My greatest concern was Neva. Would a puppy push Neva over the edge? The first night seemed to stress our girl out – a little puppy jumping on her head and sleeping in her beds and dragging her toys around. If Yuki tried to squeeze into a doggy bed with Neva, Neva would immediately jump out and run away. When we took the dogs to the soccer field for a fetch session, Neva was elated to chase her ball and utterly dismayed to find Yuki stalking and chasing her every move. The two really turned a corner on their first hike. Both were well-behaved (amazing for Neva!). We could see that Yuki sought out Neva’s presence when she wanted reassurance – like when that really tall male hiker passed her – and Neva didn’t mind the little pup sidling up to her with a gentle body check. As Yuki bounded clumsily down the trail chasing butterflies, Neva patiently waited in the shade with Jeremy until we caught up.
I live in Belgium, so I’m surrounded by the NL, FR, DE and the UK. They all used 110V a long time ago. But we have so many electrical appliances right now, that 110V just isn’t enough.
My brother moved to the . and he can only use 1800W on one circuit. My European vacuum is 2200W, my frying pan 2400W, …
We can use about 3500W per circuit. We have 400V lines for things that draw a huge amount of power, like a furnace, or electric oven, just because you’re consuming more power when using a certain device on different voltages.
Charging your laptop in the US with a 110V power supply will require more power than charging it in Europe with a 230V power supply, for example.