Caring for pets with better diet

Seen here with his dogs, Tan says proceeds from the dog food sales will go towards canine welfare projects at the charity-driven event in Bandar Utama tomorrow.

NOTICING that his dog Kelly had serious skin issues, technopreneur Louis Tan knew the only solution was to change her diet.

He then spent thousands of ringgit buying hypoallergenic foods but Kelly’s condition did not improve at all.

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