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PET search - PETSTER Magazines
2009 NEW LOOK ! SMALLER size, BIGGER content !
PETSTER
THE MALAYSIAN NO.1 FREE PET LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
WWW.PETSTERMAGAZINE.COM
magazine
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Creature Feature : Pet adoption succge
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interviews by petfinder.my > See Pa
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MAY 2009
Our Furry Friends
- How to train your
sugar glider?
> pg. 46
BITES & SNACKS
Project H.O.M.E. - Petster Magazine’s 1st Anniversary!
ASK OUR VET
More solutions to your pet health problems!
PET SEARCH
Many pets for sale / adopt!
CHIT CHAT CAT
Jun
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Valid
Till
30t
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about dogs, find out at THE DOG’S BLOG > pg. 34
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FANCY FEAST® Dry Cat Food
30 Interesting Facts
PETS 4 LIFE!
PP15646/01/2009(021043)
Editor’s Note
Managing Editor
William Tan - (012) 333 3626
[email protected] [email protected]
Advertising Sales
J-Ye Loh - (012) 212 8303
Elcho Chiang - (017) 366 1102
[email protected]
Creative Designer
Good day, readers! Got to admit that the magazine’s
reconstruction was a good decision, many readers are happy
although they’d waited long enough and also, my fellow
business supporters! For this month’s issue, we interviewed
2 pet lovers who successfully adopted abandoned animals
with the help from Petfinder.my. Remember guys, adopting
is always better than buying!
As you guys are aware about the animal cruelty in Pulau
Ketam, Petster Magazine is really disappointed about the
way the dogs were treated. I believe every animal lover now
would have the thoughts of rescuing those abandoned dogs
but sometimes it is better to leave the job to those who are
more experienced, right? No point creating for problems for
them if anything would possibly happen to you guys. After
a few discussions with the authorities, Petster Magazine has
decided to do our part as well. We’d printed 100 T-Shirts
labelled above and these T-shirts are to be exchanged with
just a packet of dog food. No cash donations, and these
accumulated dog food packets will then be transferred to
the authorities for the poor dogs out there.
For more information about this good deed, feel free to
email me at [email protected] ok?
We really need your support to overcome animal cruelty!
PETS4LIFE! - William Tan, Managing Editor
This publication is not advice on your pet. It is intended to inform and illustrate. No reader
should act on the basis of any matter contained in this publication without first seeking
appropriate professional advice that takes into account their own particular circumstances. The
publishers and editors give no representation and make no warranties, express or implied, with
respect to the accuracy, completeness, currency or reliability of any of the material contained
in this publication. The publishers and editors expressly disclaim all responsibility for any errors
in or omissions from the information contained in this publication, including all liability for
any loss or damage suffered or incurred by any person or animal as a result of or arising out
of that person placing any reliance, whether whole or partial, upon the whole or any part of
the contents of this publication. No correspondence will be entered into in relation to this
publication by the publishers, editors or authors. The publishers do not endorse any company,
organisation, person, strategy or technique mentioned in this publication unless expressly stated
otherwise. The publishers do not endorse any advertisements or special advertising features
in this publication, nor does the publisher endorse any advertiser(s) or
their products / services unless expressly states to the contrary. Articles
are published in reliance upon the representations and warranties of the
authors of the articles and without our knowledge of any infringement
of any third party copyright. The publishers and editors do not authorise,
sanction, approve or countenance any copyright infringement.
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[email protected]
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PETSTER INC
Content
features
BITES & SNACKS ------------------------------------------ 10
Animal news from around town!
CREATURE FEATURE ----------------------------------- 18
Better adopt than buy!
ASK OUR VET ---------------------------------------------- 26
Stumped on what’s wrong with your furry/finned/feathered friend?
We might help ...
PET SHOPPERS -------------------------------------------- 27
Pet products from all over. Pets need toys too, you know!
regular roams
THE DOG’s BLOG --------------------------------------- 30
If you think you’re a dog-guru, then did you know these 30 facts?
CHIT CHAT CAT ------------------------------------------ 44
FANCY FEAST® Dry Cat Food makes cats purr with contentment.
OUR FURRY FRIENDS --------------------------------- 46
How to start training your beloved sugar-glider?
TANK RESIDENTS --------------------------------------- 48
Sometimes starfishes are better than just watching the Star Trek.
BIRDIE TALK ------------------------------------------------ 53
How to solve bird pest problems?
where to look
PET SEARCH ------------------------------------------------ 54
Animals looking for new homes ... 09
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Bites & Snacks
H.O.M.E Carnival organized in conjunction
with Petster Magazine’s 1st anniversary!
Summit, USJ – Project H.O.M.E, a voluntary service project, by 4th semester
Diploma in Communication students, has finally reached its finale. H.O.M.E
Carnival organized in conjunction with Petster Magazine’s 1st anniversary was
a one day carnival event and the aim of the carnival was to create awareness on
cruelty against animals as well as to provide homes for the abandoned animals in
SPCA and MDDB.
H.O.M.E Carnival, which was sponsored by
Petster Magazine and Samsung, was held at
The Summit, USJ outside the main entrance
on Sunday, 5th April 2009 from 10am to 4pm.
