Previously, I wrote about the things you should note if you’d like to get a pet (i.e., dogs, cats), and…
Hi, my name is Sheryl I am the “hoosis” of WangWang, some may remember that WangWang was lost a few months back and this is my personal experience.
We see posters of missing dogs, cats, birds, etc around Singapore almost every day, I don’t know about you but truthfully I thought nothing of it and in my mind “This will never happen to Wang”. So from my experience losing WangWang was traumatic, to say the least.
Have you ever just walking your dog and minding your own business, and from afar, you see X stops abruptly and find another alternative path; or X starts walk diagonally as they stare down your dog to avoid it.
Thats a sign of people suffering from Cynophobia develop the condition as a result of negative experience with a dog in the youth. Eg: Been chased or bitten by a dog, witness someone get terrified by a dog, or have grown up with someone who’s aversion to dogs become their own fear.
Adopting a Singapore Special is not for the faint-hearted. It’s for people who are prepared to take on a self-development journey.
Are you goal centered or growth centered? Knowing the difference can help you stay on course to work through difficult times.
When one considers between adoption and getting their new furkid from a known breeder, a major deterrent against opting for adoption is the lack of information on the temperaments of Singapore Specials (SS) (our affectionate name for our kampong dogs, also known to many as “mongrels”, “mixed-breeds” or “strays”).
We often receive queries from fellow pawrents who ask us where we take our outdoor photos, what camera we use, and how we managed to get clear and bright photos of Taro! While we are by no means professional photographers (PS. in fact, we snap most of our pictures with our iPhone!), we would love to share some tips on how to get some memorable and clear photos for you to keep (or post on IG!)
Have you ever come across wild monkeys during your walks with your doggie? As residents of Singapore, most of us probably are not unfamiliar with the sight of wild monkeys. I grew up jogging near Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, and now walk my 6 month old puppy, Mako, near Labrador Park frequently, so these monkeys are definitely a common sight to me.
Every dog owner faces a point where we are frustrated because our training doesn’t yield us results. Here are 5 principles that I employ to keep me focused on what’s important.
I became a mom in July 2017. A mom to a 4-month-old Maltipoo and I named him Chandler Paddington.
Since then, I considered (and spoiled) him as my own son, as crazy as that may sound.
Needless to say, I felt anxious as to how he would take it when he finds out there’s going to be another baby in my life.