French Bulldog Noa is a cheeky little lass. She's great fun and enjoys her walks — or should we say, runs. She's travelling with Animalcouriers from southern Spain to London.
Boxer V Tec is Canadian by birth, and Furbie the Shih Tzu is Irish. Animalcouriers collected this very nosey pair from Digs4Dogs kennels near Dolores in Spain. They're travelling with us to the UK, where they'll be reunited with their owner Charlene, who'll ltake them home to Ireland. Not just a well travelled pair, but well behaved too.
This little sweetie is Fonzie, a real character who is quite a live wire considering he's just had plates put in both his back legs. To stop him licking his scars while they heal, he has to wear an Elizabethan collar plus an inflatable collar. Usually just one of those would do, but not in his case — he somehow manages to get to his scars unless he's wearing both. The collars come off when he eats and drinks. He's on four different types of medication a day, which is quite a challenge as he's not really fooled when they're [...]
Rhodesian Ridgeback Nala joined the Animalcouriers trip in Liverpool. She's off to join her family in Gibraltar.
Gizzie the Shih Tzu and Harvey the Cocker Spaniel are travelling to Calpe in Spain with Animalcouriers. They started their journey in Belfast and linked up with us in Liverpool. Their owner, Nicola, is off to universty, so her Mum has stepped in to look after these two waifs.
Charlie, a very lively, happy little Chihuahua, is on his way to Stockholm. His owners have spent two years working in London and have decided it's now time to head back to Sweden — and of course Charlie goes too. The jury is out on what Charlie will think of their 15-year-old cat when he encounters her later today. Animalcouriers suspects the cat will turn out to be top dog! [fusion_slideshow]
Animalcouriers recently helped S fly her new puppy Nelson from Somerset to Stockholm. Nelson is a Hungarian Puli. S is a big fan of the breed, and prefers her dogs to be the traditional black, like Nelson. [fusion_slideshow]
Roc from Barcelona and Treacle from Gibralter both had to spend a short time in kennels at Calais, waiting for their pet passports to become valid. They're now ready for the last leg of their journey, so Animalcouriers collected them yesterday to make the crossing to England.
Cedric and Chester have been on holiday to Mallorca with their family. Because they're returning by private plane to London, there was a bit of a debate about how to bring the two dogs back into the UK. All PETS (pet passport scheme) routes into London use Gatwick and Heathrow airports, but the family couldn't fly into either of those. So the family diverted to Calais airport, where they met up with courier J. That way the family can fly into the London airport of their choice, while Chester and Cedric enter the UK legally, travelling sedately via Eurotunnel. [...]