Available Puppies For Sale

Whether you're a first-time fur parent considering whether to have a fur kid or a fur parent who already has the experience of owning a fur kid, we are ready to answer any queries or questions you have! Make an appointment with us for an interaction session to find out more about our pups or what it takes to become a fur parent.

Updated: 16 Jun 21

Breed: Teacup Maltese

Colour: White

Gender: Male

HDB Approved

Status: Sold

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Maltese

Colour: White

Gender: Male

HDB Approved

Status: Available

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Toy Poodle

Colour: Red

Gender: Female

HDB Approved

Status: Sold

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Miniature Poodle

Colour: Red

Gender: Male

HDB Approved

Status: Sold

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Miniature Poodle

Colour: Red

Gender: Male

HDB Approved

Status: Sold

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Shiba Inu

Colour: Black and Tan

Gender: Male

HDB Not Approved

Status: Available

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Shiba Inu

Colour: Red

Gender: Female

HDB Not Approved

Status: Available

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Corgi

Colour: Red and White

Gender:

HDB Not Approved

Status: Available

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Corgi

Colour: Red and White

Gender: Male

HDB Not Approved

Status: Sold

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

Breed: Jack Russell

Colour: Red and White

Gender: Male

HDB Approved

Status: Sold

Source: Imported

AVS Licence: AS19B00010

FAQ

1) What must I have at home before I bring my puppy back?

  • Premium pet food to get your new puppy off to a good start
  • Treats for training (Who doesn't love treats?)
  • Water bowl and water bottle
  • Brush and comb
  • Dog shampoo, toothbrush and paste
  • Chew toys to ease teething pains
  • Nail clipper
  • Bed

2) What should I look out for when I go on search for an ideal dog?

  • Ensure you are dealing with a responsible breeder or a shop that sources from responsible breeders.
  • If you live with family, bring your family members along so that the dog you choose is a mutual family decision.
  • Speak to a pet management specialist who can fill you in on details about the dog's temperament, history and needs.
  • Check to see that the dog is in good health (Click here to find out what are signs of a healthy puppy.)
  • Look out for tell-tale signs that the dog is from dubious sources (e.g. avoiding certain questions about the pup, detecting an odd smell from the pup, obvious signs of neglect in the pup)

3) How will I know whether I am ready to have a dog?

  • Approach our pet management specialist who would be happy to have a chat with you
  • Alternatively, you can complete a checklist by AVS to find out more on your readiness in getting a dog. (Click here to access the checklist.)

4) Which breed of dog should I get?

  • You might have a preferred breed, but it is also important to consider the needs of the breed.
  • Do research on the various dog breeds you are keen on getting.
  • Assess whether your lifestyle suits the dog breed's needs.
  • If you are lost, speak to a pet management specialist or professional who can assist you with your queries.

5) How do I keep my dog happy and healthy?

  • Bring your dog for veterinary checkups at least once at year.
  • Walk your dog daily.
  • Shower your dog with LOADS and LOADS of love.
  • Set aside time daily to spend quality time with your dog.
  • Train your dog well to build a strong bond and maintain a happy relationship with it.
  • Ensure you are consistent with basic care such as frequent grooming and feeding your dog appropriate food.

(Yes, this means you should not give your dog too many treats although it makes them really happy!)

6) My family members are not very keen on having a dog but I am dying to get one. What should I do?

  • Owning a dog is a lifetime decision. It is vital for your family to be as ready to welcome the dog as you are.
  • Speak to your family about the decision to get a dog.
  • It would help for your family to have an interaction session with the dog and a chat with a pet management specialist so all of you are able to understand the commitment required to own a dog.

Why Customers Love Inu Town!

Get in Touch With Us!

Tel: 87696118 (General Hotline)

81244051 (Puppies Enquiry)

Email: inu.town@gmail.com

Address: 215K Upper Thomson Road Singapore 574349