Sometimes an expat or expat family leaves their pet(s) due to genuine unforeseen circumstances. If this happens, what should you do? Which steps should you undertake?
Moving to Kenya truly gives the African experience many expats dream of: great weather, large gardens and house help. The ideal place to have a pet? BUT a pet can live up to 10-15 years! Will you able to give a pet a home for life?
This week we would like to focus on the many expats that live in Kenya (and other countries) who are considering to get a pet or who have pets.
Snake bites in dogs: what are the consequences and what should you do when your dog gets bitten by a snake?
Some think "banding" (putting a rubber band on male pets' genitals) is a cheap and effective way to castrate them. Unfortunately, TNR Trust has come across animals that had to suffer through these inhumane and painful practices.
TNR Trust Rabies Educator Course (TRE) is a free document for community educators, public health workers and anyone interested in learning how to prevent rabies in their communities.
In Kenya, it is estimated that up to 2,000 human deaths occur annually due to rabies. TNR Trust wants to fight this 100% preventable disease by vaccinations of dogs and cats. Find out the facts, symptoms and treatment in this blog post
Come and Visit Us at the EAKC Dog Show! Today and tomorrow from 8am util 6pm
Finn recently arrived at TNR Trust. He came in frightened, unsocialised and weary of everything and everyone. Finn joined one of the TNR Foster Families, where they already had a few dogs of their own. Introducing dogs to dogs happens very differently to dogs to humans. Below is a video of calming signals displayed when we introduced Finn to… Continue reading CALMING SIGNALS – The Art of Survival
Patch is local Kenyan dog in beautiful Dalmatian disguise. After being rescued with his siblings, he eventually got adopted and was renamed as "Pacino". But it certainly wasn't a spontaneous decision for Barbara and Mandhi. Barbara came to look at puppies but we couldn't tell her how big they would grow. Being in an apartment… Continue reading Apartment Living with a Dog