnight stop for myself and my mare and foal on Thursday 18th July and on return journey on Tuesday 23rd July. My route takes me along the E19/E42, so somewhere not far off the motorway in the Mons area which is about half way would be preferable if possible.
I have started really questioning the content of the kibble i'm feeding my dog. Ideally I'd like to give him meat, pasta and veg each day but frankly I don't have the time to cook for the family not alone him. Any suggestions on a really healthy, quality kibble I could give him?
I've just moved to a house with a garden and I have noticed a wide varity of birds including ring necked doves, magpies and black birds. What food sources can I put out for them to eat? Or is it better to leave them to rely on themselves to find food so they don't become dependent on humans?
there is a dog i would like to adopt, but my parents won't let me. we already have adopted 2 dogs about 4 or 5 years ago. of course it is hard to keep up with studying and taking care of 2 dogs so my parents help out sometimes. it was their idea to get the dogs but now i would like to get a dog they say no. the moment i saw Willy on the adoption site i fell in love with him. Does anyone have any ideas as to what i can do to win my parents over? Please help me! Thank you