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Old 20.12.2013, 20:37
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Re: How Dog friendly is Zurich?

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Also, if there is anything else you think relevant please let me know. I am very keen to move over as its a great city, but we couldnt do it at the expense of our dogs - we love them too much!

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No one has yet to mention anything about your rental budget. This will also affect your ability to find housing. And even if you have a generous budget, there are still challenges.

Dogs being left alone all day if you both go to work is a problem for many property owners. (less so for property owners who own dogs). Even with a dog walker, many owners believe dogs should not be left alone all day. A fenced garden and installation of a dog door (there is a very good model sold in the UK which operates with a sensor on the dog's collar) might be necessary to put these owner's minds at ease. In the winter season you may need lights with timers so your dogs are not in the dark.
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