Animal Welfare & Issues, Client's Questions, Environment

For the next generation pet guardians

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… Continue reading For the next generation pet guardians

Fun Stuff

Basic Dog Care and Grooming Essentials Workshop at Bubbly Petz Studio

Want to be a pet groomer? Want to be able to groom your own pet? Want to learn safe, effective and humane pet handling and grooming techniques? You can now get a glimspe of pet grooming when you participate in our Basic Dog Care and Grooming Essentials Workshop at our fully equipped pet grooming studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JY67vgD8C0M… Continue reading Basic Dog Care and Grooming Essentials Workshop at Bubbly Petz Studio

Fun Stuff

Client Feature: Monica and Yogesh with their pet Maltese Perlita

1. What is/are your pet's names? Perlita 2. What your favorite activity with your pet/pets? Walking in the park where there is grass or sand, she also loves watching people while sitting in the car. 3. How has Bubbly Petz house-call pet grooming helped you and your pet/pets? Perlita "knows" is her pampering time. Desmond… Continue reading Client Feature: Monica and Yogesh with their pet Maltese Perlita

Pet Grooming 101

Microbubble bath SPA experience at Bubbly Petz Grooming Studio

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

Pet Grooming 101

Sexiest butt shape for your dog

ROUND never goes wrong! Who says their dog (i.e. Pomeranian, Chihuahua, Japanese Spitz, Siberian Husky, Golden Retriever, Cavalier King Charles, Corgi, Shetland Sheepdog, etc.) with a natural coat cannot achieve any style? Try a new look for your dog today! All you need to do is to request for "butt trim" service on top of your basic… Continue reading Sexiest butt shape for your dog

Client's Questions, Pet Grooming 101

Should I shave my double-coated dog?

Do you own a dog that sheds all the time? And get a slight headache when that happens at home? Fret not, it is a  very common occurrence with many families with dogs; and generally dogs that shed do not normally sport extremely long hair. This dog doesn't shed. But he needs A LOT of grooming… Continue reading Should I shave my double-coated dog?

Client's Questions, Pet Grooming 101

Tear stains go away, come again another day?

If your dog is not bothered by his tear stains, why should you be? According to veterinarian Dr. Patty Khuly, tear stains are just "a pesky cosmetic problem and usually not a significant health care issue". Let's look at how tear stains are formed. When the body breaks down red blood cells, dye-containing molecules are produced… Continue reading Tear stains go away, come again another day?

Pet Grooming 101

Tips on Choosing a Pet Groomer

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

Pet Grooming 101

Tell me more about ticks. (Warning – Contain pictures that might not be suitable for those with insect phobia)

If you do not recognise this buddy greeting you, it's okay as no one would stare so close to this: What are ticks? Ticks belong to the arachnids family and are external parasites which feed on the blood of mammals (yes they bite humans), sometimes reptiles and amphibians. They are also carriers of diseases such as… Continue reading Tell me more about ticks. (Warning – Contain pictures that might not be suitable for those with insect phobia)