The words that pet owners use to convey information to their groomer can sometimes be a bit amusing. “Tippy can […]
We’ve all been there—it’s the week before Christmas, you’ve been booked solid for months and the phone is ringing off […]
The Modified Continental (MC) trim seemed to come out of the woodwork the last couple of years, yet it has […]
When I was a kid, my dad used to say, “If a thing is worth doing, it’s worth doing well.” […]
As Cupcake my Pomeranian has gotten older, I found it necessary, for health reasons, to give her a shorter haircut. So I thought to myself, I may as well take advantage of the cute little ladybug that is my Cupcake and I will just cut in and color one right on her back.
Oftentimes in the grooming salon we are faced with opting to clipper Spaniel coats for a multitude of reasons. In this month’s tutorial, I will offer suggestions on how to maintain the integrity of a Spaniel coat while honoring the client’s wishes for a shorter length of haircut.
When it comes to grooming cats, they don’t get a lot of options. Usually they are left completely natural with just a bath and blow dry, or they are shaved short into a Lion Cut. However, there is an additional option that leaves cats with a bit of fluff instead of being taken down to the skin.
In a previous issue, we covered preparing the coat to begin the handstripping process on a Border Terrier puppy. For the second installment, we are spotlighting a handstrip on an adult Border Terrier in the grooming salon. This will cover pet strips that you can offer your clients every day!