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.
To ensure the health of both pets and staff, every grooming salon must have a comprehensive list of safe-handling policies in place.
Understanding that a cat’s ears play an essential role in its overall well-being, groomers should be prepared to contribute to their feline clients’ aural health.
Ensuring proper nail care and health is an important aspect of the grooming process and involves much more than simply trimming off the excess.
The right check-in process in the salon will go a long way in reveal much about a furry client's overall health.
The Professional Pet Groomers & Stylists Alliance unveiled new standards for the grooming industry at this year’s Groom Expo.
Mastering the use of comb attachments and proven clipper shortcuts can be key to more efficient grooming with great-looking results.
In today’s climate, when pet owners are on high alert about perceived dangers in the grooming salon, groomers need to take every precaution to protect the animals and themselves—as always.
Regular, proper maintenance of a pet’s ears is essential in protecting it from painful and dangerous infections.
Groomers and pet owners can and should form a partnership to change how dogs experience the grooming process.
If done properly, quality nail care can enhance salon loyalty, recommendations and referrals—the lifeblood of every grooming business.
Some of the industry’s most successful professional pet stylists offer five of their personal tricks for better grooming.
While a good education is essential, pet groomers must be committed to continually expanding and refreshing their knowledge base to achieve success in their profession.
Groomers can play a vital role in a pet’s healthcare by being vigilant in looking for signs of illness and referring any possible problems to a veterinarian.
Groomers can be an integral part of successfully addressing and preventing flea infestations, provided they know how to tackle the issue both in the salon and in pets’ homes.
Groomers must tend to a million little details on each pet they groom, but to a pet owner’s adoring eyes, the face is all-important.
Groomers can effectively protect themselves from being bitten by their canine clients by following 10 simple pet-handling rules in the salon.
Nail care services can be important to ensuring the health of not only a grooming salon’s canine clients, but also the business’ reputation. The key is using the right products and practices.
Offering services for cats can be lucrative for groomers who can effectively educate themselves and pet owners on this relatively unmet need.
Groomers can help customers protect themselves from the threat of fleas and ticks by providing an assortment of products that address pet owners many concerns.