The SPCA (Society Prevention for Cruelty to
Animals), MDDB (Malaysian Dogs Deserve
Better) and Pets Icon (Animal Groomer) were
among participants involved in H.O.M.E
Carnival. As part of Communication Project
Management subject assignment, Project
H.O.M.E’s objectives were to provide voluntary
service and help to collect old newspapers,
used hand towels for SPCA, spread awareness
against animal cruelty, educate pet owners
on proper means to care for pets and to find
homes for pets in SPCA and PAWS. During
H.O.M.E Carnival, different activities were held
such as celebrities performances and “Grab
RM1,399 in 60 seconds” pet talent competition.
Celebrities were also there with us to combat
animal cruelty by doing stage performances
and giving speeches.
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The celebrities who were at H.O.M.E Carnival
are Manhand (local Chinese celebrity band),
Crossfire (local Chinese celebrity band), Prem
from Fly.fm and Roshan from Mix.fm. Manhand
and Crossfire did stage performances
by singing three song each. DJ Point of
Manhand brought along his own cat, Catrina
to the event and enjoyed a free grooming.
Crossfire members showed much support by
introducing themselves as different dog breed,
namely Elwy the lead vocal as Chihuahua, Kit
the drummer as Daschund as well as Jim the
guitarist as Rottweiler. Both bands confessed
to their love for pets and spoke of their own
pets. As for Prem and Roshan, they both gave
2009 at 12:30pm to 4pm. As for the last road
show, it was held at AmCorp Mall, targeting the
general public on the 22nd March 2009, Sunday,
started at 11am to 4pm. Despite only providing
voluntary service to SPCA, Project H.O.M.E had
also managed to raise approximately RM5,000 by
selling SPCA merchandises as well as collecting
donations.
speeches about combating animal cruelty and
a dedication to the homeless animals in SPCA
and MDDB. They were quoted saying that
Project H.O.M.E was a really worthy and good
cause and showed their support for it out loud.
The lucky winner of the day, Lee Kien Fook with
his beloved pet, Kenji walked away with a 14
megapixel camera sponsored by Samsung in a
pet talent competition namely “Grab RM1,399 in
60 seconds”.
Project H.O.M.E had also organized a Charity
Futsal Tournament, three road shows and did
various voluntary services for SPCA before
reaching to its finale, H.O.M.E Carnival. Charity
Futsal Tournament was held on 7th of March
2009 in Sports Planet, Subang Grand. A sum of
RM 883 was made as profit to be kept for Project
H.O.M.E funding. As for the three road shows, it
was held separately in Taylor’s College Petaling
Jaya and Taylor’s University College (SS15)
targeting the college students on the 11th March
2009 at 12:30pm to 2pm and on the 12th March
The aim of the SPCA is to protect defenseless
animals and to put a stop to their suffering.
Established in 1958, the SPCA provides temporary
shelter to unwanted animals in Selangor and
the Federal Territory. These include mainly cats,
dogs, rabbits, hamsters, and guinea pigs, which
are usually unwanted by their owners. From
here, we try to re-home as many as possible but
with more than 1,100 animals arriving every
month (reaching some 13,000 annually) the
shelter is constantly challenged by a shortage of
space and limited funds. For further information
about Project H.O.M.E, log onto our blog website
at
http://projecthomeblog.blogspot.com/
or you may also contact our media relations
department leader, Ko Hyang Shian (Julius)
Phone: 017-3697955
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Bites & Snacks
PetFinder.my’s 1st Anniversary Celebration
1,200 - That is the magic number of adoptions achieved by PetFinder.my at its 1st
Anniversary on April 18th, 2009. It was an extremely fruitful year for this online
community of animal lovers, and they have certainly gone a long way towards
helping the homeless animals across the nation.
To celebrate this joyous occasion and establish a more solid
relationship among its members, PetFinder.my has hosted
its 1st Anniversary Dinner at the prestigious Tropicana Golf &
Country Resort, Selangor. The magnificent ballroom bathed
in a rich golden aura, with romantic saxophone melodies
conjuring up a soothing ambience. Over 80 animal lovers
were present, including guests from SPCA and PAWS.
The event kicked off at 7pm with welcome speeches
delivered by Ezer Ratchaga and Andy Koh, the founders of
PetFinder.my. Ezer, serving as emcee of the night, explained
on PetFinder.my’s inception, its missions and visions; while
Andy provided an account of PetFinder.my’s achievements
to date and thanked the community for their efforts in
making this service a success. Awards were then given out
in appreciation of members that have provided significant
contributions to PetFinder.my.
The party atmosphere began building up as Andy and his
friend Michael Tsan performed PetFinder’s theme song,
Party Time to a cheering and dancing crowd. This song
was composed by Andy to commemorate PetFinder’s
anniversary, dedicated to the homeless animals and tireless
rescuers.
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Dinner was served thereafter, with a sumptuous buffet of Continental
dishes. The ballroom was filled with laughter as people went tablehopping to meet the friends that they have so often corresponded
with online, but never before in person. Trigger-happy attendees
busied themselves snapping photos and recording videos.
