Fun Stuff

How Bubbly Petz – Singapore’s first and only eco-ethical pet store was born – explained in photos.

A year ago we chanced upon this empty shop space along hippy Joo Chiat Road. Maeve and I decided that this location and shop space is perfect, and started work with our contractors on transforming this space into Bubbly Petz studio! (We only had a month's time to do so) Absolutely exciting. And intense. Works carried on.… Continue reading How Bubbly Petz – Singapore’s first and only eco-ethical pet store was born – explained in photos.

Environment, Fun Stuff

5 Tips to becoming a Greener Pet Guardian

Happy Earth Day! Today's the day you will hear and read a lot about how you can "get green" at home, your workplace, transportation and all. However being the responsible pet owner you are, we knew you would be keen to know how both you and your pet can get into action this Earth Day… Continue reading 5 Tips to becoming a Greener Pet Guardian

Animal Welfare & Issues

Animal Testing: It’s not cool

Getting that lipstick, detergent, or pet shampoo? You might be unknowingly funding animal cruelty. This blog post will give you a gist of animal testing and how you can easily help animals on a day-to-day basis simply by being a conscious consumer.  What is Animal Testing? Animal testing is a procedure whereby ingredients and/or the… Continue reading Animal Testing: It’s not cool

Animal Welfare & Issues, Pet Grooming 101

A newer, kinder Bubbly Petz

Hola friends! If you haven't read about this on our Facebook page, Bubbly Petz has recently turned cruelty-free, eco-conscious & free of animal ingredients - a first-of-its-kind pet store in Singapore. Shopping kinder for our pets has never been easier. 😉 Find out why here.

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)