april sapphire, a stunning jewel of the Zodiac, is a pet-friendly 2BHK home in Singapore. Whether or not you can be considered a child prodigy or not (we’ll leave that decision up to you) April is definitely the month of the year when it’s most likely you’d want a pet. It doesn’t matter what breed, what age or gender you are. But as humans, we tend to think that as long as we’re not going somewhere, then it’s fine.
So when it’s time to bring your beloved canine pal along with you for the trip, you need to do some planning. And that planning stage is where you should get all of your ducks lined up. Your first move should be to register your pet at the local animal shelter. To ensure that your beloved pet will be able to stay there for good, ask your vet about their rules about keeping the animal.
You should also have an idea about how much space you’re looking for in your vehicle. Most pet owners have problems when they’re traveling with larger pets like dogs. Some can’t even accommodate their dogs inside a car, much less a small sedan. If you’re traveling by car, make sure you plan a spot for them to sleep and relax without being disturbed.
While April is officially declared as the month of love, don’t expect that your pet will fall in love with you right away. Dogs, like people, take time to develop bonds. Don’t push the relationship along too fast. They’ll come around.
The area in which you live also plays an important role on whether or not your dog will fit in. If you live in a bustling city like Singapore, the chances are that you’ll have more dogs at home than people. A place like Bukit Timah is known for lively dogs, who love to frolic around in the water. In contrast, living in a quiet area like Raffles Road, Blyde River and the Southern Expressway is more likely to foster a closer bond with your pet.
One thing you can do in order to help your dog adjust is by not bringing it home with you. In many cities like Singapore, an animal shelter is just a short walk away from your home. But for some reason, some owners prefer to bring their pets with them. Even if they are only one day old, a puppy will quickly revert back to its cute puppy form once it’s taken home. So instead of introducing a new dog into your family, why not leave it at the animal shelters for a while? The staff at these shelters are sure to get to know your family and adapt to its presence.
You may also want to consider bringing your pet to the Singapore Botanical Gardens, Kaleidoscopic Museum, bird zoo or even a play park. Not every Singaporean has the luxury of going to the animal shelters, so you may have to settle for visiting one or two. The cute and cuddly animals at these places are sure to grab your attention.
One place that you can’t afford not to visit is the Orchard Road Animal Farm. This farm offers all kinds of animal products made out of organic materials, such as fruits and vegetables, and meat from chickens and ducks. What better way to relax after a day in the city than to relax at an animal farm? And you can take your family along to enjoy a day or two of farm fun.
If you are looking to buy some funky souvenirs, check out the Orchard Road Animal Farm. They sell everything from ornaments to key chains and postcards. You can also purchase their organic fair trade coffee, tea and chocolate. What a fantastic way to kick start your day.
As if shopping wasn’t exciting enough, there’s also another reason to visit Orchard Road on April Fools Day. Visit The Pet Rental Shop and get a pet! You can pick from a wide range of doggies including German Shepherds, Dobermans, German Lions, Golden Retrievers and more. The staff at the shop are friendly, helpful and have lots of suggestions for how to make your new pet’s life as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. There are also plenty of coupons to give away.
Finally, you can always visit the Orchard Road Pet Rescue. Here, you can bring your pet and have it checked out if it needs any medical treatment or is sick. There are no fees to be taken out of your pocket, so there is no reason not to drop by for a little comfort and solace on this very special day of the year. The puppies are usually back on April 1st so you might want to come then too.