The Rhumba rhythm of Michael Buble’s Sway set off the night’s first
game – Musical Chairs, with an aim of letting the attendees relive
their fun childhood memories. Participants were seen squeezing,
screaming, hopping and laughing their ways through as chairs
were reduced from the initial 50 down to the final one. The second
game, Balloon Mania, saw participants execute 5 dizzying spins
before staggering off to collect their balloons, blew them up and
burst them on the chairs with their bums. Both teams were evenly
matched and a hard battle was fought right up to the last balloon.
Ezer hosted the final game, a trivia quiz of 20 questions ranging from
pets to science, with each correct answer winning the participant an
attractive prize.
A Lucky Draw signified the finale of the night, with 5 lucky attendees
receiving crystal bracelets, pet products, hamper and vouchers
donated by generous sponsors. The exhausted but satisfied crowd
posed for a group photo before calling it a day. No one left emptyhanded though, as each attendee received a beautiful PetFinder
mug as a door gift.
“We certainly hope that we have given everyone some wonderful
memories to cherish, and a renewed enthusiasm to continue this
tough but deeply satisfying journey of helping the animals,” Andy
and Ezer grinned.
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Bites & Snacks
Help Save Turtles with Just One Signature
Petaling Jaya, 21st April 2009 – WWF-Malaysia today launched the “Egg=Life”
campaign aimed at improving the protection of marine turtles in Malaysia.
The campaign, which will run from Earth Day 22nd April
to 30th September 2009, targets to gain pledges from
40,000 members of the public. People who sign up in
support of WWF-Malaysia’s “Egg=Life” campaign will
pledge to: support laws that will ban the sale and
consumption of all turtle eggs throughout Malaysia,
support the call for comprehensive and holistic
Federal legislation to conserve marine turtles
& never consume turtle eggs, or trade in turtles
or their parts. Anyone can sign up to support the
campaign and help our marine turtles at wwf.org.my.
Organisations and colleges that would like to undertake
signature drives in support of the campaign can contact
WWF-Malaysia for educational materials and postagepaid hardcopy sign-up forms. At today’s launch, WWFMalaysia Executive Director/CEO Dato’ Dr Dionysius
Sharma said, “Turtles play a critical role in keeping
marine ecosystems healthy; the same ecosystems which
sustain our fisheries and tourism industries that provide
food and livelihoods for millions of people. Marine
turtles are threatened with extinction due to various
factors, including: the practice of consuming turtle eggs,
becoming accidentally caught in fishing gear, poorly
planned coastal development, marine and nesting
beach pollution as well as illegal trade of turtles and
their parts.” He explained that leatherback turtles have
already been declared functionally extinct in Malaysia.
In the 1950s, there were 10,000 leatherback nests in
Rantau Abang each year; now there are less than 10.
Moreover, turtle protection laws are inadequate. Current
Federal law on turtles are limited. Under the Federal
Constitution, it is the states that have the authority to
make laws on turtles. State laws vary from state to state
and are simply inadequate.
Dato’ Dr Dionysius Sharma appealed to the public and
said,“Comprehensive and holistic Federal laws, additional
resources and heightened enforcement are needed to
effectively protect our turtles. Each signature in support
of WWF-Malaysia’s “Egg=Life” campaign will lend
weight to efforts aimed at improving turtle protection
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legislation in Malaysia, and I hope that everyone will log
on to wwf.org.my and help save turtles with just one
signature.” In Peninsular Malaysia, WWF-Malaysia works
with partners including the Department of Fisheries
Malaysia to conserve turtles at key nesting rookeries
including Kem Terendak, Pulau Upeh and Padang
Kemunting beaches in Melaka as well as Ma’Daerah and
Setiu beaches in Terengganu. Melaka’s beaches are home
to the peninsula’s largest population of hawksbill turtles
– with 20 to 30% of the state’s total nestings occurring on
the 120 meter strip of beach in Pulau Upeh, the densest
nesting beach in Melaka – while a significant population
of green turtles nests on Terengganu’s beaches. These
nesting beaches must be protected from pollution and
development because they are critical to the survival of
our marine turtles.
WWF-Malaysia (World Wide Fund for Nature-Malaysia),
the national conservation trust, currently runs more than
75 projects covering a diverse range of environmental
protection work. Since 1972, WWF-Malaysia has worked
on important conservation projects, from saving
endangered species such as tigers and turtles, to
protecting our highland forests, rivers and seas. We thank
our supporters whose donations are our lifeblood. If you
would like to donate to WWF-Malaysia or learn more
about our projects, please call: +603-78033772 or visit
our website at: wwf.org.my. For media queries, please
contact Suba, Media & Public Affairs Senior Executive, at
tel: +603-78033772 ext 6306 or e-mail: [email protected]
my. For conservation information, please contact Jennifer
Neoh Tan, Communications Officer, Peninsular Malaysia
Seas Programme. Tel: +603 7803 3772 ext 6433, Email:
[email protected]
Creature FEATURE
Pets that are for adoption are often not in the
limelight ... but, Petfinder.my gave them hope ...
