Bringing pets to Germany For many people, a pet is part of the family. But there's no need to leave a family member behind when you move, as each person moving to Germany from outside of the EU is allowed to bring up to five animals with them. These animals must be household pets and cannot be brought to the country to be sold or traded. This can be any combination of five animals, except in the case of rabbits as any more than three is considered commercial trade in pets. Although how anyone could possibly run a successful trading business with just four or five rabbits I do not know. A fairly large range of creatures can be brought into Germany as a pet but if your pet is a little less conventional it is probably best to check it isn't mentioned in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) website. Just like in many countries around the world, ownership of certain breeds of dog is restricted in Germany. Although it varies a little from state to state, … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about having a pet in Germany
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When your pets are like your children, to whom do you entrust them when you leave town?If a friend or family member can’t pet-sit, you might hire a professional to supervise your pet in your home, in their home or with a boarder. Your choice might depend on cost, your pet’s age, type and behavioral and medical needs.Candace Joyner, a pet sitter listed on Rover.com, watches dogs, cats and even reptiles in her southeast Colorado Springs home.“If you’re not keeping your dog at home or in someone else’s home, you’ll have to choose a kennel or perhaps a veterinarian or business that offers boarding. When you do that, things like kennel cough tend to be more common. And there are usually a lot of dogs at those places, which can be stressful for dogs. It’s a lot going on,” Joyner said said.She has a designated room for clients’ pets with a door to her yard. This ensures that clients’ dogs are separated from her toddler son and … [Read more...] about Making sure you leave your pet ‘in good paws’ while you’re away
MOST 12-year-old girls spend their free time doing homework or watching TV... not shooting wild rabbits from the back of a pick-up truck. But for "preppers" like Lakota Douglas, hunting is just part of daily life - another chore to keep her family going as they wait for the apocalypse. Lakota lives in a trailer in the shadow of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, a spot picked out over 10 years ago by her grandfather, Rodney Cook, who fears America may be on the verge of collapse. And a growing number of people have looked at the state of the world and decided that they agree with him - taking steps to join the movement of preppers: people who are actively prepared for the collapse of society and the apocalypse. Until recently, they've been largely thought of as a - quite literally - underground community, but prepping is finally going mainstream. And now a new BBC documentary, Stacey Dooley Investigates: Face to Face with Armageddon, aims to lift the blast-proof lid on this paranoid … [Read more...] about Tomahawks in the wardrobe, 12-year-olds firing guns and pet owners spending thousands on survival gear for their dogs…… meet the preppers waiting for the apocalypse