Top Five


Furry And Fearful

It’s common for furkids to be terrified of visiting the vet—after all, it is a foreign place with lots of “scary” smells, people, and objects—and as paw-rents, we would do just about anything to ease that fear. Here are our top 5 tips for a happy trip to the vet!

No smelly kisses, please!

If there's one thing we don't like about our dogs, it'd be their breath. A stinky lick on the face is not just unpleasant, but could also be a sign of dental disease and other illnesses. Read on to find out more.

Hello, kitty!

Bringing a second cat home can be tricky, be sure to introduce your two kitties properly to avoid cat fights.

Cancer Pains

Receiving the diagnosis that your furkid has cancer is one of the most heart-wrenching moments in a paw-rent's life, so you need to keep calm and stay optimistic for the sake of your pet.

Tufts of Fluff

If you've got a cat, it's likely that you have got a lot of fur lying around your house too. Puss sheds her fur naturally as part of her body's renewing process, but we all know how inconvenient this can be–especially when we are decked out in black. Read on to find out how you can minimise her shedding.

Doggy Dislikes

With the recent hoo-ha about a published study warning paw-rents not to hug their pooches, we bring to your attention five other common things you do that Fido probably doesn't like either.

Stinky Kitty

As much as we love our felines, it can be off-putting when they get stinky. There are many reasons why Puss may smell bad, so here are five of the most common ones which you should take note of.

Yeast Be Gone

Yeast infections are common in dogs, particularly in hot, humid countries like Singapore. It can cause your pooch to feel itchy and uncomfortable, but fret not. Here are some natural ways you can help Fido fight off yeast and rebalance his system.

Small Crib, Big Comforts

A small home doesn’t necessarily equate to less comfort for Puss. With a few space-efficient product purchases and some minor tweaks to your furniture layout, your feline will be kept happy and satisfied!

Loving Licks

Most pooches are fond of licking our faces, occasionally even “kissing” us on our lips. Is this merely a show of affection, or are there any other reasons behind such behaviour? Read on to find out more.