The March issue of beijingkids is all about pets, pets, pets!
We cover the basics of pet care (including dog registration, pet health care, and animal hospitals), teaching kids to take responsibility for their furry friends, where families can adopt pets, and showing your pooch who’s boss with dog training.
As the days get warmer, it’s also time to head out for some springtime activities. Get lost in the historical Qianmen area or hike out to Miaofeng Mountain and Wild Rose Valley. Don’t forget The Bookworm International Literary Festival 2012, featuring a host of kid- and teen-friendly events.
In health, nutrition columnist Olivia Lee offers tips on modeling good eating habits for kids and Dr. Richard Saint Cyr urges you to get vaccinated against rabies. As hay fever season moves in, Charlotte Moreau writes about the dreaded asthma label. In addition, three women open up about postnatal depression (PND), a serious and under-diagnosed problem.
Ditch the meat for a day and cook up a vegetarian feast with bean burgers, vegan fajitas, and spinach quiche. Don’t feel like cooking? Head to Rug Bagel and Cafe for bagels and brunch, or check out the top five places to have veggie burgers.
In Family Travels, check out the Griffiths’ and the Sheppards’ high-flying adventures in Myanmar or the Robinsons’ New Zealand road trip.
In parenting, Gareth Jones talks about the famous rabbit Zoudi and Jennifer Ambrose recounts the (mis) adventures of Douglas the dog.
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