Cookie’s Latest Diet

Whao! Has it been more than a year?! Okay, it has.

Many things has changed now since a year ago. Mainly Cookie’s diet. Due to a ‘yellow’ light in his health result during his annual check up in March 2016, and the following monthly blood test until August that shows that it’s not improving, we decided to go for raw.

Like many others, I have always thought of trying out raw. But thoughts were just thoughts. Too many things to consider, such as if I can feed a well balanced meal.

So with the big push from his health result, I decided I have to do it. Read and read, research and research, ask and ask. I had constant headache for days during that period. I was just so stressed out. Because obviously, raw diet is not just feeding raw meat.

And on 22nd August 2016, Cookie finally had his first raw meal! We switched to commercial raw such as freeze dried for breakfast and stick to diy raw for dinner because I feel commercial is well balanced such as the vitamins and supplement, and has more variety than what I could find locally. Still not as confident in the diy, worried he will be lacking on some nutrition.

We have just reached the milestone of two months in raw feeding, and it has been a really good journey so far! Cookie reacted well to the changes and love the food!

Here’s some of his meals!


If you’re interested in switching to raw, please do sufficient research and reading. And don’t be scared to ask anything around. I am thankful I have friends around that feeds raw, and are willing to guide me and share their tips with me.

You can refer to Perfectly Rawsome and Wooga Dog as they have very informative posts.

Remember, there’s never ending of learning in the diet so always keep a lookout!


Let’s hope I can be back to post again very soon!

Roboyes Cafe

On one fine weekday afternoon, we headed to Roboyes Cafe for the first time!

Lovely entrance that has some flower decorations.

Very awesome double door!

This was at another blocked off corner which I assume is for private events or customers that does not like dogs.


Cheesee Quesadilla – $9

It was pretty good, serving was quite big for one person but nobody is complaining😛

Cheeky boy checking the cafe out as we’re the only ones there for the first half visit

I also love that they have seats by the window and with the cafe being under a flat, there were quite a number of people walking pass which is what Cookie love to do. Just sitting there and looking at people walking around.

Happy boy says he will be back! Because the boss is very friendly and generous with giving him treats😛

Space: 4/5  – Very little tables which in return, has more space for the dogs. 
Cleanliness: 4/5
Price: 4/5 – Has cheaper options with decent servings compared to other dog cafes
Taste: 4/5 – Based on my order


Roboyes Cafe
Address: 34 Cassia Crescent #01-82, Singapore 390034
Tel: 6635 7923 & 9106 4700

Opening Hours:
Close on Monday except eve of PH & PH
Sun – Thu: 12 pm – 9:00 pm
Fri & Sat: 12 pm – 10:30 pm


Bone Broth

Post done in July

We’ve been seeing a few posts on Bone Broth surfacing on our Facebook timeline recently, so I went to take a look and was pretty interested in trying it out for Cookie because of the first benefit we read about. That Bone Broth is good for joints. Cookie has weak hind legs that will cause pain easily. So I was set to try it out!

I googled ‘Bone Broth For Dogs’ and clicked on the first link: < click to see the instructions and listed benefits.


After putting in the fridge to chill, it became jelly-like consistency as said by the instructions! “If it has a jelly-­like consistency when it’s cold you’ve done a good job of it!” Yay!

Here’s the types of bones we used. I didn’t know which to use initially so I stood at the chiller for a very long time, wondering which to get. In the end decided to just get all types of bones I can see.


I thought it’s  pretty legit to ‘heal legs with legs’ So chicken feet it is!

Got two of this as there wasn’t any other chicken parts I can find.

 Because the instruction said to must include joint bones. Cookie had the meat for dinner, and was so happy about it!


And the website stated to must have cartilage. So I got it from pork because I couldn’t see any from chicken meat.

Note: I’m not very sure where cartilage is supposed to be, but I googled and and assume it’s the white part of the bone like above photo. Not sure if it’s the correct part, but the broth came out successful anyway😛

I started boiling it at 2:30PM, and was concerned if the pot was big enough because the bones were a lot!

It was bloody due to the pork bones. I made sure to boil it long enough in another pot before going to the slow cooker for the future batches.


7PM, 4.5 hours later. Bones started to break apart! It’s also when I added Apple Cider Vinegar. I’m supposed to add it right at the start but I forgot about it.

Next day, 11AM after 21 hours. The broth got lesser because I took out some for Cookie’s meals😛


2:30PM, after 24 hours! Before straining the bones and oil.

I also added half clove of garlic to one pot of bone broth. As it’s my first time preparing garlic for Cookie, I didn’t dare to add too much and also, we were sharing the bone broth with his friends! For next pot, I would probably increase to 1 clove. To be safe, although the recommended portion was 1 clove a day for 20+ pounds dog. I would rather feed less than to overfeed.

I  am also planning to make it a regular supplement for Cookie by including it daily for his food intake either by giving as a freeze treat or include in his dinner. Because it’s really cheap and simple to prepare! I’ve also tried adding agar powder to make it into jelly but didn’t work very well for our first try probably because I added too little agar powder. Will try again for the next round!

