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New Spca Merch Teach With Kindness. Our Teachwithk..
16th Apr 2021, by SPCA Singapore

[NEW SPCA MERCH] TEACH WITH KINDNESS Our #TeachWithKindness campaign aims to stamp out abusive practices used in training, raise the standards within the animal training industry, and provide support to pet guardians on animal training and behaviour. You can now wear your support here: spca.org.sg/shop. With every purchase, more animals can gain access to food, shelter, love, emergency care, and more. P.s. these models (not humans) will be up for adoption in the next 1 month! #ChooseForceFre...

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Adoption Spotlight Magic. Is It Finally My Turn To..
14th Apr 2021, by SPCA Singapore

ADOPTION SPOTLIGHT: MAGIC 🔮 Is it finally my turn to go on Adoption Spotlight? About time! I am Magic. I was told I am SPCA’s favourite resident feline old man (old?! How rude!). I am only (almost) 11 years young! Despite being a “senior”, I am in the pink of health. 😸 At times I stress-lick, but I will stop this bad habit with patience and care. I seek a family who will give me attention—in return, I will lavish you with all the purrs, headbutts, and rubs you need. I was surren...

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Every Day At Spca. Brrrrr With This Cold Sweater W..
13th Apr 2021, by SPCA Singapore

EVERY DAY AT SPCA Brrrrr! With this cold sweater weather, our cattery is filled with lots of sleepy, sleepy days… 😴 ❄️🐱 But no matter the weather, our animals are always patiently waiting for their forever warm homes. Visit spca.org.sg/adoption for more info.

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Happy National Pets Day. We Got Our Very Own Spcas..
11th Apr 2021, by SPCA Singapore

HAPPY NATIONAL PET’S DAY We got our very own #SPCASingapore staff to share their #FriendsForLife stories. Keeping a pet is a huge responsibility and we thank all paw-rents for providing safe and loving homes for their companions. 🐾💙

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Puppy Training Webinar
8th Apr 2021, by SPCA Singapore

PUPPY TRAINING WEBINAR Our puppy training webinar by Dr Chow (@dogtor.chow) is now up! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zh-YelDo4mU Some points raised: #1 Think outside the food bowl! Instead of having your dog finish his meal in 5mins, and spending hours waiting for his next meal, try giving food through interactive activities. 
#2 By 12 weeks of age, puppies should be socialised with children, strangers, dogs, and other animals. 
 #3 Don’t let puppies bite your clothes. #4 P...

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Cat’s Heartbeat Once Stopped — Now She’s Up For Adoption
29th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

CAT’S HEARTBEAT ONCE STOPPED — NOW SHE’S UP FOR ADOPTION Iman suffered a cardiac arrest right after a surgery on her paw was completed. When her heart stopped, we performed emergency resuscitation. Then, she started developing seizures. In a final bid to save Iman, an SPCA staff took her home for fostering. She was provided with acupuncture, massages, syringe feeding, and more. After seven months of dedicated care, her recovery made her fosterer’s family cry! She might have a wobbly g...

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Thank You Hills Pet Nutrition. Hillspetsg For Spon..
24th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

THANK YOU HILL’S PET NUTRITION @hillspetsg for sponsoring ALL our kibble meals (dry food)! 😭🙏🏻 We no longer require dry food donations but other animal welfare groups still might. Our SPCA animals are still happy to chomp down your (wet) canned food donations. Alternatively, you may purchase the wet food directly from our SPCA shop wishlist: https://bit.ly/spcashelterwish. 💙 #HillsFoodShelterLove #HillsShelterHeroes #HillsTransformingLives #HillsPetSG

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Compliance Doesn’t Equate To Confidence.
24th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

Compliance doesn’t equate to confidence. Learned helplessness can be detrimental to an animal’s welfare, especially in the long run. #teachwithkindness #chooseforcefree 💙 For humane animal training resources, visit teachwithkindness.spca.org.sg

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Dogs Have No Say In The Kind Of Treatment They Rec..
23rd Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

Dogs have no say in the kind of treatment they receive from their trusted caregivers. If there are humane, effective training methods available, is pain necessary? #teachwithkindness #chooseforcefree 💙

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Signs Of Stress And Fear In Dogs Include Lip Licki..
22nd Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

Signs of stress and fear in dogs include lip licking, yawning, head turns, whale eyes, ears pulled back, shake-offs, and momentary freezes. These are often displayed when a shock collar has been used on a dog. #teachwithkindness #chooseforcefree 💙

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Punishment Requires Impeccable Timing. But If We H..
19th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

Punishment requires impeccable timing. But if we have impeccable timing and training techniques, why incite fear or pain? #teachwithkindness #chooseforcefree 💙

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Modifying An Existing Habit Takes Time, Patience, ..
19th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

Modifying an existing habit takes time, patience, and consistency. The process in training is just as important as the end result. #teachwithkindness #chooseforcefree 💙

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Grogu Is I. But You Can Call Me Survivor. In Nov 2..
17th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

Grogu is I. But you can call me Survivor. 💪🏼In Nov 2020, I was ran over by a car, which left me with head trauma and a broken front leg. I became obtunded, weak, and had brain damage. 🧠 Under intensive foster care with a vet from SPCA’s Community Animal Clinic, I was nursed back to health. Although my broken leg had to be amputated, research has shown that >90% of tripod cats still have a great quality of life. I can run and play with my three legs! 🦵😸 My brain injuries have c...