For this month’s publication, Petster Magazine interviewed 2 pet lovers who found
their lifetime partners with the help from petfinder.my! It’s good to see that these
lucky furries got adopted by such caring new owners.
Daniya Subramaniam
PetFinder Profile: http://www.petfinder.my/
members/daniyamagic/
1) What made you decide to adopt animals instead
of buying them?
The rate of re-production. If everyone were to buy
dogs/cats, then there will be too many orphan dogs/
cats around, and eventually they will put to sleep. It is
very cruel the way animals are bred I’ve seen one big
one myself, but my mouth was made to shut. There’s
no animal protection in this country. When the buying
stops, the breeding will too!
2) How did you hear of PetFinder.my, and what do
you think of the service?
I found when I was in need of adopting a pet, eventually
got hooked on to it. Hey, I don’t even have a facebook
account, but I’m addicted to petfinder.my! Service
provided is awesome. It helps a lot especially in the lost
& found section. I check it out everyday, hoping that I
would be able to make someone’s day!
3) What made you decide on adopting that particular
pet(s) a PetFinder.my?
Well, I didn’t adopt one from petfinder.my but helped a
friend to get one recently. It is easy to find a pet that you
want in petfinder.my, very user-friendly and it is fast and
easy to access. I see a huge participation and I know I
can find one that I like here.
4) What was the process you went through to meet
the owner/rescuer and adopt the pet(s)?
Very simple, made a call, fixed an appointment, then
my friend went to view, paid on the same day for the
adoption fees and brought him back.
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5) Please tell us more about your adopted pets, and how you take care of them.
What I see, even from my past experience, adopted pets seem to be more grateful towards the
owner. Feeding and spending lots of time with them is very important. For those intending to
adopt, please do not adopt unless you are committed of spending at least 5 hours after work with
them.
6) Can you explain the importance of these pets in your life, and how they are equally
adorable even if they are not pedigrees?
Animals are animals, whether pedigrees or not. Even when I feed the stray cat backdoor, it gives a
wonderful feeling. I think that humans need a pet more than the pet needs you. Pets show you the
true meaning of life, helping others, sigh...it’s just great.
7) Do you plan to adopt any further pets in the future?
Temporary fostering maybe but not for self-adoption. I don’t think I have the financial capability
anymore. I do not like to feed just anything for my pets, I make sure that they get the best out of
me, even when it comes to their toys.
8) What advice and suggestions do you have for the readers?
Please do not support breeding. And if you have pets, it’s good to neuter them when they’re still
young. And, please spend good time and take good care of the pets you have. Read a lot about
them, and understand them better. Trust me, it will make a wonderful experience. Animals are just
like us, treat them the way you want to be treated.
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Creature FEATURE
Raja Nor Baizura
PetFinder
Profile:
http://www.petfinder.my/
members/rajanorbaizuragmailcom/
1) What made you decide to adopt animals instead
of buying them?
ANIMALS ARE NOT FOR US TO SELL OR BUY. BEFORE
THIS, I WAS STAYING WITH MY PARENTS, WE HAD 20
CATS WHICH WE FOUND EVERYWHERE. I’M SINCERE
TO ADOPT THEM RATHER THAN JUST BUY THEM NOT
BECAUSE I DON’T HAVE THE MONEY BUT BECAUSE I
LOVE ANIMALS ESPECIALLY ALL MY CATS.
2) How did you hear of PetFinder.my, and what do
you think of the service?
I WENT THROUGH THE INTERNET AND AT THAT TIME
I REALLY NEEDED TO ADOPT A CAT, PLUS THE SERVICE
PROVIDED WAS VERY GOOD. 5 STARS!
3) What made you decide on adopting that particular
pet(s) at PetFinder?
BECAUSE I AM A WORKING WOMAN, IT’S EASIER TO
SEARCH IN THE NET. I CAN CALL THE OWNER AND MAKE
APPOINTMENTS! AND PETFINDER.MY PROVIDED ME A
LOT OF INFORMATION THAT I NEEDED.
4) What was the process you went through to meet
the owner/rescuer and adopt the pet(s)?
FOR MY KITTEN THAT I ADOPTED FROM PETFINDER.MY,
I CALLED THE OWNER AND THEY ASKED ME TO COME
TO THEIR HOUSE TO SEE THE KITTEN. I REALLY LIKED IT.
THEY ASKED ME WHETHER I HAD ANY CATS BEFORE.
WHEN I TOLD THEM ‘BOUT MY 20 CATS, THEY ALLOWED
ME TO TAKE THE KITTEN.
5) Please tell us more about your adopted pets, and
how you take care of them.
EVERY SATURDAY OR SUNDAY I WILL BATH HIM. THEN,
I’LL APPLY CARRIER JUNIOR POWDER. I WILL MAKE
SURE HE EATS WELL AND PROVIDE THE SUITABLE FOOD
FOR HIM. I WILL ALSO CLEAN IT HIS EARS. HE IS FULLY
TRAINED. HE’S VERY CLEVER AND TOILET-TRAINED. I
WON’T LET HIM GO OUT WITHOUT ME. AND I DON’T
SIMPLY PUT HIM FOR BOARDING AT ANY PLACE WHO I
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AM NOT FAMILIAR WITH.
