top of page

Choose a perfect puppy or dog in Singapore by breed 


Dog has been known as man's best friend for years. The puppy you choose will be your companion for the next ten years or more, so making the right decision is very important. being faced with many different breeds with a variety of grooming needs, exercise and training can be bewildering. You may be attracted to a particular breed because of it's looks or have fallen in love with beguiling puppy.


Our website Pet Shop Puppies for Sale Singapore provide information to help you narrow your choice. 



Puppy/ Dog by Breed




Small companion dogs. Generally very easy to live with as they have been bred for centuries as pets.

Common puppies selling in Singapore as below:





Dogs from this group are among the most ancient. First developed to chase down and kill large prey, many are capable of great speed and stamina. They are divided roughly into sighthounds and scent hounds, depending on how they locate their prey.


  • Beagle

  • Dachshund




These dogs were developed mainly in the British Isles over the past few hundred years, although there are records of small hunting dogs from earlier times. Bred to hunt small game, often digging them out of burrows, they are determined and brave, with short legs and strong jaws.


  • Jack Russell Terrier

  • Miniature Schnauzer

  • West Highland White Terrier





This ancient group includes breeds that date back to when dogs were used to guard settlements, carry loads and engage in battle. Some, such as the Doberman Pinscher, still make exemplary guard dogs. Othes, such as the Saint Bernard, are used in rescue work.


  • Siberian Husky


Sporting Dogs


Sporting dogs, also known as gundogs, were bred to work with hunters in the field. Pointers sniff out game birds, pointing toward them with an upraised leg. Setters also locate game but crouch out of the hunter's line of fire. Spaniels flush out game; retrievers collect killed animals.


  • American Cocker Spaniel

  • English Cocker Spaniel

  • Labrador Retriever

  • Golden Retriever 















bottom of page