• Light of Life Veterinary Clinic
    Light of Life Veterinary Clinic
    Tel: 6243 3282
    Blk 740 Bedok Reservoir Road #01-3165 Singapore 470740
    Opening Hours:
    Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat: 12pm-5pm, 8pm-11pm
  • Animal Practice Veterinary Clinic & Surgery
    Animal Practice Veterinary Clinic & Surgery
    Tel: 6288 3929 (24 Hours)
    1015 Upper Serangoon Road #01-00 Singapore 534753
    Opening Hours:
    Daily 9am-12pm, 2pm-5pm, 6pm- 8pm (Closed on Public Holidays)
  • The Animal Clinic
    The Animal Clinic
    Tel: 6776 3450 / 6777 0273
    Block 109 Clementi Street 11 #01-31 Singapore 120109
    Opening Hours:
    Mon-Fri: 9.30am-12noon, 2pm-5pm, 6pm-8.30pm
    Sat: 9.30am-1pm, 2pm-5pm, 6pm-8.30pm
    Sun: 12noon to 4:30pm
  • Toa Payoh Vets
    The Animal Clinic
    Tel: 6254 3326
    Emergency: 9668 6469
    Block 1002, Toa Payoh Lorong 8 #01-1477 Singapore 319074
    Opening Hours:
    Mon-Fri: 9am - 8pm
    Sat, Sun, Public Holidays: 9am-5pm
  • Singapore Pet Cremation
    Singapore Pet Cremation
    Tel: 9665 1038
    Opening Hours:
    24 hours

4 New Year Resolutions for Pet Owners

4 New Year Resolutions for Pet Owners

4 New Year Resolutions for Pet Owners

Looking to be a better owner to your loyal, furry companion in the upcoming year? From regular vet checks to spending more quality time, here are some New Year resolutions to strengthen the bond between your pet and you.

Stay Active 4 New Year Resolutions for Pet Owners

While it’s not necessary to scale Bukit Timah Hill every other day, it is encouraged to explore the island with your pet. Whether it is taking a stroll by the beach or playing a good ol’ game of fetch at Marina Barrage, the exercise and fresh air will benefit both your pet and you. Plus, this allows you to spend some quality time with your pet.

Quit Smoking

Talking about staying active, quitting smoking also plays an important role in both you and your pet’s health. While not smoking in your pet’s presence does prevent secondhand smoke, smoke particles may linger on furniture, fabrics and worse, your pet’s fur. This puts your pet into contact with these residual particles and in turn, risk hurting it’s health.

Make Regular Vet Visits 4 New Year Resolutions for Pet Owners

As much as your furiend loathes visiting the vet,it is important to do so on a regular basis. Not only do these trips ensure the health of your pet, it allows early detection of potential health issues that your pet may face.

No Scraps from the Table 4 New Year Resolutions for Pet Owners

As pet owners, it’s natural to feed your pet from the table – especially it puts on its best impression of the big-eyed Puss in Boots. However, it is advisable to refrain from doing so as human food often contains artificial flavourings, preservatives, sugar and ingredients that may be detrimental to your pet’s health. When regulating your pet’s diet, you may also take the chance to watch your own and embark on a diet change together!

While they may seem fundamental, these New Year resolutions are nonetheless important. Here’s to a happier and healthier year for your pet and you!

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