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Belgium’s new database for cats officially launches on 1 November. Called CatID, the databank puts all the registration information about your feline pet in one place.
Following the example of Watermael-Boitsfort, Schaerbeek now also offers a subsidy for cat owners who have their pet spayed or neutered, writes Bruzz.
Pampered dogs across Belgium now have an alterative to classic dry kibble thanks to the Brussels company Dog Chef, reports Bruzz.
The Brussels commune of Etterbeek is tackling the problem of dog poo on its footpaths in an unusual way.
The introduction in 1998 of an obligatory Dog ID in Belgium has made it easier to gain an overview of the country's dog population.
The number of animals in shelters in Flanders decreased in 2014 by 14% compared to 2013 – from 36,358 to 31,439 animals, according to figures from the Flemish government.
In many ways, bringing your pet to live with you in Belgium is not much more difficult than bringing along any other member of the family.
There are several places where you can pick up a pet, namely pet shops, shelters and breeders.