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Pet Adoption Tails: Yvonne Leung and Pumpkin

Yvonne Leung only started adopting cats in 2016 when she moved to Shanghai, but she admits that the graceful creatures have always had a special place in her heart. As a modern-day nomad who can’t seem to stay at a place for very long (she’s lived in Hong Kong and the UK before coming to Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Fish?

The short answer: It depends. The long answer: Fish can be included in your dog’s diet as a great source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and vitamin B12. However, there are some important considerations you must take note of before you let him eat fish. First, make sure you only offer your dog Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Pork?

The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Though cooked pork is safe for dogs to eat, it should be done with caution. The cooked pork you serve him should be properly grilled, steamed, or boiled. Undercooked or raw pork may contain roundworm parasites that may attach to your dog’s muscles for years. Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Tuna?

The short answer: No. The long answer: Tuna is a type of fish that lives longer compared to other fish, leading it to store high levels of mercury and metals in its body. Feeding tuna to your dog might lead to mercury poisoning, which can damage to his nervous system, cardiovascular system, and digestive system. Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Garlic?

The short answer: No.  The long answer: Think twice before letting your dog sniff through the raw ingredients in your kitchen as he may accidentally take an interest in your raw garlic cloves. Belonging to the allium species, garlic contains N-propyl disulfide that is highly toxic for dogs. It is said to be five times Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Nuts?

The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: There are a few nut varieties that your dog can enjoy (peanuts and cashews, to name a few), but there are more types that are dangerous for his well-being. Macadamias, for one, contain an undetermined toxin that may cause your dog to display any of Read More...

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