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20.09.16

Can cats really survive a fall from great heights?

We’ve read about it in the news—cats falling off of high rise buildings only to have suffered minor injuries such as bruises or scratches. How is this possible? Do they really have ‘nine lives’? Read on to find out more.
15.09.16

New study: Do dogs prefer praises or treats?

Many pet parents tend to give treats to their dogs and praise them to reinforce positive behaviour. However, have you ever wondered which method works better? Read on to find out more.
14.09.16

Why do dogs have tear stains?

Those brown tear stains that are found underneath your dog’s eyes (or tear ducts) can be an awful sight to look at. Read on to find out what causes such stains and how you can prevent them.
07.09.16

Zika virus and our pets: Everything you need to know

The recent Zika virus outbreak here in Singapore has gotten many people—including pet owners—worried. Read on to find out more about this virus, and what you can do to protect your furkids from this nasty disease.
30.08.16

Why do cats go crazy over catnip?

Have you ever wondered why cats react so strongly to catnip? We have. Read on to find out if this drug-like herb is healthy and safe for your cat, and why it causes cats to go crazy.
29.08.16

How to protect your pets from the haze

Just as we are getting itchy noses and scratchy throats from the recent haze in Singapore, our furkids are at risk of falling sick at this time. Read on to find out how you can protect them from the pollution.
24.08.16

What does your dog’s yawn actually mean?

We yawn when we’re tired, but for dogs, it could mean a lot more than just sleepiness. Curious to find out what else your dog’s yawn could mean? Read on to find out more.
22.08.16

Are ice cubes safe for dogs to consume?

Giving your dog an ice cube (or two) in Singapore’s hot weather may seem fun. However, many still believe that ice cubes can potentially cause harm to and be unhealthy for our pampered pooches. Read on to find out more.
19.08.16

Different kinds of dog poop and what they actually mean

Your dog’s poop says a lot about his health, and when you’re tasked with picking up his poop every day, it’s only natural to observe how it looks like. If you’re not sure how to properly identify the types of faeces, read here.
10.08.16

What to do if your dog has a seizure

It’s possible for seizures to be a one-time thing, but unfortunately, they often occur more than once. Read on to find out what you should do when your furkid gets a relapse.