dog in pink pet salon dryer in Bangkok

Posh Pups Prioritized in Bangkok

Bangkok’s purebred dog obsession prioritizes the needs of their pampered pets.

Although the city remains under a state of emergency, Bangkok has begun to ease up their lockdown restrictions due to the country’s low caseload of coronavirus infections.

Alongside parks and restaurants, pet salons have opened for people to take their dogs.

During the hot season in Thailand, the city's schnauzers, with thick and wooly coats, need to be trimmed to sustain these temperatures.

Monica, the pup above, is pictured in a pet dryer that has antibacterial properties. 

Photo: Amanda Mustard


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