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First Grooming!

It's time to let Amber out for grooming! Her hair was pretty long after a month so we decided to find a nearby grooming shop for her to experience how full grooming was like. (We bathe her weekly, she doesn't quite like it tho, haha!)

Before going to the shop, we went to a nearby park - Bedok Reservoir Park to walk her. We wanted to tire her as much as possible so that she would be very tired while doing her grooming, a trick to make pups not to struggle so much during grooming.

It has been a few years since we last went to the reservoir park, and to my surprise it changed so much. My husband and I really loved the atmosphere there, especially the platform that we walked on. We loved the view. Probably gonna be our number 1 spot to walk Amber.

On her way to...?

A pleasant day and view

Walking on the platform, no grass = no ticks :)

More scenery 

Amber looking at the water and feeling the breeze...

Looking at a passer-by boat

Her New Haircut @ Masmas grooming~


  1. The picture of Amber in the hand bag is so cute! I enjoy your posts and please do post more cute pictures! :)

  2. Hi Dog Lover, thanks and feel free to add AmberToyPoodle on facebook too..

  3. Amber is just so adorable I love looking at her videos and pictures, it has gave me an idea on how my poodle is going to look when I pick him up. I am so excited, I hope my toy poodle and amber become good computer friends haha:).

  4. Thank you Patricia! Poodles are one of the few breeds that are able to show off through many different kinds of haircuts, it is always fun to mix around through books and magazine! Cool! Feel free to find us at facebook too we could exchange pointers!

  5. amber is just so cute! Has she gotten her 3rd jab before grooming?

    1. Hi Anonymous, yes Amber had finished her 3rd vaccine before going to the groomer for the first time :)


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