Dog Groomers In Singapore 2019

Contrary to what some may think, grooming is not just about prettying up your pup. Grooming is also very much about maintaining your dog’s hygiene, health and happiness.

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When picking a dog groomer, you’ll not only want a gentle and capable groomer but also a pleasant grooming station where your dog feels safe and comfortable.

Below are 6 dog groomers around Singapore to start you off in your quest to make sure your doggo’s tail never stops wagging.

1. Pawpy Kisses Grooming (Balestier)

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This pet shop actually started out selling pet apparel and fashion accessories at Chinatown. Its founder, Carol, eventually expanded the shop into boarding grooming and spa services.

She now has a team of professionally-trained groomers and a clean, stress-free environment for your dog to come into for a grooming session. Carol also recently attended a dog grooming competition in Japan, Happy Dog Contest 2019 — which should go to show their dedication to the craft.

Pawpy Kisses also provides free transport (for selected zones) for your pup in case you’re busy with something else, or if you don’t own a car yourself.

2 pups enjoying Pawpy’s special green tea spa
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Address: 238 Balestier Rd, Singapore 329701
Opening hours: 10am-7pm daily (except Wed)
Telephone: 9060 6501

2. Pet Loft (Paya Lebar)


Pet Loft is as cosy as it gets. Beyond dog grooming and styling, they also provide doggy daycare services. This means that after your pup is done with the snipping and cleaning, he can laze around in their comfy estate.

They have 2 packages when it comes to grooming — basic and full. The basic includes the usual hair trim, nail clip, trimming of ears and bath. The full package throws in an extra dose of professional styling so your dog comes out looking like an extra happy good boi.

Address: 371 Upper Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 534969
Opening hours: 10.30am-7pm (Weekdays), 9.30am-7pm (Weekends)
Telephone: 6487 4669

3. My Pet Image (Yishun)

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This chic black and white pet grooming store in Yishun has been around since 2015 and is quite hard to miss.

A quick 5-minute walk from Yishun MRT station, the salon provides the regular grooming and boarding services. It’s received exceptional feedback for their attention to detail when it comes to grooming as well as willingness to go beyond their duty, with one customer claiming they took the time to groom her pet and clear it of ticks even after 7pm.

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Address: Block 925 Yishun Central 1 #01-223/225, Singapore 760925
Opening hours: 11am-6pm daily
Telephone: 6758 8675

4. June’s Pethouse (Bukit Timah)

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More than just a pretty pink facade, the grooming team at June’s Pethouse at Bukit Timah has received tremendous praise from their customers — everything from the quality products to the way the dogs are taken care of during the process.

The grooming areas are also extremely spacious and tidy, important factors for helping doggos feel calm.

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As a bonus, taking your dog here gives you the chance of running into a local celeb like Zoe Tay or Alvin Pang, who regularly take their furkids here for grooming.

Zoe Tay with her pooch, Pepper
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Address: 598977, 5 Eng Kong Terrace, 598977
Opening hours: 10am-6pm (daily except Mon)
Telephone: 8444 5777

5. Mewtants & Woofs (Bukit Timah)

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Stepping into the store, you’ll notice how the decorations match its quirky name. More than spotlights and queer paintings of felines and canines, Mewtants & Woofs offer a variety of grooming and spa services for dogs.

The salon also offers a special mud sea wrap for dogs — you know, the ones that you sometimes see people do overseas. Mewtants has it for dogs. The mud wrap not only revitalises the dog’s skin and coat but also removes any stubborn odours.

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Address: 9 King Albert Park, #01-13, Singapore 598332
Opening hours: 10.30am-6.30pm (daily)
Telephone: 9657 0171

A happy dog starts with a healthy lifestyle

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While going to the groomer is essential to your dog’s well-being, there are many other things to consider on a daily basis — whether your dog is getting enough exercise and food that’s clean and nutritious.

Exercise is straightforward. You take Fido out for walks. But when it comes to food, it’s a bit trickier. You’d want to pick food that is clean. That means natural, all-rounded ingredients with no artificial preservatives. You’d also want to make sure the food comes from a trusted brand.

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To help narrow your scope, you can consider established pet food brands like NUTRO. The premium pet food brand is committed to all-natural ingredients, which goes through rigorous testing standards, and feeding clean i.e. zero artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.

The benefits of feeding your dog well are plenty. A healthier coat, improved digestion, stronger immunity, teeth, bones and gums, etc. Basically, everything that will keep him in the pink of health and save you the trouble of extra visits to the groomer or vet.

Clean eating doesn’t always mean boring eating. NUTRO’s latest selection of canine kibbles comes in 3 flavours:

  • Farm-raised Chicken, Rice, & Vegetables
  • Farm-raised Sustainably Sourced Fish, Rice, & Vegetables
  • Pasture-fed Lamb, Rice, & Vegetables

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If it’s the first time feeding your dog dry food, you can buy just a small packet first to see which flavour he prefers. Start with small amounts to let him get used to the kibbles.

The packets of dog food range from 3-15kg and costs $60-210, and can be bought either online or pet stores all around Singapore. For more information about the products and store locations, visit NUTRO’s website here.

Remember, a happy dog often starts with a healthy and wholesome lifestyle.

For more information on the all-round doggie sustenance and where to find them, visit NUTRO.

This post is brought to you in collaboration with NUTRO.

Featured images adapted from Nestia and TheSmartLocal.