Pawpad’s next batch for our pet grooming course starts first week of November 2021. If you’re looking for flexibility, if you love and adore animals, if you like a zen like meditative experience at work – this is for You!
Leena Munikempanna, certified pet groomer, Certified Master Cat Groomer (PCGAA) and PetCPR+ Certified (PEA) is the course facilitator. You can read about her life as a pet groomer and about her certification.
Shih Tzu means ‘little lion‘ in Mandarin. Originally from Tibet it is one of the most popular breed of dogs today. The Buddha was said to travel with a small dog who could turn into a lion to protect him. This probably explains the name. The white spot on Shih Tzus is said to mark the place where the Buddha kissed. It’s a lovely story!
Ever held a small dog in your arms? Then you would know precisely what the words vulnerable and delicate mean! Caring for small dogs teaches you the art of caring for the fragile. They sometimes look and behave nothing like the word! They get away with so much! A bigger dog would actually go green with envy! Here’s a roundup of some brilliant articles on small dog care.
I work as a pet groomer in Bangalore running my pet grooming spa Pawpad. Every morning I wake up looking forward to going to work. It is a privilege so few of us in this country can afford. And these are the mornings that I do feel blessed. Maybe even pat myself on the back for being so wickedly clever! For having turned what has been a life long involvement into a profession. I’m a pet groomer in Bangalore and am proud of it!
Brushing your dog’s teeth everyday is one of those things we tend to put aside. Periodontal or Gum disease, one of the most common illnesses, in dogs is the result of a lack of proper dental care. This can be extremely painful. As anyone who’s suffered through a toothache will vouch for! An important part of a preventive dental care program is brushing your dog’s teeth regularly. Read on to know why you need to make time for this.