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Trainer Seen Kicking Dog. In A Recent Video, A Dog..
11th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

TRAINER SEEN KICKING DOG In a recent video, a dog trainer in Singapore was seen kicking a Corgi while walking a group of dogs. The Corgi had started to walk faster than the pack, when she kicked the Corgi twice to jolt him/her back in line. The second kick was much harsher than the first. We have referred the case to the authorities for their follow up action. Read: https://mothership.sg/2021/03/dog-trainer-walks-10 -dogs-kick-corgi-twice/ The SPCA has received reports of abuse in the trainin...

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Video Of S'pore Dog Trainer Kicking Corgi Twice For Crossing Her Path While Walking 10 Dogs Sparks Backlash
11th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

TRAINER SEEN KICKING DOG In a recent video, a dog trainer in Singapore was seen kicking a Corgi while walking a group of dogs. The Corgi had started to walk faster than the pack, when she kicked the Corgi twice to jolt him/her back in line. The second kick was much harsher than the first. We have referred the case to the authorities for their follow up action. Read: https://mothership.sg/2021/03/dog-trainer-walks-10 -dogs-kick-corgi-twice/ The SPCA has received reports of abuse in the traini...

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Recovery After Tvt Transmissible Venereal Tumour. ..
8th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

RECOVERY AFTER TVT (TRANSMISSIBLE VENEREAL TUMOUR) Hi, I am Koropok! I was rescued under the nationwide TNRM (Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage) programme, and brought to SPCA’s Community Animal Clinic. The team discovered I had TVT, a disease that can be spread by touch (e.g. sniffing, mating). This condition is present in certain community dog populations in Singapore. Among the affected lot, approximately 10% of us will suffer from the tumour spreading malignantly — it could even take our lives...

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World Wildlife Day Why Feed Community Animals But ..
6th Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

[WORLD WILDLIFE DAY] WHY FEED COMMUNITY ANIMALS BUT NOT WILDLIFE? Some may have good intentions by wanting to feed wild animals. However, feeding wildlife causes numerous issues and negative consequences for the animals. For example, their population may increase resulting in complaints from the public, and leading to culling operations being carried out. Feeding also alters animal behaviour which will cause more human-wildlife conflict. SPCA recently wrote a piece about this issue. Visit htt...

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We Are Back. Our Animals Have Been Waiting As Pati..
1st Mar 2021, by SPCA Singapore

WE ARE BACK! 🐶🐱🐹🐰💙 Our animals have been waiting as patiently as you have, and they are so happy to see you again! Walk-ins are now allowed on WEEKDAYS (except Thursday, unless it is a public holiday), from 11AM to 3PM. No booking is required. For WEEKEND visits, an appointment booking is still compulsory — slots will only be released 7 days beforehand. Booking page + what to prepare: http://bit.ly/SPCABooking Adoption gallery: http://spca.org.sg/adoption

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Starburst, A Second Chance. While Undergoing Sedat..
28th Feb 2021, by SPCA Singapore

STARBURST, A SECOND CHANCE 🌠 While undergoing sedation for sterilisation at the SPCA's Community Animal Clinic, Starburst had an adverse reaction to the drugs and went into cardiac arrest. Emergency resuscitation was immediately conducted and his heart started beating again! He was under a manual oxygen ventilator for 2 hours after, until he was conscious. A kind vet fostered him and managed to nurse him back to health! He has since been sterilised at SPCA’s clinic, and has fully recovere...

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Get Ready For March 1 2021. Spca Singapore Will Be..
24th Feb 2021, by SPCA Singapore

GET READY FOR MARCH 1 2021! 🥳🐾 SPCA Singapore will be welcoming you again from March 1 onwards. Our animals have been waiting as patiently as you have, and are excited to see you again! Walk-ins will be allowed on WEEKDAYS (except Thursday, unless it is a public holiday), from 11AM to 3PM. No booking is required. For WEEKEND visits, an appointment booking is still compulsory — slots will only be released 7 days beforehand. Booking page: http://bit.ly/SPCABooking Adoption gallery: ht...

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