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11:11

Local

Age Care co-founder receives MBE in New Year Honours List

Tony Bryant

...service in a health clinic on the coast. He also co-founded the Age Care Association, an organisation that offers assistance to British senior citizens that live in the province of Malaga. Charles continues to contribute to the Embassy and

18:24

Local

Animal Care España finds new homes in Belgium for 42 rescued dogs

Tony Bryant

Animal Care España (ACE) has given the perfect Christmas present to more than 40 rescued dogs. As part of the charity's ongoing rehousing programme, which organises forever homes in various parts of Europe, the dogs have been found new families in

17:58

Opinion

Getting enough water

PETER HARRISON

One of the priorities of space travellers is to discover whether the bodies in outer space have water. Indeed most animal, human and plant life depends on it. Even animals like camels have to take water on board to exist through long periods of droug

14:57

Opinion

Muffin, the dog who loves to travel

PETER HARRISON

...was warmly welcomed. What a varied life Muffin had and he adjusted beautifully, largely due to the considerable care given by Tony and I like to think a bit of attention from me. Pets, with human assistance, can adapt.

14:23

Opinion

Looking for peace

PETER HARRISON

As creatures of habit we shop regularly on Fridays at the same time and at the same supermarket and consequently bump into the same people. We were surprised to bump into one couple we had not seen for some time recently and commented on it. They t

15:19

Opinion

Keeping pets safe in the extreme heat

PETER HARRISON

"History never repeats itself. Mankind always does," said Voltaire. How true that is and irresponsible animal owners never seem to learn. Every year we hear the same story of pets being left in cars in hot weather. Owners get fined but that does n

15:56

Opinion

Taking care of your cat in the summer

ERNY HARRISON

Although cats are very independent there are a few things you have to look after for them, especially in the heat of summer. Cats take a very long time over their food. They will sniff at it first, than try a bit and when it is to their satisfactio

14:56

Opinion

In case of fire

PETER HARRISON

Hot weather means the beach, swimming and sunbathing to many people. Indeed the glorious climate is why most people flock to Spain for holidays or to live permanently. However there is a flip side to everything and in this case it is the danger of

13:34

Opinion

Don't let your pets down this summer

PETER HARRISON

"History does not repeat itself. Mankind does," said Voltaire. How true it is and irresponsible animal owners never seem to learn. Every year we read the same story of pets being left in cars in hot weather. Owners get fined but that does not help th

17:16

Travel

Hot hotels for 2020

Andrew Forbes

care of Anantara Hotels, Spas and Resorts, the Asia-based experts in ‘elevated luxury’. The list of new additions for 2020 includes a bespoke cocktail menu at Eddy’s Bar designed by Diego Cabrera, the mixologist that revolutionised the Madrid

16:11

Opinion

Preparing for visitors

PETER HARRISON

Living in the wonderful climate which Spain has to offer inevitably means that friends and relations from the uncertain weather of northern Europe want to descend on you and bask in the sun. Many you welcome - it is fun to see family and renew old fr

13:23

Opinion

Customer care

ANDREW J. LINN

The lunch had been excellent, and as it drew to a close it was agreed we should make a return visit to the restaurant. At the door the maître handed out cards and pronounced the usual words of farewell. Did we go back? No, of course not, and indeed t

16:21

LifeStyle

Experts offer advice on eye care for blindness awareness month

SUR IN ENGLISH

...problems, according to Dr Nigel Best, the chain's clinical spokesperson for Specsavers. "Vision is our most precious sense and the one people fear losing the most. It deserves care and regular attention. There have been significant advancement in ... and to care for their lenses properly to reduce the risk of getting bacteria in the eye.

16:17

Opinion

Marching in line

PETER HARRISON

They're back! You can't help being fascinated by them. But far from being innocent, they are very dangerous, especially to your pets. Every year the processionary caterpillars make their appearance and take us by surprise, marching in line followin

13:06

Opinion

Words and dogs

peter harrison

It is small wonder that dogs are often confused when given commands by their owners. How can a canine mind work out that "Sit!" means the same as "Will you sit down for heaven's sake?!" or "Come when I call!" means the same as "Here!"? When in traini

13:06

National

Cancer charity calls for action from politicians to mark World Palliative Care Day

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Spanish cancer association AECC has called for all of the country's political parties to commit to guaranteeing end-of-life care to patients in the terminal stage of an illness. Palliative care is a basic human right, says the association, and ... its availability indicates the level of progress in a society. To mark World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, celebrated this year on Saturday 12 October, the AECC has urged politicians to complete the parliamentary process to pass the law to

14:15

Opinion

Road accidents and animals

PETER HARRISON

What a relief it was to read some good news. Grim news seems to predominate from any source. SUR in English reported recently: "Road deaths on the Costa are the lowest since records began." Stiffer penalties, better awareness and improved technology

13:29

LifeStyle

"The health service in Malaga has always been badly treated"

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...can improve how we care for patients who have had a heart attack, and the third is phage therapy, which seems to be the only way to beat illnesses which occur because of germs which are resistent to antiobiotics. I am very interested in these three ... I believe there is a need for more GPs. In Spain, 80 per cent of medical care is specialist and hospital-based and 20 per cent is from health centres. It should be the other way round. If health centres are well equipped, people will go less to the ... well, it isn't a panacea. In my opinion, we shouldn't divide health into public and private. We should talk about good and bad health care. There is good care in the public and private systems, and also bad care. I was head of department for 25 years and

16:22

Opinion

Not what you see

PETER HARRISON

What you see on television is not always correct yet many viewers take what they see as a stamp of approval and children are born copiers. I am sometimes concerned by films, programmes or commercials which are misleading with animals: dogs hanging

