By Desmond Chan Article published on PETS Magazine on Wednesday, 12 April 2017 ___ Q: My six-year-old male Persian has an extremely thick coat that needs regular grooming, but he gets very distressed whenever I bring him out of the house. I bought grooming clippers to do it myself, but always “butcher” his coat! Can you… Continue reading Ask the Expert: Cool Cut For Kitty
Cats don't groom themselves, they lick themselves and that's gross! Let's take a look at commonly missed grooming procedures which we need to help our feline friends with. 1. Clean kitty’s nose Over time, icky dirt and bacteria builds up at the entrance of kitty’s nostrils. If not tended to over a period of time,… Continue reading 3 things you should help your cat with from time to time (but many miss out on)
Great news! Have you tried our new grooming service* add-on? Microbubble Bath SPA grooming service* add-on is now available at Bubbly Petz Grooming Studio. What is this service about? Your pet will immense in 10-20 minutes of absolute comfort and bliss together with millions of microbubbles in a tub. "The feeling is somewhat like sitting… Continue reading Microbubble bath SPA experience at Bubbly Petz Grooming Studio
1) Matted, clumpy, yellowish/blackish and waxy fur2) Fur falling off 3) Redness and sorenessDo your cats have these symptoms at the base of it's tail?If they do, they might be having a condition. What is Stud Tail?Stud tail is a build-up of sebum/oil at the base of your cat's tail which commonly leads to the fur around… Continue reading 3 signs that your cat may have Stud Tail
Having a hard time thinking which pet groomer to engage? Browsing through endless forum threads in search of the most recommended pet groomer? Have you ever thought what makes a good pet groomer? Let's see: One that has many good reviews, recommendations as well as mentioned a lot in forums? Not always true. When looking… Continue reading Tips on Choosing a Pet Groomer
Do cats need grooming? We always hear many people saying cats "groom" themselves. Do they really? The fact is, cats lick themselves; in the process they ingest dirt, grime, cat litter stained with excrement and lots of FUR. No, they have their unique saliva which has antibacterial properties and an exceptionally special rough tongue to… Continue reading Do cats and grooming come together?