A year ago at this time, Colette and I did our first in-person canine education course with Patricia Guerrero, better known as PAT educadora canina, and we talked about it as a totally advisable experience in the post we wrote in PomPomDog and that you can remember by clicking here. A few days ago, we met again PAT to participate in the dog expedition that she organized. What did this expedition consist of? (more…)
For those who are faithful followers of the blog since our beginnings, you know that Colette has spent the holidays on the beach (you can read that post by clicking here), in a floating house (click here), or even in a tree hut (read it by clicking here). Where has Colette spent its summer holidays this year? (more…)
During this blog’s life, we’ve always talked about our summer holidays, and this year it couldn’t be an exception. So, following “Colette’s summer holidays in a dog beach” post) -you can read it by clicking here– and “holidays in a floating house” post, -you can remember it by clicking here–, this year we add “Colette’s holidays in a tree hut” post. (more…)
Sure you love spending the holidays with your dog too. One of the advantages of having a Pomeranian dog is that because of their small size, we can carry them with us to almost anywhere. Since many of you will certainly travel by plane, I have written this post in which I have briefly analyzed the conditions imposed by 6 major airlines operating in Spain to carry our Pomeranians on board and what requirements must have the carrier transport bag to carry it on the plane.
Hope you find it helpful when buying your ticket plane and your little fluffy ball’s ticket plane 🙂 (more…)
PomPomDog is back!
In this first post after the summer holidays, Colette wants to tell you “in exclusive” where she has spent her holidays. She was in Gandía (Valencia, Spain), in L’Ahuir Beach, which has a reserved area for dogs – Can Gandía –
Among the canine beaches that we know (Fuengirola in Málaga, and Es Faralló and the mouth of a river in Sant Eulalia, in Ibiza) Can Gandía is, in our opinion, the best by far for: (more…)
As a continuation of the post from some weeks ago where PomPomDog travelled to Paris and we introduced you the “Animal Welfare Centre” (post that you can read here), we have an interview with Patricia Rerolle, the Founder of the “Welfare Animal Centre” in today’s post.
With many years in dog training, in countries such as U.S.A., Canada and Belgium, Patricia Rerolle has also created the first “Puppy School” in Paris, France.
Thanks to her kindness, PomPomDog attended a behaviour animal class and even a puppy’s party, and she granted us her precious time to ask her some questions. In this interview, she tells us about the services that the “Animal Welfare Centre” offers, especially to our Pomeranians. (more…)
EXPLANATORY NOTE! PomPomDog does research and discover new establishments and products always thinking on Colette and her Pomeranian friends’ welfare. Today’s post is not a direct advertising one, we don’t receive any remuneration for writing about the “Animal Welfare Centre”: neither Colette is paid for it in cash and nor we’re paid in fodder 😉
PomPomDog had the chance to travel to Paris. However, Colette couldn’t come with us this time, but she stayed at home answering your comments : )
We visited the “Animal Welfare Centre”, a place where you can quietly entrust your four legs mate, whether you live or you’re spending your holidays in Paris, one of the first touristic destinations in the world.
The “Animal Welfare Centre” is a multiservice centre, a unique idea in France, with all the services and the necessary specialists for dogs and cats, in the same place and under the same philosophy: respect to animals and welfare. (more…)