Pitter patter of tiny paws-Woof
She's a Cocker-Sheltie cross, who came to us by chance. Due to the previous owners marriage breakup, she was destined for the Dogs Home. However due to a chance meeting in a corridor the option of adopting her was given to us . Four years previous our last much loved Springer died of cancer and the house has always felt empty ever since . Now we have a very affectionate young girl (dont like the correct term!) who so far has learnt from us how to play, what treats are, what to do and how to get them, by responding to commands. The only vice, if you can call it that! is getting over excited about going out for a walk (4x daily)
Innoculations for her Pet Passport will soon be in hand. Twenty-three days later and she will be clear to travel with us to France. Thank heavens the Law changed this year. However here is the question (Yes its that old lazy Brit's one) do you know of an English speaking Vet near or in Aigurande. What do you ask for prior to UK return; how does that go in French? What does it cost at present? Any problems going via the Tunnel? As you can tell this is a new experience for us and we have a lot to learn.