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Found-dogPet’s Name or Answers To: Unknown
Last Seen or Found (when and where):  Found Al Barsha, opposite Emirates NBD bank on 13th July
Microchip Number:  Chip not found
Municipality Tag Number: unknown
Collar Color:  Red / White

Pet’s Description:
Young male dog, very friendly and loves kids. Looking for owner or good home.

If found please contact:  Serge  Email:  ur5wjq@gmail.com | Mobile Number: +971552227170

serge

Jebel Shams in Oman

Many people may think that getting outdoors, and especially camping, in the summer is just not an option… well they would be wrong. Across the border in Oman, in the Hajar mountain range, Jebel Shams and Jebel Akhdar both offer opportunities for camping in the hottest months of the year. Read more

The traditional black and white colour that the UAE Nationals wear is not a look of religion, but is about modesty and cultural influences. When an Emirati woman leaves her home, she covers herself with a long black cloak called an “abaya” which is paired with a headscarf called a “sheyla.” A woman should only be seen uncovered by men ineligible  to marry her, and therefore does not need to cover in front of her father, father in law, grandfather, brothers, nephews, sons, grandsons and uncles. Read more

fashionThis week’s Into-yous features Indian expat Arshiya Fakih Eappen

Tell us a little about yourself:

A Personal Shopper and Stylist, a sea-lover, an ardent swimmer, and someone who loves to spend time with family and friends, would best describe who I am. I have been a part of the fashion industry for over fifteen years. While in India, I ran my own designer wear label ’Araiya’. During this time, I designed collections for my own stores, and supplied to some of the biggest fashion houses in India. I biannually participated in Fashion Week, styled Feature Films, advertisements, reality shows, celebrities and Bollywood. My last two years in Dubai have been fun-filled and exciting, as it gave me the opportunity to invest time doing personal stuff that is close to my heart. Read more

appsLook around at any group of people in the world and especially in Dubai and you will see that they are all clutching a mobile device and sometimes two.  Information is at their fingertips.

Dubai now prides itself on providing many home grown apps and in recent years the government have also produced many useful apps for the services they provide to the community.

The benefit of apps is you can download them  before you arrive, helping you be that little bit more prepared for life in Dubai.

Below is a list of apps to get you started.

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Moving Tips 2When shipping your pet to join you at your new destination you will want to make sure they are going to be as comfortable as possible.  Move One Pet Transportation advises to let your pet get accustomed to the kennel before it travels, it usually takes two to five days to adjust to the kennel environment.  To avoid air sickness make sure you give your pet a small meal no later than 12 hours before the flight.  Avoid using sedatives or tranquilizers on your pet as they may lead to injuries during transport and lastly place a blanket, towel, or shredded paper at the bottom of the kennel for your pet’s comfort but do not include any chewable toys. Read more

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