Hello, I will be arriving in Provence on September 1st, I am having a problem getting my pet on the flight with me even in the cargo/hold. I keep getting different answers and outside sources are extremely pricey, much more than my own ticket. It's crazy. Any advice would be helpful.
We are an English family living on Nice Promenade in an apartment. We lost our little dog in May and now feel ready to either offer a wonderful home to a dog needing full adoption or we can offer a pet-sitting service. Either live with us or we will pet-sit and house-sit. Mature couple, life-long dog and cat owners. Missing a furry friend and we don’t want to buy from a breeder when so many dogs need re-homing but struggling to find one from the refuges in the area. A small dog is ideal for us to adopt but any size taken for pet-sitting.
I’m looking for livery for my old horse, ideally near Mandelieu but anywhere within a 30km radius. We don’t need a school, just a lovely stable, turnout and a companion or two for him. He’s a quiet 21 year old KWPN, still happy to hack. We can get involved with yard work if anyone has a small private yard.
Having been away due to COVID, upon my return our neighbours installed an animal electrical fence along our fence, facing our main entrance and are now holding 2 grown donkeys.Does anyone know what are the obligations to hold donkeys outside in residential areas, without proper arrangements , no watering systems etcWhat are our rights as neighbours as they undoubtfully will have some smells and possibly even, if not cared for properly, flees etcThanks for replying direct to Michael.firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks
hallo, i bought a "Miniature Wirehaired Dachshound" in germany. he was born the 19th of october, 2009. he will weigh no more than 3 kg by the time of entry. i want to bring him with me on the airplane inside the cabin on january 5th, 2010, on my return from germany into nice airport. i have by than a valid EU passport which states that he has the necessary vaccinations (except rabies). he is tattooed. he is at the time of my departure from germany to young to get the rabies vaccination. i read up on the internet, that i can bring the puppy in if i have the required documents. i also have another certificate stating that he comes from germany, and that there have been no rabies outbreak for over three years, and he has not left germany since his birth. however, since he cannot have the rabies vaccination, due to his young age, could someone please tell me, what other documents i need to have. do i need to get any documents or special permission from the french or monaco authorities, saying that i can bring this puppy in? if yes, where do i need to go or make contact by email to get the correct answers. i have contacted the french consulates, but nobody can give me the right answers. since i do not speak french, only english and german, i need to contact someone by -email. i live in menton, and my children live in monaco and are monegasque. i would appreciate any help in this matter. kind regardsmarlene peterson
Is there a dedicated cat lover in the Callian-Fayence region who could help us feed the stray kitties dumped by the rubbish bins in our region. We've been feeding them for more than a year, trying to catch the entire, not always with success, but we're exhausted. Is there someone reliable in the region who could help feed one or two evenings a week to give us a break on one or two nights. Must stick with our feeding regime, evenings only. Garage opposite is hostile to cats so evening only feeding is preferable. Please call 06 80 86 95 17 if you could help.
I am relocating back to the UK in December and I am having problems getting my kitten back to the UK, he is passported and has all his documentation up to date, my problem is that to fly him he has to go in the hold and it will be a minimum of a €1000. I have got as far as Calais but now my problem is how to get him over the channel as foot passengers are not allowed to travel with pets and I cannot rent a car and leave it in the UK. Any help suggestions would truly be appreciated
Hello, I am very fortunate in that I live on a very quiet road bordered with forrest and fields, ideal for walking my dog. She is a very friendly golden retriever, so I do not put her on the leash. I have been walking up and down the road every day for many years and all the neighbours say hello and pat the dog which is so lovely. Today someone from another road was walking down the same road with her small dog on a leash and shouted at me for not having my dog on a leash and said it was not allowed. She was in a panic and picked her dog up. My dog went up to her gently and tried to say hello with a big waggy tail, but she continued to shout even when I explained that my dog was not viscous she told me I was stupid. I am shocked at such abuse and feel the need to ask if I am in the wrong. Can anyone please advise.
Hi allWe are new to the Riviera and are looking for a recommended dog sitter. someone who will care and look after our 2 dogs (Hungarian Vizsla - 3yrs old, and a Sausage dog - 4yrs old) both well trained. Ideally someone with experience, who will exercise them during the day and who will keep the dogs inside at night, as they sleep inside at home. Please if anyone knows or can recommend a good sitter it would be much appreciated!Thanks in advanceTyrone