If you’re a paw-rent or an observant passer-by, you would have noticed this “circling” behaviour when you bring your furkid out for a walk. Have you ever wondered why?
Animal welfare groups such as Cat Welfare Society (CWS) and veterinary clinics have been working together to rehabilitate rescued cats from the recent slew of cat hoarding cases in Singapore. Read on to find out more.
Do you love animals but might not be ready for a lifelong commitment? Fostering a pet from a local shelter can bring you more than just a taste of being a pet owner, and at the same time, you can also help save a life!
Flushed pink and screaming, “Hello, nice to meet you!”, a rabbit’s ears are not only for hearing but act as an air-conditioner and an antenna as well!
If your office doesn’t have a furry companion yet, this might just be the push you needed to bring it up to your boss. Here are three benefits of having an office pet.
If Fido seems to like your female friends more than your soccer buddies, it isn’t because he’s a ladies’ man. A study shows that between the two genders, the fairer sex is better at interpreting what your furkid is trying to “say”.
A Pasir Ris pet farm was discovered to have eight dogs in poor physical health during a surprise check, and a man has been charged with seven counts of ill-treating a Toy Poodle. Read on to find out more.
Hopefully, the barbaric slaughter of cats and dogs at the festival will come to an end.
Just like humans, the needs of an older pooch evolve over the years. We’ve put together some fun, age-appropriate activities that you can do with your senior furkid.
Pooches with medium to long fur or woolly undercoats require regular brushing to keep their tresses healthy, shiny and knot-free—the slicker brush is the perfect tool for the job. We test a few on our resident furkids, Piper and Bella.
Does the colour of your furry friend matter?
With this nifty cleaning tool, bathtime's no longer a fuss.
Home to some of the world’s cutest furkids, we explore Japan’s extraordinary love affair with cats and dogs while taking a closer look at their pampered lives.
As 15-year-old Miniature Schnauzer, Junior, spends his twilight years in a dementia-induced daze, his devoted paw-rents Sharon Tan and Chai Jun Yea are determined to show him he’s dearly loved right till the very end—even if the senior pooch barely remembers them.