• 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
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    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

How To: 4 Tips To Prevent Pet Mishaps

How To: 4 Tips To Prevent Pet Mishaps

How To: 4 Tips To Prevent Pet Mishaps

As part of the family, it is only natural for pet owners to want to keep their little ones safe. Although bringing your pet to work and you go-to pet boarding facility in Singapore are an option, it is not exactly possible to keep an eye on your furkid 24/7. As most pets are curious about their surroundings, there is a risk when leaving them in the house unsupervised. Therefore, it is advisable for pet owners to pet-proof your homes, to minimise the risk of potential accidents. Listed below are four tips to ensuring the safety of your pet during your absence.

Declutter your home

It may seem too simple a solution, but you’ll be surprised at its effectiveness. Due to their ability to reach the highest places in the house, do keep sharp items in containers with lids, to keep hazardous items out of Kitty’s reach. Do also note to avoid leaving medicine lying around as your furry companion may accidentally consume them. In addition to keeping your house hazard-free, decluttering your house will also help keep the space organized – an added bonus!

Invest in technological gadgets

From tracker to viewcams, a wide variety of gadgets are now readily available at local and online pet shops in Singapore. In addition to keeping a close eye on your furry friends, these gadgets will also allow you to interact with the pets at home; a temporary solution to potential anxiety separation problems. The GPS monitoring tags on the other hand, is a handy tool for more adventurous pets or for those who have the tendency to wander about.

Put away hazardous equipment

Curiosity kills the cat, and that is something we wish to avoid. From insecticides to detergents, it is advisable to store chemically hazardous equipment in secure cabinets. Electric cords on the other hand, should be coiled up or put away in a secure location that will prevent your pet from clawing or gnawing at them.

Watch out for the flora and fauna

Pets are highly likely to chew on weeds, flowers, or plants around your house. While some are healthy for the pets, poisonous flora such as lilies and oleanders ones will lead to serious health issues such as respiratory problems. Do consult your vendors or online pet shops on the ideal plants for a pet-friendly home. At the same time, avoid having your pets venture on treated lawns, to avoid accidental ingestion of pesticides and/or fertilisers. As some pets may try to squeeze through the gaps between fences, be sure to conduct regular checks on your pets, to keep them from hazardous areas.

While pet-proofing may require a considerable amount of time and effort, ensuring the well-being of your pet will make the process more than worth it. As every pet reacts different to environmental changes, so you should experiment first and observe their habits before introducing drastic changes to the home.

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