Walking Your Pet to New Destinations

Pet Food Sources in Australia

There are literally millions of pets in Australia, so if you will be relocating with family, furry members included, you will have no trouble finding yummy edibles for your four-legged friend. Australian cities offer all the sorts of pet-centric shopping you’re used to. Not only sources for food, but opportunities to stock up on toys and accessories, schedule stylish grooming appointments, and so on.

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Dangerous Plants for Your Dog in New Zealand

One of the biggest concerns for pet parents when moving to a foreign country is to keep your dear pet safe. Everything is new, so what precautions should you take? For example, we don’t usually think of New Zealand as a dangerous place, but the truth is there are plants that could poison your pup. You need to know about this!

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Petiquette in Singapore

When you are about to move to another country with your pet, it’s smart to learn about what to expect. Different cultures and religions regard pets differently, so you’ll need to know the laws that govern pet ownership and also the local rules of “petiquette.” That way, you and your four-legged companion will be welcomed a great new neighbors. So what’s in store for you in Singapore?

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Best Play Dates in Hong Kong for Your Dog

It used to be a little scary to move to some foreign country half-way around the world. Who knew what it would be like? Now, the internet has made international relocation much more comfortable, no matter where you’re headed. You can learn online so much about your soon-to-be home. Some might say that takes away all the intrigue, but if you’re moving to Hong Kong, it will still be plenty exciting.

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Finding a Good Vet in China

If you’re moving to China with your family, you will have plenty to think about, to organize your move and to settle in once you arrive. Top-of-mind for pet owners is always where to find a good veterinarian. You certainly want to take your furry family member with you, but you also want to be sure she’ll get good care in China.

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