6) Can you explain the importance of these pets in your
life, and how they are equally adorable even if they are not
pedigrees?
I AM STAYING ALONE. AND I STARTED ADOPTED CATS SINCE I WAS
A KID. SO, MY KITTENS ARE MY BABIES, MY SONS, AND MY TRULY
FRIENDS. I DON’T KNOW HOW TO EXPRESS WITH WORDS BUT MY
KITTENS ARE SO ADORABLE.
7) Do you plan to adopt any further pets in the future?
YES.
8) What advice and suggestions do you have for the readers?
TO THOSE WHO WANTS TO ADOPT ANY ANIMALS, PLEASEEE...
LOVE THEM AND TAKE CARE OF THEM LIKE YOUR OWN BABIES.
DON’T JUST BECAUSE YOU LIKE THEM, YOU ADOPT THEM AND
END UP NOT KNOWING HOW TO CARE FRO THEM. AT THE END
OF THE DAY, YOU WILL JUST THROW THEM AWAY. IN MY OPINION,
BEFORE YOU ADOPT, MAKE SURE YOU ASK YOURSELF FIRST, ‘DO
YOU KNOW HOW TO TAKE CARE THEM?’, ‘WHAT FOOD SHOULD
YOU GIVE?’, ‘WHEN IS THE TIME YOU MUST TO BRING THEM TO THE
CLINIC?’ ... SO, THINK BEFORE YOU ADOPT. THINK!!! THAT’S THE
BEST SUGGESTION.
Those who made it happened, Petster Magazine, Petfinder.my & of course, pet lovers!
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Ask Our Vet
Question: Can cats drink milk?
Answer: Yes, it is OK to give milk to your cats - but
only as a treat. They CANNOT survive on milk
alone, they need to have water available. If they
do not have water, they will dehydrate. Milk can
sometimes cause diarrhea in adult cats - if that
happens to your cat, then stop giving it any. But
it’s not going to cause any serious problems if you
give your cat milk once in awhile, and most cats
really like it. I’d be leery of giving the cat anything
fancy though. Chocolate milk, for example, might
be a bad idea. I’ve given my cats ice cream (not
much, I just let them lick the bottom of the bowl
after I’m done). They like it and haven’t had any
problems.
will be possessive of them and often growl or get
angry if you try to take them away.
3) Bones can lead to levels of calcium and
phosphorous in the dog’s body that are unhealthy.
It is possible for them to be too high, and if they
are it will keep the dog from absorbing other
nutrients it needs.
There is a very detailed discussion about this
by several different vets here, including people
who have experience with wolves. Some think
it is perfectly fine - but only with certain kinds
of bones. Others do not think it is a good idea.
I would err on the safe side, because there is no
reason your dog needs a bone as opposed to
other chew toys of some kind.
Question: Why do dogs wag their
tails?
Question: Can I feed a bone to
my dog?
Answer: That is not really a good idea. If you want
to give your dog a bone of some kind, I would go
with a rawhide “bone” - they’re good for the dog
to chew on and they aren’t made of anything that
can hurt them. Why shouldn’t you give bones to
your dog?
1) They can splinter and injure the dog. Small
bones like chicken bones tend to do this most,
but even a bigger bone can break apart when the
dog chews on it. The dog can choke on the little
pieces, or it can swallow then and get injured as
sharp edges poke into the insides of the dog.
2) Dogs can get very aggressive with them. They
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Answer: Most of the time, it’s because they are
happy or excited. This has been the traditional
answer, but it is not correct in all situations. Tailwagging is a form of communication by the dog:
it is broadcasting its emotions. In the wild, this
would be to other dogs, because dogs are social
animals and communicate through expression
and posture more than through vocalization.
In the wild, it happens for several reasons. The
biggest one is submission: dogs wag their tails
to other dogs that are higher up in the canine
social structure. Generally, submissive dogs will
have their tail wagging and positioned down
low, nearly tucked into their legs. However, this
isn’t always the case. Dogs sometimes wag their
tails when angry, too. Usually it looks a little
different - it will be wagging more at the tip, and
it will be held higher in the air. It shouldn’t be
hard to mistake the two - don’t look at the tail,
and instead look to whether the dog is baring its
teeth, barking, or generally acting aggressively.
Don’t take it to be friendly or playful just because
the tail is wagging. Also, different breeds wag
differently. Some don’t wag their tails very much
at all. Others don’t really have much tail to wag.
Generally, however, they all do it for the same
reason.
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The Dog’s Blog
The House Of Groomers Academy
Succeed with House of Groomers Academy!
The House Of Groomers Academy practices a global approach to learning, as love of dogs and
appreciation for the beauty of your pet are not limited to any race, culture or creed: they are truly
international, and transcend all boundaries and continents. Because of this, the House Of Groomers
Academy dedicates itself to the advancement of dog grooming in terms of expertise and to the
concept that each and every graduate must perform with high level of proficiency, discipline,
compassion, respect, kindness and in the most professional and skillful manner possible.
