We specialise in older dogs (one our own dogs lived till 20 years old). Seniors are welcome!

Wednesday, August 21, 2013


Hallmark of a crazy face, haha! Lucky is quite the toy fanatic. He loves balls and squeaky toy. His coat is quite easy to manage, so don't let all that hair scare you.

Hmmm... maybe that's why Max and him get along. They belong in the stylin' hair club!

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Yarah & Shadow

My 2 favourite gals - as different as night and day! Yarah is so laid back it's hard to get her going. Food usually works with these 2.

Shadow loves the outdoors. Being wet and in the sun makes her day complete.

No pool of water is too small for her!

 After all the splashing, Shadow cleverly seeks out the shade to watch the world go by.

Monday, August 19, 2013


We're happy to say that some things never change :) Solomon is still the same bog goof that he is. He's also a super love bunny. He's still in love with Phoebe. And he still hates to be brushed. Good times :D

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Max (Transit)

Max will soon learn what swadee is all about as he prepares for his big move!

Well not too much changes - the heat will be pretty much the same. We're going to miss his curly mop of hair!

Saturday, August 17, 2013


From the Land of the Rising Sun, this Shiba Inu gal is a bundle of quirky energy! She's fast and spunky: always good at starting a game with the other dogs.

One of the best smiles :)
Thankfully enjoying the Singapore sun was a smooth transition for her. The post shedding? Well, that was enough to make 2 more Manes! Haha.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Tick Fever

Tick Fever is appearing to be common and ticks are found everywhere in Singapore. Their saliva carries three types of blood parasites namely Babesia canis, Babesia gibsoni (both protozoans), and Ehrlichia canis, a rickettsia. These parasites will affect your dog and can be fatal if not treated. Often the first sign noticed is that the dog feels tired and starts to go off food. As the disease develops, the dog may become progressively weaker, may show blood tinged urine, bleeding from the mucous membranes, and have episodes of fever, vomiting, and diarrhoea. The disease can have a very gradual onset and progression, with your dog just looking “off colour” until the later stages when walking may not be possible. 

Treatment of Tick Fever is a combination of supportive measures and medication to kill the blood parasites, but the treatment is not guaranteed to work and dogs may die due to the disease.

Read more about Tick Borne diseases here: http://www.cvbd.org/en/tick-borne-diseases/

Tick prevention is vital in all dogs, wherever you live. Applications of Frontline and/or Amitraz tick collars are essential, but nothing is 100% effective. Monthly spot on treatments are sufficient in the off peak (cooler) months, but fortnightly applications may be required in the summer if you live and walk your dogs in areas of grass or other foliage where immature ticks live.

Note: Revolution is NOT effective against ticks

Our dog tested positive for tick fever recently but she is showing no signs of going "off colour". We will be carrying out tests on our other dogs over time. Please know that we do take in dogs that have been treated for tick fever. They are healthy and normal just like any other dog. If you have concerns regarding future boardings, do let us know.


These are the many faces of Dani. Boxers are the class clowns of the dog world for sure. She always puts a smile on our faces!

Are we going now?
I can't wait! :D
Why are we not going?
Let's go already!

Why Board at MIBO?

- Cage-free environment with separate areas for different personalities and temperaments.
- There's always someone at home.
- Dogs are able to potty indoors or outdoors, with no restrictions or penalties
- Rates quoted are by general breed size, not weight. So there's no worry if you have a slightly more indulgent cocker spaniel. He/She is still a cocker spaniel in our eyes :)
- Rates quoted are all inclusive with no charges for the following:

> Daily walks
> Food and all bowls provided. Complimentary preparation for Home Cooked Food. BARF diets welcome.
> Administration of medications or applications of topical preparations.
> Treatment spray for fleas and ticks with Accurate when checking in.
> Baths before checking out.
> No holiday surcharges, except across Chinese New Year.
> SMS or email updates when requested