8th August 2015

We’ve already done our third batch of Bone Broth today! Switched some bones since the second batch. And the broth became even more precious after almost 24 hours of boiling as it was dried up.

What’s left after taking out the bones after 24 hours.

Ready to go into the freezer for daily intake!

Happy Cookie! Awesome nutritious bone broth waiting for him!

Paris’s 2nd Birthday Party

Happy birthday to our little Paris! We were invited to her pool party yesterday at The Wagington. Other than the weather, we had a really fun time although we stayed dry😛



Look at all the awesome foods, treats and gifts the hosts prepared for the doggies!

The first to arrive! Kanon, Cookie and Lucky!

Cookie’s playmate, Cody! Also Paris’s boyfriend😛

My favorite girl, Donna from We Live In A Flat!

Amber and Tazzy! They sure had the most fun!

One of the rare times where they were more than happy to stay for photos under the shade because it was really hot! And look at Cookie still so happy with Donna sitting on him. My silly boy! He had his payback as well, resting his paws on Donna😛

Just look at that cheeky birthday girl at the back!

Group photo to end the post! Donna was getting too comfy on the sofa, we can’t see her! Opps.

Happy birthday to Paris once again! And thank you, Paris’s humans for inviting us and kudos for putting in so much effort on this party!

Doggy Day Out – Indulge at Park

On 25th July, Saturday we were invited to “Doggy Day Out” at Grand Park City Hall, Indulge at Park for a scrumptious buffet breakfast thanks to the hotel itself and the partner, Brio Pets!

There were also an agility try out from Clean Run Agility Club, booth from Action from Singapore Dogs, and DJs from Class 95FM!


Sampling for dogs! Bosch, from Germany

Goodie bags!

Look Left,

Look Right,

Still not ready…

Okay, smile!


A couple of photos when Cookie is trying out the agility course taken by We Live In A Flat! A pity we only get to try out two of them due to time constraint.


Food motivated!

We had lots of fun that day! A very nice place to be at for a weekend morning with our dogs, and enjoy breakfast! What makes it better? It’s buffet! Super awesome!

Grand Park City Hall is opening their arms to dogs from August 2015 onwards where every weekends, you can bring along your furry friends for their breakfast buffet at Indulge at Park, alfresco area.

Grand Park City Hall Hotel,dining_viewItem_182-en.html

10 Coleman St, Singapore 179809

The Cornerstone

When I took a look at The Cornerstone’s Menu, I realised they have vegetarian options and has no onion and garlic dishes too! Immediately brought the vegetarian mother out with Cookie for a meal! What’s better than being able to dine at a place that allow dogs, and has vegetarian dishes too?



Pulled Pork Sandwich – $17

Vegetarian Mushroom Sandwich  $18

The dog friendly corner:


Unfortunately, their type of vegetarian is not really suitable for my mom as some of their vegetarian dishes contains egg or butter which my mom does not eat. So she may not be back. But, I might! The waitress for one, is very friendly and patient. Took the extra effort to double check on the vegetarian dishes multiple times for us without feeling impatient! My pulled pork sandwich was pretty good too! And that the place is situated at Bishan Park right beside the Dog Run, another plus point!


Price: 3/5 – Felt that the vegetarian dish was not very worth the price
Taste: 4/5 – Based on my sandwich. My mom did not enjoy her’s though


The Cornerstone
Address: 1380 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 569930
Tel: 65547230

Opening hours:
Closed On Monday (Except Public Holidays)
Tuesday to Thur: 12 pm – 10:30 pm
Friday : 12 pm- 10:45 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 10:45 pm
Sunday: 10 am – 10:30 pm

Kanon’s 2nd Birthday



We were invited to Kanon’s birthday celebration on a weekend before his actual birthday. And had fun we did!


All of the humans had a really tough time getting the dogs to stay and to look at the cameras. I’m thankful Cookie usually does not jump down from a higher platform. So I can concentrate on taking photos.


Being at outdoor with a big place for the dogs to explore around, we have to take photos of the happy dogs right?

Donna from We Live In A Flat and Cookie! The not so parkour furkids😛

Paris and Cookie! The not-really siblings, siblings.

Birthday boy in the middle with the bandana that says the obvious😛

After the party is over, we borrowed the balloons to take some photos!

Fly away, Orange. Be free! For your job as decoration for the party is now over!


How can we miss out a group photo of the PCKC gang?

Cookie, Paris, Cudtlez and Kanon!

Cheerful Donna that had lots of fun at the party!

Thank you Kanon for the invite once again! We certainly had lots of fun!

May you stay handsome, healthy and joyful always! Continue to protect your bromance partner, Cookie when he get bullied okay! But don’t be too fierce. Heheheh! Hope you two will continue to get along so well so we can have more fun and adventures together! We love you! And your awesome mama S!