Why We Stopped Feeding Kibbles to Our Dog
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by Pawmeal Team
2w ago
We were feeding kibbles but realised it was not the most healthy. Find out why we stopped feeding kibbles to our young dog and switched to fresh dog food. When we first fostered and adopted our dog, we were also feeding our dogs kibbles! But we changed our dog’s diet to a healthier, human-grade version soon after, because we want our dog to live longer and stay healthy. ? Why did we stop feeding kibbles? Kibbles are still the most widely fed food for both dogs and cats today. Most dog owners think about kibbles first when it comes to food for their dogs. Most pet parents already have the perce ..read more
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How to Make a Picky Dog Eat
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
“How to let my picky dog eat?” “My dog is not eating.” “My dog is a fussy eater!” We hear you. Rara and Skippy both hear you too. So we are going to share with you 8 tips on how to make your picky dog eat better. It seems to be becoming a norm that dogs are getting picky, and our data shows that certain breeds may be fussier than other breeds. Fussy eating seems to be one of the main problems of caring for our dogs. As a result, some pawrents are worried of giving food that are “too good or yummy” for fear of encouraging pickiness. This is reasonable. But we would like to share that the pro ..read more
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Is Commercial Dog Food Healthy for your Pet?
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
A common widespread perception nowadays is that commercial pet food is seen as the default food for dogs and cats. There are many benefits associated with commercial dog food or cat food, otherwise known as kibbles. They are often advertised as convenient solutions, they are sold cheaper at large oversized packets, they are said to be able to complete your pet’s dietary needs, and the big companies have pet nutritionists working for them to formulate the dried processed food. But beneath all these, lie a lot more facts that most consumers, pet owners are unaware of. One shocking fact: commerc ..read more
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How to Understand Dog Poop (with Stool Chart / Infographic)
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
The ideal dog poop should also not stink too much. The amount of dog poop and the stinkiness are both indicators of how much your dog is absorbing the food. The least amount of dog poop and less smelly it is, the better. Ever since we have Rara, we have been talking to her like she understands us. (We think Rara understands us!) But how do we understand Rara – in particular, Rara’s inner body conditions and how she feels? Knowing the meanings of her poop change may help! We do wish Rara can speak hooman language, and unfortunately her language to us are limited to barking and whining. But ..read more
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Pawmeal & Weekenders’ Market at Jurong Play Grounds
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
We’ll be journeying over to the West this weekend to Jurong to participate in the Weekenders’ Market! This will be our second pet event since the Covid-19 restrictions have eased a few months ago. And we’re very excited to be stepping into Jurong Play Grounds this time round, for the very first time! The Weekenders’ Market will happen across 2 days this weekend, on the 22nd and 23rd Oct 2022. It is a combination of Markets, comprising of Farmers’ goods as wells Makers’ items! But this Oct edition has the additional “pet” element in it, with quite a number of pet products / businesses featurin ..read more
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Customer Update – Product and Price Adjustments
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
Hello! We have some news to share here regarding our fresh food products and pricing model. We have been very honoured and grateful for your support all this while. It is our mission to make every dog happy and healthy, and we will continue to work hard to improve our service and offerings to you and your furry friend. The attention this year is shifting towards rising costs. Since late last year (2021), we have been adopting a cautious approach and decided to maintain our prices as long as we can. This year alone, there have been multiple events relating to rising costs: Announcement of GST ..read more
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How Do You Know if Your Dog has a Food Allergy?
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
When you see your dog scratch or itch somewhere on its body, it can be due to different reasons. Your pup may be bored and want your attention. It may be craving for some play time. Or it can also be due to fleas or ticks (). But when you see your dog scratch itself until its fur drops or skin reddens, your dog may have facing some problems! It may be due to a food allergy and your dog is displaying symptoms and reacting to it. Let’s understand more about dog food allergies here! How does a dog food allergy come about? Usually, dogs experience food allergies when their digestive systems fail t ..read more
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8 Types of Dog Stools – Their Meanings and Home Remedies
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
Occasionally, pet owners and our customers ask us about the meaning of their dog’s poo. We all know that whatever comes out from our canine’s tummy most likely is due to what goes into it. (Note: Food usually is the reason for poop problems, but there are other non-food related factors too). We’ll look into 8 poop issues and share what they mean below. We’ll cover non-food related reasons too. Why you should learn the meanings of your dog’s poop Most pet owners will rather explore home remedies first to resolve minor problems with their pets. Our dog’s stools are one of the most significant ..read more
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Are Meat Meals Good for Dogs?
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
Summary – It is OK to feed dog food that uses good quality meat concentrate that comes from edible meaty parts of an animal, and a NO if the ingredient sources are not exactly transparent. We feel that meat meals that consist of natural, real meat are good for your dog. Do note that these meat powders usually require topping up of artificial nutrients as the high heat process will have eliminated most of the natural nutrients. Meat meals that use real proteins are so rare, as almost every dog food maker save on ingredient costs. (To give you an idea: 1kg of raw animal protein will end up only ..read more
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Testing for Dog Food Allergies in Singapore
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by Pawmeal Team
1y ago
Testing for dog food allergies can be really a headache. When your dog has a food allergy, symptoms like itching and rashes may occur. You may try home remedies like this particular solution to identify the food cause. You may also have heard of hypoallergenic diets sold in the physical and online pet shops, which are not really permanent solutions. (We explain why towards the end of this article below). However, if nothing works and your dog still displays allergic symptoms, perhaps it is time to consider seeking professional help and send your dog for possible food allergy tests. But ..read more
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