Pet Care Articles

Singapore special surrendered for being “too big” transforms from being stressed to serene

Being part of a family just to be separated from them after a year is nothing short of heartbreaking.   This is the story of Malibu, a Singapore special given up for adoption for not fitting into the "ideal" size.  From the moment Malibu was let go by his first pet...

Breed highlight: British Shorthair cat facts

The British Shorthair Cat is believed to be one of Britain’s oldest domestic shorthair cat breeds, refined over time. It’s also one of the most easygoing, child-friendly pets around in a mild manner, making it a great companion. While not as big as a Maine Coon, these cats are big enough if you want a large feline companion. Here are a few things to know if you plan to get one of these cats for yourself.  

Health benefits of 3 New Zealand ingredients for pets

Giving your pets complete and balanced nutrition goes beyond just fresh ingredients. Ensuring their health also means being selective of their benefits for your dogs and cats too. One way to do this is to check the labels and see what your pet food formula is enriched...

Health benefits of Venison for dogs with meat allergies

While meat allergies in dogs are uncommon, they can happen. Sometimes dogs may develop sensitivities to common proteins like Beef or Chicken, which can make pet owners look for novel protein sources instead. These alternatives are not common ingredients, making it...
OCEAN

Explore the depth of New Zealand ocean, where the best breed of king salmon is harvested. Learn more about the sustainable, safe ocean farming practices that is helping to preserve our ocean life.

LAKE

Be astounded by the clear, pristine water of New Zealand’s lakes, home to some of finest duck community. Find out more about the benefits of duck meat.

FOREST

Be awed by the lush, indigenous forest, where inhabitants like deers and brushtail thrive. Learn more about why New Zealand’s venisons are rated amongst the best in the world.

FIELD

New Zealand’s temperate climate has made it the ideal place for pastoral farming. Raised free-range and grass-fed, New Zealand’s lamb has been known to be amongst the most tender and succulent.