Long time pioneers in professional dog grooming schools, the House of Groomers Academy
created a series of hands-on programs and courses for the training of pet care professionals,
dog lovers and aspiring pet professionals seeking further training in a world of information
and specialised expertise. Mr. Gan Wee Yet and Ms Annie Goh began developing the House Of
Groomers Academy’s curriculum for the education of pet care professionals since 1999 when they
saw the need for improve and standardization practices of these professionals, so that our pets
would receive the finest and most compassionate care possible. Now, the House Of Groomers
Academy is internationally recognized for its leadership and innovation, and its International
Exchange Program, affiliations with other organizations and individuals around the world,
have truly internationalized the pet care professions in Malaysia. As a graduate of the House Of
Groomers Academy, one of the premier professional dog grooming schools in the world, you will
be trained for a career in one of the fastest growing industries in the country today.
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Here are some of the House Of Groomers Academy graduates who have successfully
embark in this career, Ms Chong Suvia at House Of Groomers Sri Hartamas, Ms Rachel
Yeoh at Puppy Cottage Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kelly Yip at IPet, Aman Suria, Joey Ng at Pets
Village, Seremban, Phui Kei and Jo Makin at Diva Pets, Putra Heights, Valerie Khoo at Pets
Icon, Ara Damansara. As the soprano great Maria Callas quotes, “The difference between
good teachers and great teachers, good teachers make the best of a pupil’s means, great
teachers foresee a pupil’s ends”.
Chong Su Via (2006 Graduate) House Of Groomers, Sri Hartamas
Rachel Yeoh (2007 Graduate) Puppy Cottage, Tmn.
Tun Dr. Ismail
Jo Makin & Phui Kei (2008 Graduate) Diva Pets, Putra Heights
Valerie Khoo (2007 Graduate) Pets Icon, Ara Damansara
Kelly Yip (2007 Graduate) Ipet, Aman Suria
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The Dog’s Blog
Did you know?
Here are 30 facts about dogs that will keep you surprised ...
1) It is a myth that dogs are color blind. They can actually see in color, just not as vividly as humans.
It is akin to our vision at dusk.
2) Dogs DO have better low-light vision than humans because of a special light-reflecting layer
behind their retinas.
3) A German Shepherd guide dog led her blind companion the entire 2100 mile Applachian Trail.
4) If never spayed or neutered, a female dog, her mate, and their puppies could product over
66,000 dogs in 6 years!
5) Dogs’ only sweat glands are between their paw pads.
6) Like human babies, Chihuahuas are born with a soft spot in their skull which closes with age.
7) The breed Lundehune has 6 toes and can close its ears.
8) Teddy Roosevelt’s dog, Pete, ripped a French ambassadorís pants off at the White House.
9) President Lyndon Johnson had two beagles named Him and Her.
10) Franklin Roosevelt spent $15,000 for a destroyer to pick up his Scottie in the Aleutian Islands.
11) In Roman times, mastiffs donned light armor and were sent after mounted knights.
12) The Russians trained dogs during WWII to run suicide missions with mines strapped to their
backs.
13) A dog’s mouth exerts 150-200 pounds of pressure per square inch.
14) A one year old dog is as mature, physically, as a 15 year old human.
15) The U.S. has the highest dog population in the world.
16)The average city dog lives 3 years longer than a country dog.
17) 87% of dog owners say their dog curls up beside them or at their feet while they watch T.V.
18) Dogs can be trained to detect epileptic seizures.
19) 15 people die in the U.S. every year from dog bites.
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20) In 2002 alone, more people in the U.S. were killed by dogs than by sharks in the past 100
years.
21) Gidget is the name of the Taco Bell dog.
22) Newfoundlands are great swimmers because of their webbed feet.
23) Basset Hounds cannot swim.
24) Greyhounds are the fastest dogs on earth, with speeds of up to 45 miles per hour.
25) Bingo is the name of the dog on the side of the Cracker Jack box.
26) The bible mentions dogs 14 times.
27) Three dogs survived the sinking of the Titanic - a Newfoundland, a Pomeranian, and a
Pekingese.
28) The Labrador Retriever is the #1 favorite breed in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.
29) Obesity is the #1 health problem among dogs.
30) An estimated 1,000,000 dogs in the U.S. have been named as the primary beneficiaries in their
owner’s will.
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The Dog’s Blog
Leading the trend
Why choose i-Pet’s products?
Remember those old days when your parents have a dog as a pet? Simple, as long
as they provide the dog with good food and of course, love - everyone’s happy. But
now, the industry has changed, companies like Versio Venture made the experience of
having pets more interesting. Versio Venture’s strong brand, i-Pet, offers new variety
of products such as pet clothing, accessories and many more every month. Besides
that, their products are good in quality and most importantly, affordable! You won’t be
labelled as a hardcore pet lover without these, right? Yes, that’s the trend now and it
looks like i-Pet’s range of products will help pet owners like you to lead the trend.
Just in these few years, Versio Venture’s business has grown rapidly and internationally.
