by Dr. RJ Peters to Pattaya’s cat lovers
If your cat is exhibiting behavior problems, the first thing to do is ensure that the cat is healthy. Get a veterinary examination to rule out any medical issues that could be causing the cat to act in unexpected or so-called inappropriate ways, such as soiling outside [...]
Like humans, pets also can have seizures. If your pet has a seizure, keep these tips in mind:
*The seizure will generally pass on its own in three minutes or less.
*During the seizure, you must make sure the animal is safe (remove all objects from the area, including any movable furniture, toys, etc.)
*Don’t put your hands [...]
by Dr. RJ Peters
Traveling with a dog may be easier than having a cat along, but with proper preparations, taking your little tiger can be just as enjoyable.
Follow these pointers to help things go smoothly:
* Use disposable litter pans or make your own using aluminum baking pans. Place 3 to 4 cups of litter [...]
by Julianne Nicole Dionisio
The yearly collaborative event of Pattaya Praise, led by Christian leaders in Pattaya, was supported by hundreds of people. Almost a week of music, dancing, singing and performances, running from the 19th to the 23rd of November, which people of all ages enjoyed very much. The main evening celebrations were held [...]
by William Macey
Babysitters and a qualified paediatric nurse are on site 24 hours per day at the Pattaya Orphanage to care for the 70 plus babies under the age of 3. There are 25 children under the age of 6 months and when Pattaya Sports Club visited there were twin girls that had just [...]
by William Macey
Duck Square, situated behind Big C South Pattaya, is virtually deserted with the exception of a few sites that have immediate access to external roads around the site. But that does not stop cars and motorbikes using the internal roads as a shortcut and, usually, too quickly.
The children that attend Hand to [...]
by Derek Brook
Greetings golfers and wannabe golfers. The Tropical Golf Group headed out to the convenient Pattaya Country Club. A later than normal tee time meant some could sleep in later, and others could have extra cups of coffee at The BJ Holiday Lodge. Transport was arranged and off we went for the short [...]
by Geoff Parker
Treasure Hill G.C. (Stableford)
Thirty golfers today for Stableford competition at Treasure Hill on another bright sunny morning. The course was quiet and the leading two three-balls were soon heading off into the distance as the remainder of the field played a leisurely round in almost perfect conditions. The course is in great [...]
by Peter Hartnell
The age-old question of competition – is it helpful or harmful – has long occupied commentators, especially educators. In schools, it has always been something of a false dichotomy. The characterization that competition produces rampant individualism, serious, stressed students prone to domination, intimidation and bullying on the one hand, or to determined and [...]