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Hope someone can help - I'm due to visit La Bazoche-Gouet next week, with my two boxers in tow. I'm completely unfamiliar with the area and in need of a friendly vet to do the usual worming and pet passport stuff before I head home, preferably also one who speaks English/ is tolerant of appalling French.The town is about 45 mins from Chartres, 30 mins from Chateaudun and an hour from Le Mans (hoping I don't have to travel that far though!)Any recommendations from someone in the know would be warmly welcomed (in the usual direct message/email form to comply with French regs!)Thanks, Alex.
Bringing my two dogs along on holiday in August. Keen to find a friendly vet in the vicinity of La Bazoche-Gouet to get the pet passport necessities taken care of - I guess anywhere between East of Le Mans and West of Chartres/Orelans would be ideal.Any recommendations by DM would be gratefully received!
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I am looking for a new home for my connemara x thoroughbred mare. She is 20 years old and was a show jumping pony. There is no reason why she couldn't return to be ridden by an experienced competent rider. She would make a lovely companion to another horse/donkey. She is very affectionate and always the first to greet you at the gate.
I am looking for a mature and experienced person or couple (over 30) to live in my house and take care of my indoors-only cat for the afternoon of 21 May through 31 May inclusive. My house is located in a village a short distance outside the market town of Ruffec, with easy access to Verteuil-sur-Charente, Nanteuil-en-Vallée, Poitiers, and Angouleme. There are many beautiful walks in this tranquil area. However, a car is necessary. The house is very comfortable, with all mod cons, including a large private terrace in back and a superb view. No house or garden work is required. Non-smokers only please, and experienced with cats. My cat is an eight-year-old neutered male, and is somewhat timid, with a calm and affectionate manner when he gets to know you. He is definitely indoors-only, so you would need to pay special attention to comings and goings, so he does not get out. He needs company while I am away, so I am looking for someone who will be willing to spend some quality indoor time with him, playing/ reading/watching television/whatever, and who is willing to let him sleep with you in the bedroom and perhaps even on top of your bed. Experience with cats and references required please. If you are interested but these dates do not suit you, please get in touch anyway; I will probably need someone for other times also. Thank you for all responses!
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Hi, is it just me or is anybody else feeling we are being "used", "abused" and "taken for a ride" with Cannel crossing charges for our pets? I can book a car with up to 9 people in it on a channel crossing for as litle as £63 rtn., but put one dog in the car and they want another £30. For what, the dog stays in the car, it is easily identified by a micro chip, no trying to match up an old photo to a dishevelled face like my passport, I get cafe, toilets, rest ares at the port, duty free shops, musak, lounges with comfy chairs etc on board while the poor old dog has to sit down in the car deck locked in the car. Doesn't seem fair to me, even with five people in the car that's only £12.60 each, with all those facilities for our comfort and the poor old dog, or cat, is charged £30 with nothing laid on.. no it doesn't seem fair to me. Now it isn't DEFRA who charge the fee, I've checked, it is solely down to the channel crossing companies. Why? Is the answer just greed and "because they can?" and is there anything we can do about getting a better deal?
It looks as though my dog might have to have a brain scan. I live close to Chatillon-sur-Indre and I know there are clinics with scanners at Nantes and also Bordeaux, both of which are approximately 4 hours drive. Does anyone know if there are any vets with scanners closer to me? I've been told there might be one at Limoges which is considerably closer (about half the distance), but the person who told me is not certain. Does anyone have any suggestions? Many thanks in advance.
Is it ok to leave food out for the hedgehogs that come into our garden at night? I don't want to try to turn them into pets or make them reliant on humans, but it would be nice to encourage them to visit. What sort of food would be best to put out, I remember my granny putting milk with bread out for them..?