Success Stories and More...
We love sharing helpful information for pet owners living outside of the United States. We also love sharing the amazing stories of happy pets and fosters who stepped in to fill a need. Sign up below to be among the first to see our new articles.
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…Read More
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 help.…Read More
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…Read More
Being stationed overseas can be a fantastic opportunity for convenient travel to more than one bucket list location. Before heading off to the Eiffel Tower, or the ruins of Athens, however, you’ll want to find a place for your pets to be cared for during your trip! Whether you find a babysitter on your own,…Read More
September 11th, 2001 is forever marked as a painful day in America’s history. Over 3,000 people perished in the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon outside of Washington D.C. While the nation mourned and emergency services sprung into action to clear debris and search for survivors, a little…Read More
Hello! My name is Katie and I am so excited to be a part of Paws Abroad and the amazing work that they do! I’ve been here in Germany for about a year and a half, and luckily found Paws Abroad (PA) about 6 months after we arrived. As an animal lover and activist PA…Read More
Here’s a story we’ve all probably heard once or twice: An excited friend lets everyone know they’ve just adopted a new puppy, they’re the cutest thing in the world and life couldn’t be better. But what we don’t see on Instagram is the look of shock when they come home to find their favorite…Read More
This past month Bella and Sookie were happily reunited with their mom, although this did mean a bittersweet parting between them and their foster family. Let’s take a closer look at one of our awesome foster families that took in Bella, an Australian shepherd, and Sookie, a red heeler! Patrick and Vanessa and their two…Read More
An important goal of Paws Abroad is to help educate others on the importance of understanding the behaviors and needs of animals in order to create lasting and happy relationships between pet and owner. To spread the message, one of our awesome representatives, Katie Zimmerle, recently brought the message of Paws Abroad and lessons of…Read More