Re: Mole News

by jojo • Fri 18 Jan 2008 09:07

a friend of ours uses plastic windmills, the sort that you buy at the seaside and they have had great sucess. Alternatively, do not have a nice garden, for the first 3 years we were here I had a horrible garden and never had one single mole, as soon as I sorted out the lawn and plants etc, thousands...

Forum: Gardening, Smallholding and Livestock
Topic: Mole News
Replies: 68
Views: 18826

Re: APPROVED DRIVING INSTRUCTOR

by jojo • Fri 11 Jan 2008 10:21

hi, I cannot drive and did not realise how isolated it feels here without the ability to drive but I have found it offputting that I would have to use a french instuctor so from my point of view an excellent idea, I wish you all the best

Re: vets in Jarnages

by jojo • Thu 27 Dec 2007 20:59

Hi all just to let you all know we went to this vet today and I cannot recommend them enough.The young vet and the receptionist were wonderful with our dog and with us,really friendly,patient and warm and really went out of their way to help, a real pleasure.

Forum: My Pets and Other Animals
Topic: vets in Jarnages
Replies: 7
Views: 2100

Re: vets in Jarnages

by jojo • Tue 18 Dec 2007 19:17

Bless you TT that is a great help xxx

Forum: My Pets and Other Animals
Topic: vets in Jarnages
Replies: 7
Views: 2100

Re: vets in Jarnages

by jojo • Mon 17 Dec 2007 13:38

Thanks twinkletoes,thats a great help,it is a new passport if anyone can advise on the charges for 1 dog,many thanks

Forum: My Pets and Other Animals
Topic: vets in Jarnages
Replies: 7
Views: 2100

vets in Jarnages

by jojo • Mon 17 Dec 2007 12:26

has anyone used this vet,if so do you just turn up or do you need an appointment,and re the dreaded passports,do you pay all up front for everything or is it done in stages,any help on this would be fab,many thanks

Forum: My Pets and Other Animals
Topic: vets in Jarnages
Replies: 7
Views: 2100

Re: How much does one need to survive?

by jojo • Fri 07 Dec 2007 17:12

Hi Firstly,my Oh and I have always had to budget here and in theory,e700 a month should be plenty.However,invariably something crops up that we have not budgeted for,the car breaking down or the boiler etc so it is always handy to have a reserve.Also,the first year was great fun for me and a novelty...

Re: Moles "a problem"

by jojo • Tue 30 Oct 2007 14:17

our friends have tried everything and the only thing that has worked is a child's plastic windmill, the kind you buy at the seaside and they have had great success very cheaply, I presume its the vibrations so worth a try.xxx

Forum: Gardening, Smallholding and Livestock
Topic: Moles "a problem"
Replies: 7
Views: 2758