It’s that time of the year again! The sun’s out and the weather’s just perfect for some outdoor fun with your furkid. This June, Pets Magazine will be holding our ever popular Pets Picnic Party, so here are 10 reasons why you shouldn’t miss Singapore’s largest outdoor picnic for paw-rents and furkids.
Having pets in nursing homes (be it therapy animals, visiting furry companions or resident pets) can provide its elderly residents a sense of joy and relief. However, a recent study by researchers in Ohio discovered that nursing homes rarely had any policies or protocols to protect the residents or animals, thus making risks a real possibility.
Wes Anderson’s new stop-motion animation venture after Fantastic Mr. Fox is a story about a young boy who goes in search for his dog which has been banished to an island after an illness outbreak. An ode to 1960s Japanese cinema, Isle of Dogs, with a star-studded cast, 1,000 puppets and 240 micro sets, is truly a sight for sore eyes. Say the title fast enough and you’ll hear ‘I love dogs’. Read to find out more about how this intricate film was created!
The Xoloitzcuintli may sound like a made-up dog breed, but did you know that this Mexican hairless dog has been in existence for over 3,000 years? Read on to find out more!
Dry and wet food has its perks and downsides, but which is suitable for your furkid and your lifestyle?
When your feline is sick, you could potentially contract these diseases too. Here are four common illnesses you can get from your kitty.
The colour of Fido’s stools is a good indicator of how healthy he actually is. Here are seven colours and what health conditions are associated with it.
Congratulations, you’ve decided to embark on your first paw-rent journey! If you've got a few pets on your mind but still can’t seem to decide which pet would be the most suitable, don’t worry. We're here to help.
Besides meal time, taking your furkid out for a walk could be the next best part of their day. By choosing the most appropriate tools for each furkid, you’re helping them get the best out of each outdoor experience.
If you’re a paw-rent or an observant passer-by, you would have noticed this “circling” behaviour when you bring your furkid out for a walk. Have you ever wondered why?