Singapore has limits for the number of pets you can own – a maximum of three dogs per home. If you want to own more than three dogs, you will need permission from the Director General of AVA. It is a pet parent’s responsibility to make sure that the pet is secure at home and adequately confined.
Do you need a license to own a dog in Singapore?
The Law Requires That You Do It Licensing your dog is the law. As long as your dog is three months old or older, you need to get it a license from the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA), and you are also mandated to renew that license every year.
How much does it cost to disinfect a dog in Singapore?
Costs of seeing the vet in Singapore
|Vaccination||$25 to $50|
|Deworming||$50 to $100 (recommended every 3 months)|
|Sterilisation||$150 to $400 (costs more for female dogs)|
|Microchipping||$50 to $80|
Why is there no dogs in Singapore?
Singapore, like many other countries, has a ban on aggressive dog breeds that have traditionally been bred for fighting. This ban is to avoid potentially dangerous situations with people and other animals.
How much does it cost to keep a dog in Singapore?
There are many costs involved in owning a pet, including purchase or adoption, medical, grooming and training costs. According to our research, it costs S$25,800 on average to own a dog over 10 years.
Average Cost of Owning A Pet in Singapore.
|Expense||Annual Cost (Dog)||Annual Cost (Cat)|
|Annual Recurring Cost||S$3,221||S$1,932|
What dog breeds are allowed in Singapore HDB?
HDB-approved dog breeds
|7||Brussels Griffon (Griffon Bruxaellois)||Border Terrier|
|10||Boston Terrier (a) Lightweight (b) Middleweight||Cavalier King Charles Spaniel|
|13||Chihuahua||Chinese Imperial Chin|
Can I keep 2 dogs in HDB?
You will need permission from HDB to keep more than 1 small dog in your flat. Larger dogs from the scheduled list of breeds cannot be kept in HDB flats.