Lego is a young Lagotto Ramagnolo living in Singapore and he’s here to share a simple pupcake recipe! You don’t have to wait for your pet’s birthday every year before indulging in pupcakes. Now, you can simply make them yourselves at home.
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”).
There are many benefits of bone broth for both humans and dogs! It makes a great addition to your dog’s diet and helps with joint aches, digestion, healthy gut etc. Simply search online and you will find a list of benefits.I have tried using a variety of different types of bone – pork, beef and lamb.
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!
Read the story of Bailey: the pup that travelled across the world for one person!
In our previous article, we mentioned about the arduous journey that we took to tackle Porkchop’s excessive barking. We tried various methods and finally settled on using e-collars. With all the commotion going around about e-collar bans, we thought that this would be a good time to share our reasons on why we continued using the e-collar and our experience using it as part of the training. (we said part because you will know when you read more below)
In Singapore, there are limited shops and stores that I can bring my little Maltipoo, Donut to. When I saw the cute photos of pet owners being able to shop with their pup at Singpet, I knew I had to give it a visit.
Vaccinations help to protect the immune system from illness. They work by exposing the body to non-pathogenic viral or bacterial antigens and the immune system remembers how the pathogens cause disease and anticipates. Vaccines can prevent the onset of diseases (or reduce the severity of disease).