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Fatten Up Your Pets MealRead more +11 May 2017 By xngjnsh in Knowledge Corner, Recipes

Fatten Up Your Pet’s Meal

Last week, we set out to debunk the myths about including some skin and fat in your pet’s diet, and set out to challenge your perception of dietary fat, encouraged it to be incorporated into your pet’s diet, We’ve thus put together a list of ways in which you could introduce (if you haven’t already), or incorporate fat
Photo credits: http://en.paperblog.com/top-10-food-crazy-dogs-who-love-bacon-1524506/Read more +04 May 2017 By xngjnsh in Knowledge Corner, Pet Cooking

Don’t Remove The Fat

If you take the time to whip up your furkid’s meal from scratch, you might not want to remove the fat and skin from the meat. Here’s why… While you might reflexively think that all fat is unhealthy and should be eradicated from your dog’s diet, this is not always the case. Much like how
Photo Credits: http://dogtime.com/dog-health/dog-behavior/36-separation-anxietyRead more +15 March 2017 By xngjnsh in Knowledge Corner, Product Review

Separation Anxiety: A Review

Separation anxiety – this term gets tossed around casually, it is a very serious matter not to be taken for granted. What exactly is separation anxiety? Separation anxiety is your dog’s panicked response to being left alone. The results? The usually calm, collected, and seemingly contented Chester turning disruptive or destructive when left alone. Dogs experiencing separation
Getting Catty With CatteriesRead more +14 February 2017 By xngjnsh in Catteries, Knowledge Corner

Getting Catty With Catteries

A while ago, we shone light on the efforts put in by shelters or rescue groups; the unsung heroes dedicated to putting their foot (or paw) down, taking a stand against the unapologetic treatment of Singapore Specials. Today, we’re here to give due credit to another group of unsung heroes who enduringly embrace the insufferable scratching
Read more +14 February 2017 By xngjnsh in Knowledge Corner, Ticks

Tick Tock, Tick Talk

Ticks are a problem in a tropical country like Singapore, hence it is not uncommon to find ticks on our dogs, especially if your dogs regularly go for walks in parks (ticks tend to live in grassy areas). But luckily for us, we don’t have too many types here, and the primary one we have
Read more +08 February 2017 By xngjnsh in Product Review

Product Review: Jackson Galaxy’s Storm Soother

We’ve heard tell of spirit essences and it’s positive effects on frightened pooches. But what are Spirit Essences all about? They are “vibrational essences, meaning they are remedies that are infused with the energy from natural elements like flowers and gem stones”, and can be traced back to the 1930s, where one Dr. Edward Bach developed and pioneered a
Read more +26 January 2017 By xngjnsh in Product Review

BARF For Dogs (not what you think)

The popularity of BARF: Bones and Raw Food, or Biologically Appropriate Raw Food that emphasise raw meat, ground bones, fruits and vegetables has been on the rise. Since we (Ah Beng Pet Store) have recently taken up distribution of Prime100 BARF™’s Single Protein Diet (SPD), it’s only fitting that we review the product to give you
Read more +19 January 2017 By xngjnsh in Knowledge Corner, Pet Jobs

Jobs For Pets: Diabetes Assist Dog

This week on Jobs For Pets, we have diabetes assist dog Butter, and the human responsible for training Butter – Ms Stella Chew, who opens up about how her assist dog Butter helps her manage her disability.         The Dog Name: Butter Age: 10 years old Breed: Singapore Special/ Mongrel Butter training
Read more +10 January 2017 By xngjnsh in Knowledge Corner

A Doggy-Friendly Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is around the corner, and that means angpaos all around for the unmarried, and my personal favourite – Chinese New Year goodies! While we indulge in the pineapple tarts and bak kwa, it’s tempting to sneak a piece of our all-time favourite treats to our pooches. But we all know that human Chinese New Year
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