Looking for recommendations for an English speaking veterinarian in Strasbourg. Many thanks in advance.Forums Administration note:If you can help, you must remember to e-mail your replies; in accordance with French regulations, names and contact details of veterinarians must not be posted publicly in the Discussions.
If so, then find out more about it by reading this article: http://www.thegoodlifefrance.com/expats-volunteer-opportunities-in-france-with-laarf/ Or join the LAARF volunteer network (Les Amis des Animaux en Refuges de France) on: Facebook: LAARF SPA Volunteer NetworkWebsite: laarf.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi all, I'm posting this on behalf of a lady on AngloInfo Brittany, hoping that some kind souls may be able to contribute a small amount towards an operation for an abandoned cat. See here for details: http://brittany.angloinfo.com/forum/viewtopic/222662/0/injured-cat-dilema/ Thanks for taking the time to read this. Best wishes. Linda W
Just popping down from Poitou-Charentes to let you know that a new Facebook group has been formed to bring together animal lovers who would like to help out at their local animal refuge. If you already volunteer for your local animal refuge, or are interested in helping by walking the dogs or cuddling cats or by collecting and delivering much needed food and bedding, please join us: https://www.facebook.com/groups/433692586732464/ We plan to develop the network and there will be a website in the New Year with lots of information about volunteering, fostering and where you can make a difference, so if you don't use facebook but are interested in being involved, please get in touch, letting us know how you'd like to help.
My cat found an abandoned bird's nest and when I picked her up she was covered in these little creatures. I'm assuming they're mites of some description? What do I do? She's got a reletively new flea collar on and I think I've got them all off, but will she still get them in her ears do you think? Advice required!
We already have a rescue dog (lab cross) and we are now thinking of taking on a rescue kitten too. Does anyone have any recommendations on ways to acheive a successful integration vis-a-vis the dog? In theory she shouldn't be agressive, at the refuge they told us she is ok around cats.
Hi I maybe looking to move to Darney , Vosges . I have TB's and I dont know the area at all , is it suitable for horses ? Feed , bedding , farriers , vets , bridleways ? I have been looking more to the west , Brittany etc but this property has come up and I really like the look of it . Any info/help that would be great . Thank you.