Punggol Field Play for The Doggies

Doggies going for field trips are just like kids going on excursions – full of enthusiasm and excitement. Even though the pre-outing logistics preparation to getting them calm down to physically bringing the kids out for activities drain the hoomans out so much like squeezing an orange dry of its juice, the joy that the furkids bring are so much greater than anything else.

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Pet Sitting Service

I have been wanting to do what I like so much and since I’ve been petsitting for a number of years and enjoying the dog walking/running sessions, I thought why not do it for an income? On top of this, I have also just signed up for a basic dog grooming course to see if I actually have a flair in this and also perhaps provide additional services during daycare or housesitting.

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Worst Pet Grooming Experience

Ever received a phone call from school telling you to bring your child home because he / she is disrupting class? Well, I did, of sorts. Just that mine comes in the form of a fur kid. But I guess the sense of dejection felt was as real as any parent would have experienced.

Bear in mind that the review you are about to read is based purely on our personal experience (albeit a really really poor one) and observation.
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Sopra Ginza Singapore Pet Salon

Hair is not just the crowning glory of women and men, but pets too (unless you have an American Hairless Terrier or a Sphynx)! Even if the pawkids wouldn’t care much about their outlooks, the pawrents definitely will not say yes to a bad haircut or grooming services. Finding a pet grooming salon is easy in Singapore, but one that caters to the pawrents’ preferences in terms of shop’s hygiene, customer service and the quality of the services is just like hitting the jackpot – you don’t usually get it at the first try. There is a comparison since we had a real-life terrible experience with one particular groomer (more in another post) but here’s our favourite, and hopefully the pawkids’ too.

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