Wellness

09.09.15

A clean slate

An adorable furkid is often accompanied by the unsavoury task of cleaning up pee and other pet stains. To ease the housebreaking process, here's our top stain and odour remover recommendation.
09.09.15

Dealing with dog bullies

Dog runs are envisioned as happy places where pups enjoy carefree, off-leash romps with playmates—that is, until Fido turns into a wimpy (fur)kid as he’s intimidated by another pooch.
12.08.15

Cafe with cuddles

Fancy a bumbling Frenchie bounding up to you, or a sweet Maltese curling up in your lap? We are the Furballs and its nine doggy residents serve up some fluffy love with your cuppa.
12.08.15

Pick the right vet

Besides good nutrition and sufficient exercise, your furkid also needs adequate medical care to keep healthy. Dr Eugene Lin, senior veterinary surgeon with The Animal Ark Veterinary Group, shares what to look out for when “shopping” for a vet.
12.08.15

Healing vibrations

Skin allergies are commonly treated with steroid medications from the vet, but the relief is temporary and doesn’t resolve the problem in the long run. Read how bioresonance therapy can help with allergy treatment.
08.07.15

Fur-less but fabulous

Unlike most paw-rents of “exotic” pet breeds, Eng Khim did not spend a single cent on his Sphynx cat—he met himin the course of work, and gave the lucky lad a second shot at a better life. Read more here.
08.07.15

Run Free

Wide open spaces are the stuff of Fido's dreams, so we turned our furry tester loose in West Coast Park for a test.
08.07.15

Handmade with Love

Using simple ingredients and affordable materials, try your hand at making these hip, Instagram-worthy doggy treats.
11.06.15

Summer with Fido and Junior

Sunny days are here and school’s out, so fill the holidays with these fun activities that will have the little ones and furkids squealing (and barking) with joy.
11.06.15

Paw partners: Guide dogs

If you’ve ever met a guide dog, you’d notice that they’re not as friendly as regular furkids. These professional furkids are expected to be alert, obedient and focused on their jobs, which is to guide their visually impaired partners to safety. Read more here.