Chinese New Year is just around the corner. We all know festive season is a joyous time for us to celebrate, to get together with family and friends and eat lots of yummy food. However, have you considered how your pets feel during these joyous times? The noise, the large crowds and lack of resting time can be stressful on them.
Here are 5 ways we have compiled that may help your pet to enjoy the holidays too. After all, this is the Year of the Dog, and our furkids should feel like the VIP that they are.
Get Barkery Oven treats at selected Pet Lovers Centre outlets.
Starting 1st December, you will receive a FREE pack of Naturally Skinny (40gm) when you purchase ANY TWO packets of Barkery Oven treats from the following Pet Lovers Centre outlets in Malaysia.
A Ballooning Tummy
Izzie was ravenous in her appetite. We had fed Lady, our golden retriever, home cooked food for about a year, and she was thriving with the change in diet. Her coat was shinier, energy level was higher and she slimmed down substantially and was lean and muscled. Her fur was also growing back on parts which were previously infected with yeast.
Izzie, we felt – was probably fed kibble all of her life and had some adjustments to do when it came to home cooked food. That meant, poor humans had to deal with soft, stinky stool during the adjustment period!
This is a guest post written by our soapist / chemist Jade Wong of Made by Jade. We asked Jade to share her adoption experience as it is the most beautiful adoption story we have ever heard of.
Loki, our adopted Golden Retriever, passed away unexpectedly in April last year. This article on Business Insider showed up on Petbaker's Facebook news feed recently just when it hit us that Loki's been gone almost a year already.
Green lipped mussel has always been one of my favourite food because it’s delicious when cooked. I probably can have it for appetisers, main cours...
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