my neighbours love my dog (a 5 yo pinscher - medium size), but walking him everyday is very hard, since there is no place where you are actually allowed to take him. parks do not allow dogs, so if you want to take him for a walk, keeping him in leash by your side is the only solution. even on empty plots in town you cannot let him run free for couple of minutes, people passing by tens of meters will sometime let you know they will call the police, because he is free and dangerous (my dog is 30 cm tall, 10 kg, and very very friendly). and the worst part is that i live in an apartment. luckily, i have one neighbour that allows me to take the dog in his yard, and let him run free at least once a dayHi all!
When you read many posts on the forum you soon realize that Dogs are normally treated bad by most Cypriots. At least as we see it. And it is probably in the culture as in many other countries.
My question is. How is it to have a dog in Cyprus as an expat. I assume that most of expats are very mobile and often go and visit their home countries. What then with the dog? Is there any place like a dog pension that can be trusted?.