A new puppy owner will experience many exciting firsts with their pup, whether they have owned many dogs before or they are first–time puppy owners. The first vet visit, first outing, first adventure and first puppy class can all be important parts of bonding with the new pup and watching him grow and mature with each new experience.
“Hi Michell. I have several new customers with Logotto Romagnolos. They tell me not to brush them. They want them to look messy. They have mountains of information (or misinformation), pictures, videos and print-outs galore. They don’t understand matts. They don’t understand that what they want is impossible! What should I do?” –Connie
In the next few columns, we’re looking forward to introducing you—or reacquainting you—with the AKC and the wide variety of resources and programs we offer you and the dog–owning public to advance responsible dog ownership, the health and wellbeing of dogs, and assure the future of purpose–bred dogs.
It is inevitable that, as a person, you will change over time—sometimes moving in the right direction and sometimes getting stuck. The world and the people around us change constantly. Change is a part of life.
The “Grooming Contest by Sergio Villasanti” made its debut in 2014 in Brazil.
With a different way of thinking about the grooming competition, Sergio Villasanti idealized this competition, not only with the thought of a competition, but with the thought of a “meeting of friends”.
“Shine like a Flower.” This is a quote from groomer Tanja VanDer Vooren who works at the Hounden Trimsalon Ursi, which translates to Grooming Salon Ursi in Helmond, Netherlands. Tanja has been grooming since 2004. Ursi was the name of her first dog who was an inspiration to her career; as with most of us, it all starts with that one special “heart” dog.
The All-American Grooming Show, which took place from August 23rd-26th in Schaumburg, Illinois, was a huge success and the fourth largest grooming show in the world, following Groom Expo, Groom Expo West and Intergroom.