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Catching the Judge’s Eye

Becoming a successful competitive groomer requires not only great grooming skills, but also careful preparation, smart dog selection and impeccable conduct in the ring.

Form & Function in Coat Care Tools

When selecting the brushes and combs they use in the salon, it is important that groomers focus on elements such as safety, ergonomics and suitability to the job at hand.

Top Tubs

These bathing systems chase away the bath time blues by offering unique features that keep grooming easy and efficient.

The Golden Retriever Teddy Cut

This groom can be the perfect answer for Golden Retriever owners who want a cut that will keep their dogs cool in hot summer weather.

10 Sales-Boosting Marketing Techniques

There are a variety of strategies that retailers can utilize to increase store revenue in the digital age.

How Millennials Spend on Their Pets

A new survey examines the spending habits and attitudes of Millennial pet parents toward their four-legged companions.

5 Summertime Pet Safety Tips

Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean pet parents can take a vacation from injury and disease prevention.

3 Tips for Designing the Perfect Packaging

The right product packaging plays a huge role in catching shoppers' attention and driving sales.

Healthy Inside and Out

Retailers need to stay up-to-date on the latest oral, skin and coat care innovations.

A Fair to Remember

The Atlanta Pet Fair & Conference drew grooming industry professionals from around the country to "The Peach State" for four days of valuable educational sessions, spirited competitions and innovative product exhibits.

The Right Staff

Building an effective team of employees for your salon will require finding candidates who not only have the necessary skills, but also fit the image of your brand.

Going Beyond the Splash & Dash

Bathing a dog seems like it should be easy, but there are so many things to consider if you’re going to do it right.

Five Tips for Table Safety

Just like the most important issues in real estate are “Location, Location and Location,” the most important elements of table safety when grooming are “Control, Control and Control.”

Giving Groomers a Lift

These well-designed lift grooming tables can go a long way in saving wear and tear on a pet stylist’s body and making the grooming process more efficient.

Pet Westie Trim

A short, modified Westie trim that stays true to breed standards may be the perfect groom for an aging pet.

Marketing the Grooming Salon

Professional groomers should take a broad and ongoing approach to promoting their business if they want to grow or even maintain a healthy client base.

Superior Suds

Pet stylists know just how important starting with a clean coat is to producing a great groom. With that in mind, here are some of the top shampoos available on the professional market.

Smooth Clipper Work in Three Passes or Less

Achieve a perfect finish on short, low-maintenance trims by following these simple suggestions.

Setting the German Trim on a Toy Poodle

While most of your Poodle clients can be kept in any number of cuts, this German trim is perfect for pets and competitions alike.

Sick as a Dog

This flu season is rough for humans and dogs alike.
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