This guide is intended for all pet-owners living or planning to live in Greece, as well as for the tourists wishing to adopt a pet during their holidays. Many foreigners living in Greece have rescued or adopted a dog, a cat or both. Residents and foreigners planning to come to live in Greece with their pet want to learn more about the Greek mentality towards pets and how to respect the law. Even more urgent questions cross the mind of those tourists wanting to adopt a pet and take it with them to their homeland. They are all pet-lovers and have their heart set on doing everything that's necessary to provide their pet with the compulsory papers, veterinary care, disease-prevention methods, shelter and to comply with the Greek law. There are too many unreliable advises scattered around on internet-forums or conveyed among people. The goal of this book is to discuss every aspect of pet companionship. It gives each one of you, concerned with his pet's welfare an answer to his queries.Heat stroke has nothing to do with dehydration, on the contrary, hyperhydration is the rule. Observe the dog carefully during 48 hours, because a relapse can occur . Preceding or independent of heat stroke, one has to be reminded of heatanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Guide for Pet Owners in Greece Residents and Tourists|
|Author||:||Guillaume de Lavigne|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014-07-29|