The intense heat that we experience here on our tropical island can be a real pain for us and even more so for our furry friends. Here are some ways to keep your bun cool in Singapore.
Busy paw-rents have a hard time being away from their furkids and not worrying about their welfare and safety. With the introduction of Pebby, paw-rents will no longer have to leave their hearts back at home.
If you noticed that Fido has been constantly begging you for food, or following you around when you are carrying food, it might be time to understand what might be causing this behaviour. Here are four reasons to explain why your furkid is hungry all the time.
A cat was found walking around Ubi wrapped in masking tape, making this a one-of-a-kind animal abuse case here in Singapore. Read on to find out more about how this cat was rescued.
AVA announced their plan to enhance the pet licensing regime, which aims to improve the traceability of pet canines in Singapore, discourage pet abandonment, and to help reunite lost dogs with their owners. Read on to find out about the new licensing rules that take effect in the first quarter of the year.
Have you ever wondered what kind of music your furkid might be into? A study by the Scottish SPCA and the University of Glasgow now provides a possible answer—read on to find out more!
A study by the University of Cambridge showed that children are more satisfied in relationships with their pets than ones with their own siblings. Read on to find out more!
Have you been thinking of treating your little pooch to a sumptuous dinner this coming festive season? While most restaurants and cafes would be closed for Chinese New Year, we found three pet-friendly venues for you and your pup. Read on to find out more!
Does Fido or Puss get stressed out by loud noises, like fireworks or thunderstorms? The first ever film collection for dogs and cats has been produced—these films are scientifically designed with the intention of reducing stress caused by a cacophony of sounds. Read on to find out more!
Canine cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of ten—but half of these cancers can be cured if caught early. Read on to find out about symptoms and preventive measures for your furkid.