Can I keep a Samoyed in Singapore?

Is Singapore’s hot weather suitable for Samoyeds? Being arctic dogs, Samoyeds thrive in the winter. However, they can still tolerate and live in warmer climates as their thick double-layered coat of fur helps to keep them cool by acting as a heat insulator.

Can a Samoyed live in a small house?

The Samoyed can live in a small house or apartment, but he is active, and adults of the breed should have a long walk, jog, or play session every day. Because of his thick coat, he is especially susceptible to heatstroke, so care should be taken when exercising him in hot and humid weather.

How often do you need to walk Samoyed?

Samoyeds are very active, playful dogs who need a lot of exercise. To stop them getting bored they need plenty to do throughout the day. We recommend a minimum of two hours exercise every day for your Samoyed. They enjoy longer walks, lots of playtime in the back garden and plenty to keep their brains active.

What pets are illegal in Singapore?

Wild animals are illegal to be sold, advertised for sale or kept as pets in Singapore: All reptiles (e.g. All snakes, all lizards such as green iguanas and geckos, star tortoises, pig-nosed turtles, Chinese soft shelled turtles etc) except for the red-eared slider terrapin and the Malayan box turtle.

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