Their products now are popular among pet lovers in South East Asia such as Singapore
and Indonesia. Of course, Venture Versio hopes that many more pet shops to sell their
products to pet lovers who would not have the chance to obtain them. This is not just
business, but also being part of the family, network of hardcore pet lovers!
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ChitChat Cat
FANCY FEAST® Dry Cat Food makes
cats purr with contentment
Kuala Lumpur, 6 May 2009 – Gourmet food took on a whole new dimension today,
with the launch of a premium line of cat food that would undoubtedly tempt the tastebuds of the most discerning felines - FANCY FEAST® Dry Cat Food by Purina PetCare
(Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. (PURINA).
FANCY FEAST® - which is appropriately dubbed ‘a heavenly
delicious feline cuisine’ - is based on a recipe concocted
in the US, and promises felines an exquisite dining
experience. As the leading expert in gourmet cuisine for
cats, FANCY FEAST® has titillated the taste buds of many
cats across the world; pleasing their owners in the process.
The launch in Malaysia, which was graced by Dayang Nur
Camelia and celebrity cat owners such as Sharizan Borhan,
Aishah Sinclair, Sazzy Falak and Jonathan Cheng, was a
‘purring’ success.
“Cat owners are very passionate about their felines, and
many refer to them affectionately as their offspring. They
care deeply for their cats’ general well being, health and
state of emotion, just like how they would care for a child
and seek the best for their cats,” Tim Wilson, Country
Business Manager of Purina PetCare (Malaysia), also
an ardent pet lover, said during the launch of the new
gourmet range.
“FANCY FEAST® represents a whole new dimension to cat
food, as the range is indulgent and truly exceptional in
taste and quality. Each meal is prepared with great care
and passion. FANCY FEAST® knows how to satisfy every
feline’s most sophisticated taste and is truly a culinary
work of art,” he added.
First introduced as a single-serve gourmet entrée (canned
form), FANCY FEAST® ROYALE has kept many cats purring
in contentment after every meals. Today, FANCY FEAST®
has expanded its exclusive gourmet menu to include
FANCY FEAST® Dry Cat Food.
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This newest addition to the premium food line encapsulates the most
delectable of taste and aroma. FANCY FEAST® combines all the nutrition cats
require with a new refined flavour. The savoury morsels are lightly cooked and
basted to a delicately crunchy finish for a memorable gourmet experience for
felines.
This was appropriately summarised by Wilson, who wound up his speech by
adding: “In PURINA, we are dedicated to give you and your cats the best we
can, because Your Pet is Our Passion.”
FANCY FEAST® Dry Cat Food is now available in three (3) flavours – Ocean
Platter (Tuna, Prawn, Mackerel and Crab), Roasted Selection (Beef and Cheese)
and Savoury Choice (Turkey and Vegetables).
Priced at RM11.90 for a 450g pack, the irresistible indulgence of superior taste
for your cats is now available, for the first time, at all leading supermarkets and
hypermarkets (in addition to the pet specialty stores). To tantalise your pet’s
taste buds with the finest in feline cuisine, visit www.fancyfeast.com.my today
for your sample pack.
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Our Furry Friends
How to train your sugar glider?
The key to training a sugar glider is to start young. A baby sugar glider is an open
heart just looking for someone to love. ( source : www.petplace.com )
“Assuming you’re starting with a youngster, I recommend you get them when you have two or
three days off from work,” suggests Sharon Massena, a breeder and owner of Massena’s Menagerie
in Auburn, Wash. “Just hold him cupped in your hands as much as possible for the first 48 hours.
After that, he’ll be pretty well in tune with you and won’t be afraid of you.”
Some glider breeders recommend new glider owners carry their animal around with them on their
body, tucked into a shirt, for the first couple of days. (Hint to all who try this: Wear an undershirt.
Glider claws can be murder on human skin.)
In fact, you’ll become your sugar glider’s favorite “tree,” a tall, comfy, secure place to run to when
the rest of the world looks frightening, Massena says.
Be Consistent and Positive
Gliders have cat-like personalities. They do what they want to do, and pretend not to hear you
if you want them to do something they’re not interested in doing. But with consistent effort,
your glider can learn to come when you call him. This is a good trick to know if you take your pet
outside and he accidentally scampers away.
The best way to establish a trusting bond with a glider is through positive reinforcement. The
animals do not react well to harsh discipline. Never attempt to hit or flick them with your finger.
They are small and delicate, and you could hurt them without realizing it.
Better still, keep watch on your glider and reward good behavior with a treat. “They will work
for rewards,” Massena says. Some favorites are nuts, especially slivered almonds, raisins, cereal
– finger foods you might give a toddler. “They can eat nearly anything,” Massena says. “My gliders
like whole grain rice and scrambled eggs.’’ Just use common sense to avoid feeding it heavy or
sugar-laden foods that aren’t good for humans either.
House-Training
House-training typically takes very little time, Massena says. Gliders typically are ready for a potty
stop within the first couple of minutes of waking up, then they’re good for several hours. Make
sure they’re in their cage, over an appropriate corner or box, when nature calls.
