Groomers and pet professionals work hard to provide the finest care for pets and the highest levels of customer service to pet owners.
After three years in the making, documentarian Rebecca Stern’s first feature documentary, Well Groomed, made its debut at this year’s South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, TX.
We’ve all heard the old saying “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But when it comes to the world of pet grooming tools, that saying couldn’t be further from the truth!
Recently Jack visited my grooming shop and landed on the table of one of my newer groomers. Jack is a nervous little fellow of snub nose, small dog, no–you–can’t–touch–me–there descent, and his visit proved true to that statement.
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.
Mechanicsburg, PA – Sponsored by Groomers Helper, Intergroom, which took place in April at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, New Jersey, attracted over 2,800 groomers making it the 3rd largest grooming show in the world behind Barkleigh Production’s Groom Expo and Groom Expo West.
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.
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.