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1st Furtography event a success

By Candice Lehman | Jun 13, 2018

To kick off National Pet Week, Paws Abroad partnered with Sarah Havens Photography in what we hope to be a bi-annual photography fundraiser, we have named “FURtography.” The incredibly talented Sarah Havens beautifully captured all 23 dogs and their families who attended. Not only was it a wonderful time finally being able to pet some…

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Take your dog to work day – JUNE 22

By Emily Medeiros | Jun 13, 2018

Does your dog watch you leave and then wait for you, tail wagging, at the door when you get home? Do you ever wish your four legged friend could be with you all day? A Brief History Take Your Dog to Work Day was created by Pet Sitters International in 1999. PSI is the world’s…

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Microchips and Pet passports, what to know before you travel by EuroTunnel

By Teresa Debski | Jun 12, 2018

There I was standing in front of the young French assistant at EuroTunnel Calais Pet Reception counter, weighing up whether I should give in to tiredness, hunger and sheer frustration and have a meltdown – or pull up my big girl panties, take a deep breath and deal with the situation we were currently in.…

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Miri the Trash Dog – New Beginnings

By Candice Lehman | Jun 10, 2018

A story by Barbara Crispin – Wiesbaden What do you do when your rescue dog’s fear gets in the way of their natural personality? Barbara shares her experience and tips on what to do when a stray pup lured away from a garbage pile arrives with more baggage than a collar and paperwork. Unpacking Mira’s…

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Hairball Awareness Day

By Emily Medeiros | Apr 27, 2018

Today is Hairball Awareness Day. Yes, that’s a thing. For all you cat lovers out there, I’m sure you don’t need to be made aware of the surprises your cat leaves. This day isn’t to celebrate hairballs, it’s about making cat owners aware of the causes, when the hairball is due to normal grooming, and…

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April is Heartworm Awareness Month

By Emily Medeiros | Mar 12, 2018

As a pet owner, you’ve probably already heard of heartworms, but there’s also probably a lot you don’t know about them. Being informed can help keep your loved one safe; talk to your veterinarian today about getting started. What are heartworms? Heartworms are large worms that grow and live in the heart of your beloved…

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Keeping Cats Calm During a Move

By Candice Lehman | Mar 12, 2018

My husband and I love cats. We have always had a cat in the house since he brought me my first kitten when we were dating about 20 years ago. Since then we’ve moved with cats at least a dozen times. This first kitty he named Tommy and we were lucky enough to have him…

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Hemi

By webmaster | Dec 18, 2017

  Pet Name: Hemi Pet Location: Germany Boarding Dates: September 2014 MIL MEMBER: “I would like to thank Paws Abroad for helping me out with my little Hemi. I had a very short notice with the military to go on TDY, and Paws Abroad helped me out. I wouldn’t have known what to do without…

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Winter Weather

By webmaster | Nov 21, 2017

It’s that time of year again… Time to scrap windshields and salt sidewalks and dig out all of the comfy sweaters and fuzzy socks in your wardrobe. Temperatures are dropping and winter is fast approaching! Whether preparing for Jack Frost to visit your town consists of bundling the kids up in winter coats, stocking up…

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