Singapore’s PetCubes to launch Chicken Rice for dogs

Cute poodle with PetCubes’ Chicken Rice. Photo: PetCubes
Cute poodle with PetCubes’ Chicken Rice. Photo: PetCubes

Starting tomorrow, your furbaby can enjoy one of Singapore’s most beloved dishes in a form made especially for them.

Singaporean pet food maker PetCubes is launching a limited edition Chicken Rice formula tomorrow for dogs in celebration of National Day next week.

Similar to the real deal, PetCubes chicken rice is infused with chicken that is gently cooked and blended with coconut oil, cucumber, ginger, fresh pandan leaves and lemongrass. The brand says it has no preservatives, fillers, artificial flavoring and food dyes added.

The brown rice is said to be high in fibre and minerals, which improves digestion and heart health, while the rest of the ingredients contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components that help promote circulation and fight overall inflammation.

Like all of PetCubes’ other products, the chicken rice formula is approved by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO).

The brand previously launched their version of Nasi Lemak last year, which garnered raved reviews. 

Orders will be made available online tomorrow from 1pm and are priced from S$8 per tray for 320 grams or S$32 per case for 1.28kg.

Photo: PetCubes

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