Have you wondered what kids these days think of pets and their grooming needs?
Our team at Bubbly Petz decided to check it out one bright morning with the students from Woodlands Ring Primary School.
Seems like not many knows what is pet grooming and how it’s related to a pet’s welfare.
We were trying to understand from them what do they think pet grooming is all about.
Explaining to them how a pet groomer is like a hair stylist; just that we do alot more, ALOT.
And getting them to understand how it feels when a pet is not groomed for a long time is easy peasy.
Desmond: How would you all feel if you haven’t bathed, trimmed your nails and hair for a long time?
Woodlands Ring Primary School Students: eeeeeee……
Desmond: How would you then think your pet will feel?
Woodlands Ring Primary School Students: ohhhhhh…….
The thing we love about these kids is that they are extremely empathetic, when we tell them about our demo doggy being afraid of noise, the whole room became extremely quiet. (y)
Halfway through explaining about why we comb our dog’s fur…
These kids ask brilliant questions. *Applause*
Woodlands Primary School Boy: How frequent should we comb our dog’s fur and what is combing for?
Desmond: Very good question! You should comb your dog on a daily basis and this is to promote blood circulation, improve skin and coat health, remove dead skin and hair and to prevent formation of painful tangles in the fur.
Our pets cannot possibly clean out their own ears and rely on our help to keep their ears clean.
We ended off the meaningful session with the wonderful kiddos with a question and answer session and received only wonderful correct answers.
Proud of these future responsible pet owners.