As much as we love our pets, aging is an inevitable process and often accompanied with a myriad of related health or behavioural issues. Doting fur-parents often try their best to ensure aging pets continue to get the best quality of life through their golden years - so here are some tips for you and your senior pets!
Taking a cab is part and parcel of living in Singapore, particularly for doting pet owners who need to ferry their furkids to the vet, dog park, and more. Hence, we asked paw-rents on Instagram and Facebook to share their experiences travelling on taxis with their pooches. The response was overwhelming! We’ve shortlisted a couple.
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