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“Hi Michell. I attended some of your classes at the Northwest Grooming Show! Thank you for teaching a class about retirement. I am not very good at following a budget but you really got me thinking about how little time I have to get ready for retirement. How much money do I actually need?” –Gloria
Summer is approaching, and customers are bringing in dogs for warm weather grooming and baths. Professional groomers pride themselves on quality pet care, and the last thing you want is to be out of compliance with a law that passed without your knowledge—or without your input.
There are a few subjects that can divide a room of groomers very quickly: pay types, doodles, shear choices or favorite breed of dog are a few examples. But while groomers are finding common ground on many subjects, they continue to be vastly separated on the subject of cat grooming.
When it comes to marketing your grooming business, the focus can and should be kept local. This opens up opportunities to let people know just what it is your service has to offer without having to lay out thousands of dollars in advertising.