You are about to make the big leap and start a new life on Mallorca and want to bring your pet? Or live here already and plan to adopt a four-pawed friend from a shelter here on the island? Or you have found yours already and love it to bits – and wish to know all about how to keep it happy and healthy? Then read on!
Everything Pet Lovers Need to Know #
Our ULTIMATE GUIDE Pets has all the relevant information, from the formalities of bringing your pet to the island to seeing it through the hot season and keeping it safe from diseases like Leishmaniasis or tick-related infections - and also from snake and caterpillar attacks!
1 – Bring Your Pets:
Everything you need to know in order to have a purrrfect trip, and a seamless journey through pawsport control!
2 – Dog-Friendly Beaches:
Most beaches on the Island are strictly for humans in summer. We show you where you can give your dog a swim.
3 – How to Protect Your Dog in a Heatwave:
Help your four-pawed friend cope with the sometimes extreme temperatures of the Mallorcan summer.
4 – SOS Animals:
A guide to pet rescue on Mallorca
5 – Directory of Animal Rescue and Adoption Centres on Mallorca:
Where you can find them and which animals they take
6 – Animal Rights on Mallorca:
About the legal situation on animals on the Balearic Islands and what you can do to prevent abuse
7 – Leishmaniasis:
With no vaccine for humans, and a vaccine for animals that is only partially effective, the best protection against this disease transmitted by sandflies is prevention.
8 – An Invasion of Ticks?
After recent complaints about a tick plague on the island we show you what you can do to protect your family and pets from these little nasties.
9 – Mallorca's Most Dangerous Animal:
Small, furry, cute – and poisonous. Beware of these creepy crawlies in Spring!
10 – Snakes on Mallorca:
Yes, they exist. Read how dangerous are they to you and your four-pawed friends.
Our ULTIMATE GUIDEs are ongoing projects: It's worth coming back and checking out what's new!
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By Ulla Rahn-Huber
9 September, 2019