I had fun shopping for dog at Don Quijote when I was in Japan. Don Quijote opened it’s first outlet in Singapore this week called Don Don Donki. Come with me to Orchard Central to see what they have brought in for pets!
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It’s time to shake up Donna dog’s diet with new cooked food recipes!
Donna gets two meals a day. Dry food for breakfast and cooked food that is meat combined with a commercial pre-mix for dinner.
We feed dry food or kibble especially if we are rushing in the morning. But dry food is also highly processed, and like any other person who loves their dog, I still want Donna to be able to enjoy quality, nutritious food.
Mention “$2 shop” and you’ll likely think of Daiso. Ang Mo Kio has no Daiso, BUT it has the Mijyi Dollar-Up Mart. Unless priced otherwise, most items in this $2 shop sells at – $2 – of course!
Come with me up this dingy escalator to check out what pet goods this $2 store has to offer!
In 2015, I wrote an introduction to Commercial Raw Dog Food. At that time, there were limited brands of commercial freeze dried dog food – only 2. It has been slightly more than a year and a half, and the good news is we have more choices today than before! Let’s take a look at five freeze dried commercial raw dog food brands that you can find on the shelves today! :)
The five brands are Stella & Chewy’s, Northwest Naturals, Stewart Raw Naturals, Primal Freeze Dried Nuggets and K9 Natural.
Here’s Donna’s review of them :P
Now that you’ve seen Donna’s review, we’ll go on to the human’s review of the food. ;) In this post, we will review the food along the following themes:
What is the Cost per day? How long does each pack last?
What is the quality of the ingredients that go into the bag
- Food safety
Which brand has recalled their food before? What food safety programs have they put in place to protect our pets and family members?
I’m going to talk about 2 safety harnesses for dogs today. The Sleepypod Clickit Sport Untility dog harness and the Ruffwear K-9 Float Coat. Because safety is important, and it hit me really hard when we got into an accident right before New Years eve.
I don’t need to tell you that Japan is a favourite travel destination for many. The country is beautiful and safe, even for single female travellers.
And if you have a dog or cat, it’s actually pretty fun to shop or even just window shop through the stores selling pet-related goods. I recently returned from a short trip to Kyoto, Nara and Osaka.
In this post, I’m sharing with you some of the Kyoto and Osaka pet shops and cat and dog products I saw in Japan.