Give your furkids the royal treatment.
They’ve shared their loyalty and companionship with you and they never fail to bring smiles to your home. It’s time you show your darling pets how much they mean to you!
1. Pamper your pets while doing pet charity
What’s a better way to show your pets love than by making them feel fresh and clean? Check out our top picks for the best places in Singapore to groom your pets.
If you just need a little help to bathe and brush your dogs, the team at Canines Matter (pictured) is just what you need. This social enterprise is an arm of Causes for Animals, an animal protection organisation, and proceeds from the various pet services they offer are channelled back to fund their rescue work.
2. Check in when you’re out
Going on a vacation or visiting home for a while? Leave your beloved pets in good hands with the pet sitting and boarding services available on the island. Find out where you can find trustworthy pet hotels and pet sitters in Singapore.
3. Travel in style
It’s not always easy to take your pet out for more than a walk in the neighbourhood (if you don’t have your own ride) when they are not allowed on public transport.
Don’t fret. Get a hassle-free ride with these convenient pet taxi services in Singapore.
4. Dine with your pets
Looking for a place with good food where you can bring your furbabies along? Take your pick from these awesome pet-friendly restaurants and cafes in Singapore.
5. Insured assurance
Get your four-legged friends insured to protect them just in case medical costs and possible third party liabilities arise. We tell you where to buy the best insurance for your pet in Singapore here.
6. Give them the best care
A good vet is a necessity for pet owners especially when you need to get them neutered or to give them the vaccinations they need. Here’s where you can find a reliable vet in Singapore.
Are you new pet parents? Congrats! Check out everything you need to know about pet ownership in Singapore at AVA Pet Central.
More tips on being a responsible pet owner in Singapore
Check out the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA)’s Responsible Pet Ownership Programme for animal welfare regulations in the country.
If you’re leaving the Lion City, find out how you can take your furkids with you here.
By Muneerah Bee, October 2016