National Pet Day falls on April 11, and there is no better way to celebrate the day than by pampering your fur-kids with a day out. While Singapore may not be the most pet friendly location in comparison to its counterparts, there are still a myriad of things to do with your pets around the island. Here are some top picks to help you spoil your fur-babies.
Swimming at Wag & Wild
Wag & Wild offers a dog swimming pool, allowing your pooch to cool off after a day in the hot sun. On top of having fun in the water, swimming also helps condition dogs, maintain a healthy body weight. Life jackets are also available per request.
Puppy Yoga Singapore
Not a fan of the water? Why not head to this yoga studio with your pooch instead? Make your way down to Puppy Yoga Singapore for a yoga class, led by experienced yoga teachers. While us humans get a workout in, our furkids can keep themselves entertained by socialising with other dogs in attendance. Do note that canines will need to meet certain requirements to join this puppy yoga class: they need to be non-aggressive, friendly, and potty trained.
Capella Hotel Singapore
Pamper your fur-babies at this luxury, pet-friendly hotel, located on Sentosa Island. Spend some quiet time with your pooch among the lush greenery, where you’ll feel like you’re in tropical paradise. Capella also offers a myriad of amenities for your and your pet, including an elegant daybed, toys, and treats. If you are still on the fence about booking a stay here, get enticed by the hotel’s thoughtful services. Indulge in an in-room dining experience with separate menus for both you and your pet, so you can enjoy a delicious and comfortable meal together.
Sun Ray Cafe
If staycations aren’t your vibe, take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a meal with your pet at Sun Ray Cafe. Here, humans can savour artisanal bread and hand-brewed coffee, while a separate menu is available for your fur kids. Its pet-friendly menu is made using human grade meats and vegetables, and cooked without any seasoning. Dishes that should garner interest from your dog include minced boiled beef, doggie scrambled eggs, and doggie meat muffins.
Splurge on your fur-kid this National Pet Day by taking them on the ultimate dog-friendly cruise. Royal Albatross’ Sunset Dinner Cruise comes with a gourmet menu, available for both humans and dogs. Pets can look forward to a luxurious 3-course meal, comprising an entree, main dish, and dessert made from various best-known pet brands including PetCubes and TwiceYoung (dog ice cream). What’s more, your pet will get to sit together with you on the dining table, where you’ll both enjoy the sea-breeze and open-air culinary experience. Do note that adult and dog tickets will need to be purchased separately.