• Light of Life Veterinary Clinic
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    Tel: 6243 3282
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    Tel: 6288 3929 (24 Hours)
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    1015 Upper Serangoon Road #01-00 Singapore 534753
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    Block 109 Clementi Street 11 #01-31 Singapore 120109
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    Emergency: 9668 6469
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    Sat, Sun, Public Holidays: 9am-5pm
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What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet With

What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet With


What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet With

Nothing is cuter than watching doggos completing (or failing) viral challenges. Maybe they were bamboozled, maybe they were being good boyes, here are five challenges to do with your fur-kid.

The Snoot Challenge What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet WithSource: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm-GkRFF0kA

One of the cutest challenges, simply form a circle with your hands and have for your furkid to poke its snout through the circle. Although this behaviour is not instinctive, it is easy to acquire with just a bit of training. The snoot challenge can actually be helpful to your pet as well – by familiarising it with people handling its face, making your next visit to the vet in Singapore a breeze.

The What the Fluff Challenge What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet WithSource: https://www.instagram.com/p/BkIsrC5nfwN

While your pet is watching, stand by the door and hold up a sheet or blanket in front of you. Quickly hide behind the adjacent wall as the sheet crumples to the ground. Watch as your pet look around in astonishment and go, What the Fluff, where did my owner disappear to?

The Cat Square What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet WithSource: https://youtu.be/Zhlvm0w_Dr8?t=77

Want your cat to stay in a certain spot of the house? Simply tape a square (or any shape really) on the floor. Much like how cats love to squeeze their bodies into any cardboard boxes, your cat will sit perfectly still within the tape-square on the floor, even though there aren’t any physical walls. This has got to do with their love of enclosed spaces – in the absence of one, just the lines drawn on the floor will be enough to trick them into doing so. However, not all cats keep their paws behind the line, so don’t be surprised if yours steps out of it.

The Bamboozled Challenge What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet WithSource: https://youtu.be/Vf-mKcH4OY8

Hide a handful of treats inside a closed hand, while in the other, show your dog that there is only one treat in it. Wave the hands around for a bit, and let your pet decide which to choose. After it chooses and devours that singular treat, open your other palm and show it what it has missed out on. Watch as it realises it’s been bamboozled; the look is priceless. Word of warning, do not attempt this trick too often as it may make your pet lose trust in you.

The Squat Your Dog Challenge What the Fluff? 5 Viral Challenges to Bamboozle Your Pet WithSource: https://www.instagram.com/p/BUvM2KGFExh

One for the fitness enthusiasts, the Squat Your Dog challenge brings together your two loves – fitness and doggos. Do your daily squats as usual, but this time instead of lifting weights, carry your furkid instead. Works best with bigger breeds such as Huskies or Labradors, but is just as fun with your petite Chihuahuas.

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