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We are 10! First and foremost, thank you for supporting us at the recent Singapore Pet Expo 2017 where we kickstarted the 10th Anniversary Celebrations of Wellness Pet Food Singapore.
With the aim of providing holistic nutrition to your pets, Wellness Pet Food has over the past 10 years grown to be the No.1 Natural Pet Food in Singapore. In fact, we now have the largest selection of natural pet food for discerning pet parents and their pets with different needs. We are also proud to be on the Whole Dog Journal’s recommended dog food list for 18 consecutive years.
To celebrate this anniversary, Wellness Pet Food will be organising the world’s first interactive art exhibition specifically curated for dogs, cats and their parents. Through this exhibition, Wellness® hopes to highlight the brand belief of offering wholesome nutrition, which is the foundation of wellbeing and optimal health, and also the importance of ensuring your pet’s total wellbeing.
A ‘paw-sitive’ art exhibition for your pets to enjoy welcomes pet parents too
Having a pet means caring for their health, safety, wellbeing, and now perhaps their cultural needs too. Human beings have art exhibitions and events lined up for us all the time – ones that poke fun at all things Singapore, ones that advocate shark preservation, ones that are specially dedicated to GIFs and moving images, and even art crawls around the neighbourhood. So why should our pet pooch or kitty be deprived of art?
This free art exhibition for pets welcomes cats and dogs for an interactive experience
Here’s a potentially fun suggestion for you and your pet: Check out an upcoming interactive art exhibition for cats and dogs at the School of the Arts in September. Apparently, it’s the first of its kind in the world.
The world’s first art exhibition for pets lands in Singapore next month
Pet lovers, at the ready. For the first time ever, you can bring your beloved cats and dogs to take part in a the world’s first pet-dedicated art exhibition. Happening Sep 30-Oct 8 at the School of the Arts, the exhibition aims to use interactive art to improve overall wellness of pets, specifically dogs and cats.
Admission to the exhibition is free.