Owning a dog in Singapore is not a walk in the park. There are strict regulations on dogs and their owners in Singapore.
The first step to owning a dog is getting a license. The license is valid for one year and costs $150. You will need to get it from the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA).
The second step is to ensure your pet has all necessary vaccinations, microchips and sterilisation certificates before you can register it with the AVA. You will also need to register your pet with your local Animal Management Unit (AMU) within 14 days of moving into Singapore.
The third step is to make sure that you have enough space for your pet at home because there are certain limits on how many pets you can have in your home. The final step is to make sure that your pet is healthy and that you are taking care of it so that the process goes smoothly.
What is the Process for Adopting a Pet in Singapore?
The adoption process of a pet in Singapore may vary depending on the animal’s age, species, and whether it is from a shelter or not.
In general, the process for adopting a pet in Singapore comprises an adoption application form and an interview. The applicant will then be matched with a suitable animal and will have to go through another interview before the adoption can be finalised.