Singapore’s New Dog-Friendly Day Tour Experience Is Here, Thanks to Happy Paw Ark


Paw-rents, have you ever wished for a day tour experience for your furkid? Well, the folks at Happy Paw Ark have created a new service in Singapore called the Dog Day Tour Experience.

Let your dog frolic against the backdrop of Singapore’s skyline.

The Dog Day Tour is designed to be a memorable outing for dog lovers who want to give their pets a day full of excitement and free of stress. Dogs can safely play and engage with other dogs on the Dog Day Tour at Happy Paw Ark, unlike in dog parks where they may be exposed to dogs that are ill-trained and/or socially unprepared.

Meet and greet with other dogs.

Activities for dogs, such as agility training and games, are only some of the highlights of the Dog Day Tour, which also takes place in some of Singapore’s most beautiful parks and dog-friendly locations. To ensure that owners have tangible mementos of their trip, the tour also features a professional photo shoot of the dogs.

Understanding A Dog’s Need for Socialisation and Exercise

Daryle Goh, CEO and founder of Happy Paw Ark, is pleased to provide dog owners in Singapore with the opportunity to participate in a Dog Day Tour. He emphasised Happy Paw Ark’s commitment to knowing the value of canine playtime and exercise in a secure setting.

Because happy dogs means a happy life.

To prevent dog-on-dog or dog-on-human bite incidents, Happy Paw Ark’s certified dog trainers make sure all canines participating in the Dog Day Tour are well-trained and socialised. Furthermore, unlike the utilitarian designs of dog parks, which do not segregate for large and small breeds, the dogs in the Dog Day Tour are in a regulated setting that takes into mind breed-specific traits.

All sizes and ages of dogs are welcome to participate on the Dog Day Tour, which begins at S$50 per dog. Visit to learn more about the Dog Day Tour experience offered by Happy Paw Ark.


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Marky is a travel writer and photographer. He narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences.

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