It had black fur as a puppy, which lightened as he grew - a characteristic common in Bedlington Terriers.
It wears a T-shirt to protect its sensitive skin, and has a healthy diet of raw meat, coconut water, Vitamin E, glucosamine and collagen powder, as do Ms Wee's two other dogs - a Schnauzer and a Scottish Terrier.
Expect to see rare breeds such as a Newfoundland, a large working dog that is 1.6m tall standing on its hind legs, and a tiny teacup poodle which weighs just 2kg and, at 18cm, not much taller than a real teacup.
Other quirky events include a contest for the fluffiest rabbit, judged by blogger Wendy Cheng, better known as Xiaxue.
On the other end of the size spectrum is the gentle giant Bennett, a Newfoundland dog which weighs more than 40kg although it is just 15 months old.
No surprises that besides the Unique Pet Breed Showcase, he is also participating in the Biggest Dog contest at the Pet Expo.
Earlier, a group of shortlisted cat owners and their furry friends had submitted selfies, and the public can vote for the winner.
There is also a cat show organised by the Feline Fanciers Society Of Singapore.
One of the "models" is Quincy the Bedlington Terrier, a breed named after the mining town of Bedlington in England, its country of origin.Wannabe dog owners who have registered online will each have a 10-minute face time with three dogs.After that, they can indicate their interest in any dog by passing its name to a volunteer.In addition, workshops on pet care, competitions, as well as special events such as the dog speed-dating sessions, serve to entice all manner of animal lovers to visit.One of the highlights is the Unique Pet Breed Showcase at 4.30pm on Saturday, where exotic breeds of dogs of all shapes and sizes will go on show.Bahu is the child of his seven-year-old toy poodle, Ariel, and a friend's poodle.Mr Tan says: "I wanted to have a puppy for when Ariel dies." Although Bahu can get defensive at the sight of big dogs - he bares his teeth and barks - he gets along well with people, such as Mr Tan's three children, aged 11, six and two.His owner Tracy Wee says that the fluffy, oval-faced dog is constantly mistaken for a lamb while on their walks in Pasir Ris Park and Gardens By The Bay.The 32-year-old graphic designer says: "Sometimes, people will ask why I am walking a lamb, or even say kambing (Malay for lamb) when they see him. He's quite smart and knows they're talking about him." Ms Wee bought the dog, which turns five next month, at a pet shop in Hong Kong in 2010 for more than ,000.Also look out for the adorable teacup poodle Bahu (Hokkien for pork floss), so named by its owner for the colour of its light brown fur and its similarity to the dried meat product.The docile four-year-old dog was bred by Mr Mark Tan, 38, who owns Dreamy Paws pet shop in Changi.