I recently moved to NYC and I'm very much confused about how to feed my dog in NYC. The place where I lived before had many dog meal suppliers that used to deliver dog food at my doorstep. Here in NYC I don't have much idea. Would love to know any suggestions regarding this.
This is a must read for anyone who has a dog - we recently took our dogs to the med and took all the possible preventions possible, however many owners do not realise that there is a risk (a low one) here in the north of Europe. http://www.langfordvets.co.uk/diagnostic-laboratories/diagnostic-laboratories/pcr-acarus/list-acarus-tests/diseases-transmitted This is a map of areas throughout the world and the level of risk http://www.cvbd.org/en/occurrence-maps/world-map/
Could anyone please give me some recommendations for a good professional cattery where our two colourpoints will be secure and well looked after! Won't need to use the cattery until May next year, but would like to make an advance booking!!" Many thanks.
We have to go back to the UK for a wedding in two weeks but can only stay 3 days including travel (by car) and are taking our dog with us. As the journey back is on a Sunday can anyone tell us what is needed to get the dog back into the country (think they have to be wormed) and how far in advance can it be done before travel.
What is it and how contagious is it? Our neighbours dog has it and we both walk our dogs together in the park and she has known for a week but is still continuing to walk hers and I only found out yesterday - should I get mine to the vet - I am sure ours has been inocculated but can't be sure.