Will your pet try to eat you if you die, or will it wait around and grief for you like these five famous dogs?
These are like Singapore's top 10 most loved big breeds - but while every breed is different, all dogs are the same: designed to be loyal, intelligent and loving.
It is not only dogs that need obedience school. How well-trained are you at following these five doggy commands?
Soon you’ll not need to worry about not being able to find your lost dog or cat, ever again. Big Brother will be looking for them, for you. That means all the photos and videos you’ve made of your pet won’t just be for show.
Think you're a good singer? Check out how well you compare in these videos of the top crooning breeds in Singapore.
I once had to give my dog antibiotics twice daily for 30 days. Here’s how I survived that ordeal with all my hair intact.
Haven't seen that movie, or refused to watch it? Here's a less teary version of what all pets really do for your kids - and you.
These breeds rule the roost in our HDB flats. And as a bonus, we'll introduce follow-worthy IG accounts from each breed.
Is your dog’s breath stinky? Here’s how I kept my dog from needing a full-blown dental scaling over the course of 9 years.
A recent article on a money-minding website has described 5 ‘hidden costs’ of owning a cat or dog. Here’s our very own ‘Top 5’.
This cross-eyed fuzzball is an Internet celebrity who has some 300,000 followers on Instagram and, is also raising money for animal shelters.
Noah’s Ark Natural Animal Shelter (NANAS) is appealing for assistance "to ride out this difficult time".
Pets Enterprises and Traders Association (Singapore) has elected its executive committee members to serve in the 2020 – 2021 term. Plans are afoot to rejuvenate the association and revitalise the industry as a whole.
Revision in dog size criteria for those living in HDB flats ‒ provided they are local mixed-breed canines that are up for adoption.
As at the end of March 2020, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) says there is not enough scientific evidence to identify that companion animals can be infected with or be a source of infection for Covid-19.
It’s 10pm and 27 year-old Nadiah Nayyar is tucking herself into bed. A few minutes later, her British Shorthair jumps into the single bed as well and finds a comfy spot at the foot of Nadiah’s bed. If this were to happen in Carol Chan’s bed, the 30-year-old public servant would have a fright. “I love my cats but would never let them into my bed!” she exclaims.