Have you been on the hunt for fun ways to spend some quality time with your dog in Singapore? We are an extremely dog-friendly city with loads to explore. With several open spaces, pet-centric activities, and dog-friendly establishments, we don't fall short of options!
With something to suit the tastes and preferences of every owner and dog, here are six dog-friendly activities you’re bound to love.
Location: Tanjong Beach, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098942
Tanjong Beach is an awesome place for kids and canines to get some fresh air. Frolic by the sand and surf while blowing off steam. Get some exercise in your favorite swim or gym wear by walking along the shore and cooling off with a refreshing dip in the ocean.
When you get hungry, have a picnic with your family and dog while getting in touch with nature. You’ll find scrumptious doggie treats for your four-legged friend at the Beach Club.
Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park
Location: Where: Bishan Park, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1
Dogs are big on socializing. Even though they love their time around humans, a playdate with other furry friends is also crucial for their socialization. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is a slice of heaven for your pup! With two enclosures for different-sized pooches, you can let your dog run around without a leash while playing with other dogs.
The Green Checkpoint
Location: Between Tanjong Pagar Rail Station and Woodlands Train Checkpoint.
A gorgeous stretch of green between the rail station and train checkpoint, the Green Checkpoint is the perfect training spot for your new pup. Want to teach your new dog some tricks or fancy a weekend hike? Either way, this spot is the ideal day trip for the entire family!
Location: Sunny Heights, 110 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288000
Nothing screams fun like a day at Sunny Heights, a doggie daycare along Turf Club Road. Start the morning off with a fun play session with your pooch and follow through with a grooming session! You can also buy your pup a treat at the doggie bakery after or go swimming together at Sunny Heights. Doggie daycare doesn’t get better than this.
Seletar Island Cruise
Location: Pet Cruise, contact. 9637 5009
Is your dog’s birthday coming up? Looking for innovative ways to celebrate the occasion? Kick off the celebration by setting sail for Seletar Island with a 26-foot catamaran for up to 10 passengers and their dogs! Once onboard, hold doggie party games with delicious treats as rewards.
Seletar Island Cruises keeps the safety of its passengers and their pets in mind by having life jackets for the humans and canines aboard.
Fun outdoor activities shouldn’t limit you to one-on-one time with your pet. If your dog is well socialized and enjoys human attention, sign him or her up for a voluntary session as a therapy dog at your local animal service shelter.
Therapy Dogs Singapore, in particular, encourages owners to get their dogs involved in their volunteer program to bring a smile to people who need it most.
Safety First, Then Fun
Now that you’ve got a whole new itinerary to explore, don’t forget to put safety first. Ensure your dog has its tag around its collar in case of emergencies and remember to keep the leash on except in designated areas where it’s okay to do so.
As you can see, there are lots of fun things you and your dog can do together in Singapore. Make the most of these opportunities and don’t forget to have fun.