Taking care of the stratum corneum, or outer layer of the skin, is the foundation of grooming. And in the […]
Today’s consumers prioritize convenience above all and increasingly are turning away from cash. With more than 183 million credit card […]
It happens all too often. A pet comes in to be groomed. And whether it is a Shih Tzu, a […]
The pet service industry has experienced exponential growth year by year and decade by decade. As the pet reigns supreme […]
If you ask any elementary school child to recite the seasons, they would likely list Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring. If you ask a romantic, you may hear Love listed. If you ask a sportsman, you would hear Baseball, Football, Basketball and maybe Golf or Hockey.
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.
“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
I admit I have a foot fetish. Really, a paw fetish. Ok, I love dog feet. I love to watch the pads squish out when they walk and am very aware of the individual mannerisms of each pet I see; how they hold their paws and how they use them in a conversation.
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.