10:49

Local

Green light for Arenas care home project

Eugenio Cabezas

The Junta de Andalucía has given the green light to a care home for the elderly and hotel complex in Arenas after plans had been blocked for more than a decade. The 60-million-euro investment is to be made by a Belgian company along with

16:13

What to do

Animal Care España celebrates its 20th anniversary with a party

Tony Bryant

ACE (Animal Care España) will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a series of events, starting with a special party night at the Snack Attack restaurant in La Cala de Mijas on Saturday 14 September. Tickets for the event, which is sponsored by Ibex ... renting kennels at the refuge, where she took care of hundreds of neglected and abused animals. Fabienne and Ton now rent all the kennels at the former killing station and they have transformed it into the current shelter where the animals receive care

11:30

National

Brexit and animal transport

PETER HARRISON

Since the start of the Pet Travel Scheme some eighteen years ago, thousands of owners of dogs and cats have enjoyed the freedom of taking their pets with them when travelling between the UK and countries in the EU without the stressful and expensive

13:04

LifeStyle

Age Care welfare officer ordained as church elder

SUR IN ENGLISH.

Lesley Berridge, Welfare Officer for Age Care, Calahonda, was ordained as an Elder into the Church of Scotland, Fuengirola, by Reverend Norman Hutcheson, on 28 July. The Church of Scotland has weekly services at Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre on

17:11

National

King Emeritus Juan Carlos leaves intensive care after open heart surgery

sur / lucy newby

...in June. He left the hospital's intensive care unit on Monday and has now begun therapy. King Emeritus Juan Carlos arrives at the hospital on Friday evening. EFE Visiting his father with his mother by his side, King Felipe VI, stated that "it has

18:29

Dogs learn by repetition

PETER HARRISON

When you obtain a new dog you can be faced with the fact that his or her name you find disagreeable, even distasteful. How will the dog react to a change of name? The answer to the first question is that the dog will quickly adjust to the new name

15:54

Opinion

Dangerous toys

ERNY HARRISON

Over the years I have bought a great number of toys for our dogs and cats. There is an interesting variety from simple balls to a large cuddly bear. Even the latter can be dangerous with its semi glass dark brown eyes. Get rid of them before you give

12:27

LifeStyle

Feline leukaemia virus

ERNY HARRISON

Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) is a rather misleading name. Leukaemia, a cancer of the blood, is only one of the many diseases that can strike an FeLV cat. Very often diseases such as pneumonia, chronic colds, anaemia or stomach problems occur before

17:15

National

Andalusian government announces improvements to palliative care

ADRIÁN GONZÁLEZ

The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno (PP), said that euthanasia in cases of terminally ill patients signified a "failure" of the palliative care services offered by the public health service. During this term of office, he said, ... his government plans to "expand and strengthen" palliative care, making sure it is available in all corners of the Andalusian health service and to all ages. "We're going to work seriously on this," he said, "There is room for significant

14:08

LifeStyle

Not a pleasant task

PETER HARRISON

When you deal with pets there are a number of pleasant duties like walking the dogs in the countryside, and unpleasant tasks like dealing with ticks which are around at this time of the year. One of our cats has just come home with one. I recall a

16:26

Local

Residents' association donates 17,000 to Cudeca Cancer Care

LUCY NEWBY

The Association of Residents of Torreblanca presented a 17,000-euro donation to Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice on Monday. The generous donation comes after the dissolution of the association and the unanimous decision to give away their remaining ... professional medical care to patients suffering from cancer or other advanced illnesses, as well as support to their families.

12:52

LifeStyle

Summer danger

PETER HARRISON

It looks like summer is just around the corner and after a dodgy spring with more than enough rain, we are all looking forward to it. However, every coin has a flip side and summer is no exception. Over the many years the Pet Care column has

12:39

LifeStyle

Preparing for summer

PETER HARRISON

...enjoy the company of canine and feline friends, professional care and a change of environment. Of course they will miss you for a few days but will soon settle down. That is why I suggest you do not put them into kennels for a few days to experiment if

14:10

Opinion

Irrational spring behaviour

PETER HARRISON

...time for irrational behaviour by animals and we need to exercise great care.

11:16

Opinion

To neuter or not to neuter?

ERNY HARRISON

...first birth may well be exciting for all involved and you may even be lucky enough to find homes for all of them, but we all know that animal charities are always desperately looking for homes for the animals in their care. There are simply more pets

14:12

LifeStyle

Having a (not so) smashing time

PETER HARRISON

“Did you have a smashing time?” - this is what I was asked when a friend enquired about my festive season. Well I did, but not in the way he intended. The expensive glassware which we reserve for special occasions is sadly depleted. This was larg

18:05

National

Spain is near the bottom of the European list of palliative care

EUROPA PRESS

The principal European countries have made major efforts in recent years to increase their palliative care services and specialist units to relieve pain and the emotional suffering of patients and their families at the final stage of their life. ... However Spain has not opened any new facilities in the past six years, and in some regions the resources have even been reduced. As a result, the palliative care service provided by the Spanish health system is much lower than the European average, and ... since 2013 it has fallen 20 places on the ranking that measures the specialist services and units per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the Atlas of Palliative Care in Europe 2019. This is an internationally renowned study drawn up by the Atlantes

17:37

Opinion

Little dogs - lots of energy

PETER HARRISON

The elderly gentleman sitting on a seat beside the road in the town looked decidedly distressed and the reason was obvious. In his hand was a dog lead and a collar attached. It is something I have seen too often. The dog had slipped his or her collar

11:20

LifeStyle

Festive treats

PETER HARRISON

...distressing, even fatal. Do take care over the festive season and feed Fido and Kitty what is good for them.