Walking Your Pet to New Destinations

What the Best Dressed Cats Are Wearing This Winter in Japan

Depending on where you live in Japan, it can get quite cold indeed during the winter. So even if your family cat (let’s call him Sumo) is pleasantly plump and has a heavy natural coat, he may want a little something extra to stay warm when heading outdoors. And, we’ll also admit, sometimes it’s fun to dress up your cat whether he needs it or not. It’s a fashion thing. And, in Japan, pet fashion is a big thing.

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Pet Food Sources When Living in Japan

Pets are prevalent in Japan, and often even more pampered than they are in the US. If you’re relocating to Japan you’ll have no trouble finding all the necessities and extras your dog or cat loves most. That includes food. 

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Finding a Good Vet in New Zealand

Looking for a good vet in New Zealand? Great news – you won’t have any trouble finding one who speaks English! New Zealand is a very pet-friendly country, and they take pet care seriously. That’s more good news, but if you’re in the process of relocating your family and pet to New Zealand, how can you find the right vet for your dear Mittens?

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Beware of Puppy and Kitten Scams: Don't Be Taken In

For pet lovers, nothing is more frustrating – or heartbreaking – than the fact that puppy and kitten scams just won’t go away. This deplorable situation gets even worse around the holidays, or anytime you want to add a fuzzy new four-legged family member. Or, during the season of giving, you want to rescue a pet in need. That’s why puppy and kitten scams air straight to your heart.

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Best Dog Beaches in New Zealand

New Zealand may not be the largest country in the world, but it’s made up of islands, so there is plenty of coastline. And coastline often means beaches. Most dogs love a romp across the sand and into the surf – or they can learn to love it, if you teach them how. So, where should you take your furry BFF to visit the beach in New Zealand?

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