The Genesis of Puparazzi
It all started when Tammy was going through a heartbreaking divorce in 2008. Rather than allowing life to take over her, she sprang into action. Using this life situation as motivation, Tammy started Puparazzi Mobile Pet Spaw. When life gives you a lemon, make a lemonade out of it, and that is what Tammy chose to do. With an experience of 40 years, and having gone through all the ups and downs, Tammy knew that she would succeed for sure. Virtually there was nothing that could deter her from what she wanted to achieve. “I believe my 40 years of experience in the industry allows me to understand all aspects of the business and I am able to help with customer service issues as well,” says Tammy. “I love animals, I love educating pet parents on proper care of their pets and I love giving back to the rescue community and saving one dog at a time through exposure and donations and education.”
When you do what you love, success comes to finding you, and Puparazzi is the best example of it. Though it was started amidst the global recession of 2008, Puparazzi achieved stupendous success and continues to grow even in the current pandemic situation. What motivates them? The love for pets and what they do. At the core of Puparazzi lies their passion for pets. Everything they do is backed by their love and passion for pets. They strongly believe that pets are nothing but family members and deserve the same level of love and respect. “We understand that our pets are more than just animals– they are members of our family,” adds Tammy. They recognize that they are dealing with emotions and give their best to keep the pets and their parents happy. The products and the services are developed keeping the comfort of the pets and the convenience of their parents in mind. “We are a very grassroots type of business. Our fully wrapped vans speak for themselves in the industry and allow us to brand ourselves easily on the streets. People on the streets commonly mouth the words Puparazzi and stare as we drive by,” says Tammy.