Since sugar gliders are noctural by nature, they spend most of the day asleep and don’t really
become active until after dark. “Lots of people carry them to work in their pockets all day, then
they come to life at night,” Massena says. “Of course, I don’t recommend that you take them into
restaurants.” She knows one glider who, whenever a sack of fast food is brought into the car, dives
head first into the sack. “He loves French fries,” she says.
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Tank Residents
Keeping starfish as your favorite
partner?
Starfish - Sea Stars
Sea Stars are commonly referred to as Starfish, but they actually are not fish at all but echinoderms.
Starfish characteristically have five arms extending from a central disk like a star, hence the
common name Starfish or sea stars. Represented by over 2,500 species, families of importance
to the aquarium include the Oreasteridae, Himerometridae, Ophidiateridae, and Ophiomyxidae.
Found in all oceans, they prefer rocky crevasses and sandy regions in reefs. Most are found in
inter-tidal zones, but a few are found in deep water. Most prefer to live singly, though they will
congregate for sexual reproduction. They are rarely bred in the home aquarium.
Perhaps the most intriguing feature of the Starfish is their ability to regenerate lost arms. Under
ideal conditions, the lost arms will turn into a complete Starfish. Each arm of a sea star has
two rows of “feet” called podia that are used for attachment, locomotion, and respiration (gas
exchange). Many have an additional sucker attachment at the end of each arm. Movement is
achieved by a hydraulic system of water-filled channels. Serpent Starfish use their arms to push
and pull themselves along the substrate and rocks.
It is important to keep Starfish under water during acclimation and placement in the aquarium.
Serpent and Brittle Starfish are popular additions to reef aquariums that contain live sand as they
constantly stir the sand bed and provide oxygen to the beneficial bacteria living in the sand.
The mouth and stomach is located on the underside of the animal in the central disc. Before food
is absorbed, the stomach is often pushed out of the body and placed over the food to digest
it. Smaller Starfish eat the microalgae found on rocks and algae mats; larger ones will eat other
Starfish, Urchins, Clams, and other bi-valves, and some Anemones. In the aquarium, they can be
fed small pieces of fish, placing the food near or even under the Starfish.
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Birdie Talk
The Trouble With Pest Birds
Avian Visitors Sometimes Become Problem Birds.
Many people love birds and know that they’re important in the ecosystem, but sometimes birds
come into conflict with humans, becoming bird pests. Today, many of the world’s birds are in
decline, suffering the effects of habitat loss, pesticide poisoning, overhunting, competition for
food supplies, lethal obstacles such as cell phone towers and tall buildings appearing in the skies,
and many other threats. Some birds, however, have adapted quite well to growing cities and
swelling human populations. These birds have healthy populations too, and all too often they
create problems with their foraging, roosting, and nesting habits. Bird control and the creation of
bird control products is a growing industry.
What are the issues with pest birds?
1. Birds can create problems for people in many ways, including:
2. Bird roosts in human communities cause annoying noise levels, quantities of offensive bird droppings,
odor problems, and a risk of disease.
Birds’ nests plug rain gutters and vents, damage machinery, and create a fire hazard in electrical fixtures.
3. Occupied nests of protected species such as swallows and birds of prey often prevent scheduled
maintenance of buildings and other structures, and delay construction projects.
4. Bird droppings can discolor paint, erode concrete, corrode materials such as copper and steel, and damage
plastics.
5. Bird droppings can contaminate packaged foods and water supplies.
6. Bird droppings sometimes contain organisms that are hazardous to human health, such as the fungal
spores of histoplasma.
7. Ectoparasites such as mites and ticks can transfer to humans, causing irritation and spreading diseases
such as Lyme disease.
8. Birds can carry diseases such as avian influenza and West Nile virus that can cause serious disease in
humans.
9. Birds on airport runways, or flying in the path of aircraft create serious safety issues for aviation.
10. Birds eat grain and fruit crops intended for human and livestock consumption.
11.Unwanted bird species sometimes monopolize garden feeders, keeping more desirable species away, or
consuming all the food.
12. Introduced bird species, such as European Starlings in North America, compete with native species for
limited nesting sites.
13. Territorial birds, such as geese and wild turkeys can become aggressive toward people and sometimes
cause significant injury.
Bird controls can help get rid of pest birds.
Many types of bird controls have been developed for dealing with bird problems. Some, such as
poisons and fire bombs involve lethal control; however, most people favor methods that exclude
or discourage pest birds over killing them. Screens can keep them from nesting and perching;
spikes deter them as well; noise makers and devices that deliver a mild electrical shock can stop
birds from making themselves at home. Systems of bird birth control are also becoming more
common.
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(California School of Dog Grooming) USA
Pet Aromatherapy & Pet Massage
(International College of Pet Careers) USA
Certified as Master Groomer from:
National Dog Grooming Association of America
Professional Creative Dog Colouring
(Starwood Arts of Dog Grooming School) Thailand
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Student Exchange Program:
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Singapore
China
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141-G Jalan PJU 1A/41B Pusat Dagangan NZX,
Ara Jaya PJU 1A, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel : 03-78850939
For more information, please call 016-4322623, 012-4081378, 012-7213591