What Is It Like To Be A Young Dog Owner

For students who are graduating and considering getting a pet (dog, but not excluding other pets), please give a thorough thought about it. 🙂

Let me begin by asking you a few questions.

Why do you want a dog?

Are you capable of owning one?

What kind of behavioural traits or temperament dog are you looking for?

My dog is not my child, She’s my EQUAL

The human-dog relationship is perhaps the hardest to define in the 21st century. It’s so contentious and filled with so much noise that we don’t even know what to believe anymore.⁠ I get it that we want to be progressive and not think of our dogs as property hence we don’t want to be called an owner. I get it that we want to acknowledge our dogs as living, sentient beings.

I grew up with dogs and never once we treated them like property. But we did respect how they are wired. We recognised that they have needs different from us, humans.⁠

Tips for taking memorable outdoor photos of your furkid (without using professional cameras!)

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!)

My first experience with an Animal Communicator

Meet Nicole, a full-time animal communicator who helps pet owners learn more about what their pet is thinking and feeling!

Read on to learn more about her experiences, and to learn the kind of questions you may want to ask her as well!

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