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Are you planning on moving to Brussels with your pet? Or do you and your animal friend already live in the city? Having health advice and care from a certified vet is essential for your pet’s happiness and well-being. The veterinarian you choose can guide you on important topics such as vaccination, and will make sure your pet has the best care possible.
Brussels is a multicultural capital. According to multiple expats living in the city, locals are open-minded and will be happy to speak in English with you.
You can find in Brussels food from all over the world, but if you would like to go for some Belgium delicacies you can’t miss the classic mussels, Belgian fries, meatballs and Flemish stew – a waffle after any of these will be the cherry on top of the cake. Bon appétit!
The Atomium is a must-visit, as well as the Royal Square. Brussels has quite a few landmarks and a lot of great neighborhoods, all of which easily accessible by bike or by using the efficient public transport system.
When the weather is nice Bois de la Cambre is a park where you can easily spend an entire day and feel, at least in some parts of it, that you’ve gone into the wild! If you have a pooch at home, wouldn’t be a bad idea to bring them with you, would it?
Regardless being in a city that will most likely make you feel at home, and as commonly happens when moving into a new country or even city, it might not be that easy to find a veterinarian with whom you and your pet develop immediate empathy. Search on vetsandveterinarians.com for your area and the language(s) you speak, and you will be matched with vets and veterinarians that speak your language. Make sure you find a vet that matches your pet on our website!