With KYON's clever GPS pet collar, you'll know almost everything about your pooch—from where he is to what he's up to—no matter where you are.
When Button the rescued Miniature Schnauzer found a place in Fiona Foo’s heart a year ago, the founder-volunteer of Hope Dog Rescue had no idea the scruffy pooch would blossom into a therapy dog with a difference.
If Fido keeps scratching or constantly smells funky, he’s definitely overdue for a vet visit. Here are some skin conditions that commonly plague pooches living in Singapore.
With loud booms and bright flashes, it’s no wonder thunderstorms are fur-rightful for Fido. Here are five tips to help your pooch overcome its fear of the impending downpour.
With their crazy antics and outrageous size, these record-breaking furkids might just be the most extraordinary pets in the world.
In honour of National Day, make your furry pocket pal the star of these Instagram-worthy photo concepts inspired by life on our sunny island.
A lifesaver for busy paw-rents, pee pads keep your floor clean and Fido's paws dry. Our resident pooch, Happy, leaves his mark on our top picks.
Migrating with your family can be a complicated process, especially if you’re taking your furry friends abroad with you.
In these tumultuous times, national security is a priority for Singaporeans. Hence, we turn the spotlight on our nation’s furry protectors this National Day.
Pooches with medium to long fur or woolly undercoats require regular brushing to keep their tresses healthy, shiny and knot-free—the slicker brush is the perfect tool for the job. We test a few on our resident furkids, Piper and Bella.
Does the colour of your furry friend matter?
With this nifty cleaning tool, bathtime's no longer a fuss.
Home to some of the world’s cutest furkids, we explore Japan’s extraordinary love affair with cats and dogs while taking a closer look at their pampered lives.
As 15-year-old Miniature Schnauzer, Junior, spends his twilight years in a dementia-induced daze, his devoted paw-rents Sharon Tan and Chai Jun Yea are determined to show him he’s dearly loved right till the very end—even if the senior pooch barely remembers them.
Shelters, both locally and overseas are starting reading programmes for their animals.