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Durian Cookies & Gorgeous Food Bowls from Woof Bakery, Kuala Lumpur

Look! It’s durian cookies!! Open it, mom!

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Donna got up again when I took out the phone so I had to ask her to go back to the same position she offered before I started recording. :P

Durian Cookies from WoofBakery, Kuala Lumpur

Many thanks to @happybingo_jokerboys mama who ordered a whole bunch of personalised cookies for some of the IG furkids in Singapore, including Donna!

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Find the durian cookie with Donna’s name!

The Durian Cookies are from WoofBakery in Kuala Lumpur. (Hold on! Don’t know what is durian? Click here to find out!)We totally love the wholesome-looking* and yummy food recipes they have in their feed! Check them out if you are looking for homecooking inspiration for yourself and dog!!

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More of these here – https://www.instagram.com/woofbakery/
*Note: Gorgeous pictures copyright to woofbakery are provided here for inspirational purposes only. I think it is fun to prepare something like this now and then as a special treat for you and your dog. However, as an everyday meal, please ensure your homecooking or the commercial homecook food you buy is nutritionally balanced for your individual dogs. You can consult with a qualified nutritionist or vet expert if you are not sure. Also, as dogs may have difficulty digesting raw vegetables, you may want to think about cooking or grinding up raw vegetables to make the nutrients more bio-available for your dog.



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Singapore dog hdb-approved mongrel aka Singapore special

Singapore Dog Donna is officially HDB-Approved :D

We adopted Donna from Gentle Paws and Friends way before we heard of the Adore program that gets mongrel dogs HDB-approved. We weren’t looking specifically for a mongrel at the time but we didn’t see an HDB (Housing Development Board)-approved small breed dog that we wanted to adopt at the SPCA.

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An early picture of Donna when we first adopted her. She was fatter with the same friendly smile. :P

We eventually met Donna and adopted her. It took some time and difficulty, but we finally have got her HDB-approved and a legal companion pet in the flat! 

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Green Corridor Graffiti near Buona Vista MRT, Singapore

We visited the Green Corridor stretch from Greenleaf View to the Bridge along Dunearn Road two years back. I’ve been wanting to visit other parts of the Green Corridor like the Green Corridor graffiti underpasses for a while. We finally made it there last weekend!

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PetMate transport VS regular taxi fare

I have been sending Donna to daycare regularly for a month, and I explored using PetMate or dialing direct through the Comfort Taxi hotline on Monday a few weeks back.

PetMate is what is known as the Uber for pets. It connects you to private drivers who are totally open to ferrying pets, with or without being accompanied by humans. So unlike Comfort cab, Grab or Uber, you know for sure the driver is not going to reject your dog even before booking.

I found that PetMate is not affordable for my regular trips to Donna’s daycare which is just 15min drive away. But when venturing further from home for doggy outings the PetMate service can certainly take the headache out of coordinating transport, especially if you are going to remote locations.  Read on for details! ;)

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Happy 7th Birthday, Donna!

I typically don’t interact with many people or dogs at bigger dog parties. With too many dogs, it can get chaotic so I keep Donna on the lead in such cases.

And in the case of parties I’m organising, I can get too preoccupied with details and forget about talking to people. I’m sure that may be the case for some of you too, since I myself have attended parties where I didn’t converse much with the host besides, “Hi”, “This is the present for XYZ” and “Bye!”. :P

This year, it seemed a better idea to keep Donna’s birthday celebrations small and informal.

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Donna’s Gotcha Day Bundt Cake

Donna’s Gotcha Day was in Jan 12, 2013. Xmas to Chinese New Year is typically a busy period for me, so after last year’s hectic experience I decided to just ask a few dogs out for a picnic at Bishan Park so Donna can have fun with some friends.

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Sengkang Riverside Park with Donna!

Sengkang Riverside Park appears to be a relatively boring and featureless place at first glance. Here are the key features and what you can expect to see in the park. ;)

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Dog picnic at Punggol Waterway Park

We’ve visited Punggol Settlement for a cycling outing before. So when I heard Punggol Waterway Park [google map], I assumed it would be roughly the same area. I was wrong, the two are about 2.8km apart if you drive. Last year we visited and found Punggol Waterway Park to work pretty well for a doggie Christmas picnic that we were invited to. 

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ribs for sharing at Cornerstone, Bishan Park

Dog-friendly Cornerstone at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

P and I had dinner at Cornerstone when we took Donna over to the Bishan Park dog run over the weekend. The overall dining experience was rather disappointing, although we did enjoy some of the dishes we ordered. 

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