Keeping pets safe during the grooming process involves being aware of many details.
While accomplishing an excellent finish might seem effortless from the sidelines, it requires several steps that are all important to the final product.
To ensure repeat customers and avoid bad publicity, groomers should make sure their customer service abilities are on point.
It’s important for groomers to understand how skin works in order to protect it while grooming.
Metal comb attachments are so useful, they truly are a professional groomer’s best friend. But you have to know how to use them properly.
Caring for a pet’s ears, eyes and nails are important elements of a high-quality groom and require careful attention to detail to ensure overall health.
How grooming salons set the price of their services could ultimately be the difference between success and failure.
While great scissor work depends on having the right tools and technique, it actually begins before you even pick up a pair of shears.
Becoming a successful competitive groomer requires not only great grooming skills, but also careful preparation, smart dog selection and impeccable conduct in the ring.
Retailers need to stay up-to-date on the latest oral, skin and coat care innovations.
Certification helps professional groomers stay competitive and grow their businesses.
The grooming salon can be fraught with peril for pets and groomers alike if you do not have the right processes, equipment and education in place.
Professional groomers must make maintaining their physical and mental wellbeing a priority if they want to have a long, productive career in a business that can be tough on the body and the mind.
How to keep aggressive and anxious pets—as well as groomers—safe during grooming.
How to get the most out of your forced-air dryer.
There are several notable areas where a little extra attention can go a long way in enhancing a groomer's clipper work.
A positive first encounter is a critical part of building long-lasting relationships with your canine clients.
As the seasons change, grooming clients will increasingly seek solutions for summer skin and coat issues caused by warmer weather, while manufacturers offer effective products that maximize business efficiency.
These 25 easy-to-follow tips are sure to not only improve your scissoring technique, but also save wear and tear on your body.
An essential part of the grooming process, trimming a dog’s nails represents an opportunity to enhance your standing with clients—both canine and human.