One of the wonderful things about Facebook is that it brings the world a little closer. When Groomer To Groomer wanted to do an international issue, I had no problem finding international groomers to interview!
Released on November 16th, the Netflix docuseries, DOGS, explores the emotional bonds that form between dogs and their caregivers.
If there is one thing that is universal, it’s that people love their pets. And, it doesn’t matter if they are in Australia, Korea, Brazil or Timbuktu…those pets need to be groomed!
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.
“Should groomers be licensed?” is one of the most highly debated questions in the grooming industry at this time. Most groomers believe that there should be some way of separating them from a person who simply reads a book, watches a YouTube video or two and thinks they can be a groomer.