So after having visited Hamburg, Bailey and I continued our trip to England. I chose to travel with StenaLine from Hook van Holland to Harwich, which takes roughly 7 hours and leaves twice every day. I chose this as it's the only one (as far as I could find) that allows footpassengers to bring animals,… Continue reading On the end of a lead: The Hook – Harwich ferry
So as I have mentioned in earlier posts, Bailey and I are traveling. I sometimes feel a little bad about this as it's honestly not a lot of fun. It's a lot of sleeping weird places, eating at weird times and not being allowed to run around wherever he wants. Still, he's being a total… Continue reading Confession: Teaching a dog to travel; the good, the bad and the even worse conscience
Guten Tag Hamburg! Or actually, good morning Hamburg. We arrived at 5 am, after traveling 6 hours on a train, with very limited sleep, in Hamburg from Copenhagen. Bailey had had his carrier box to sleep in and were therefore in a great mood. His 2 humans’ companions? Not so much. But we made the… Continue reading On the end of a lead: Visiting Hamburg
(Note this article mostly refers to travels with pets within Europe. Rules and guidelines may wary elsewhere) So, I love traveling. Sometimes as a vet student, sometimes just as a "regular" person. Seeing somewhere new, meeting a different culture or even just visiting old friends. Traveling is something I do often and would like to… Continue reading Making your dog travel ready
Next week I'm going traveling, from Copenhagen Denmark, first to Hamburg and then to England, and I'm taking Bailey with me. The alternative; leaving him alone for almost 4 weeks, generally isn't allowed by law, so he's coming with me. But I've been wondering the last couple of days: Is it really in his best… Continue reading Going abroad. Taking or leaving the dog?
Welcome to the blog! 3 months ago I bought and brought home a little moyen/klein poodle puppy called Bailey. With that came not only a lot of responsibility, but also a lot of bloody hard work! In the beginning I felt quite alone with the feeling of being slightly overwhelmed, here I was, having wished… Continue reading Why the confessions?
Last week on Zanzibar! Honestly the time passed so fast down there we could hardly believe it. We all found ourselves feeling a bit more confident and at home in the clinic. Just knowing where the stethoscope It will help a lot when Dr. Flavi shouts out instructions and you're all colliding with each other… Continue reading Last week at the Zanzibar clinic