We are live in Singapore!


It has been an exciting month for the PetMate-team! After a lot of hard work we released both our iOS and Android app in Singapore.

This blog is a summary of all you need to know!


PetMate’ revolutionary urban logistics & on-demand transport platform connects you with local drivers who help to transport your beloved pets.

How does it work?

  1. Make sure you have the latest version from the App Store or Google Play installed.
  2. Where do we need to pick your pet (and you) up? And where is the destination?
  3. Use creditcard or PayPal for payment. We only charge after a succesful driver match.
  4. Your driver will be assigned and will arrive at the designated time and place.

How do I know if my pet will be in good hands?

At PetMate, we are pet lovers at heart. Our drivers are either owners of pets themselves or have had prior experience handling pets as regular drivers for some of our partners.

New drivers have to fulfil training hours to make sure they are equipped with dealing with your furry family. We also have a strict protocol to make sure proper procedures are in place.

Want to be a driver?

We built a successful transportation business with our parent company (CarPal) and have decided to launch a separate brand for the transportation of our furry friends.

If you want to sign up as a driver for PetMate you can join the fleet of CarPal. Make sure to select ‘pet-driver’.

I want to know more

Check out the FAQ on our PetMate-page. Still having questions? Why don’t you send us an email on salessg@petmate.me.

Official partner of SOSD

SOSD is organizing a charity run for Dogs and owners to participate together! The Light up your life run is happening 3rd October 2015, 5pm-11pm, East Coast Park Singapore.

For every trip booked with PetMate using the code “PETMATEXSOSD” from now to end of 2015, 10% of the proceeds will go towards SOSD.

We hope to see you on board soon!

Meet Angus and Lila! We had the pleasure of fetching these 2 Great Pyrenese to camp for the week while their pawrents went on a short break.