Innovation in the dryer category has made grooming salons safer and more efficient than ever, but it has also made the process of selecting the right equipment more challenging.
Shears can be a dog groomer’s best friend, but they should have the right fit with an ergonomic design in order to make the cut.
Finding brushes and combs that are right not only for a canine client’s coat, but also for a pet stylist’s comfort and budget, will play an important role in producing a high-quality groom.
Considering all of the things that can go wrong in and around the tub, it is clear that grooming salons need to make sure that the environment is safe and bathers are well trained.
Holly Gibson, marketing and innovation manager for Shor-Line, discusses the company’s approach of combining durability and ergonomics when designing equipment for the grooming salon.
Mastering the use of comb attachments and proven clipper shortcuts can be key to more efficient grooming with great-looking results.
Today’s containment systems boast an array of constructions options, colors and features, helping to make the grooming experience as comfortable as possible for pets.
The lift technology incorporated into today’s tables and tubs makes the grooming process more efficient and less grueling.
Selecting the shampoos and conditioners for use in the grooming salon is about more than just getting a pet clean; it is about providing the right care for the pet’s skin and coat.
Given the important role that clippers and trimmers play in a professional groomer’s arsenal, it is essential that these pieces of equipment are chosen and maintained carefully.
There are a handful of tools that every groomer will need to effectively and efficiently work on feline clients.
Exhibitors at Intergroom 2014 highlighted a wide variety of products fit for even the most discerning grooming salons. Grooming Business takes a look at some of the top items featured at the show.
Grooming tables and lifts are among the most important pieces of equipment in the pet salon, which makes careful selection, safe operation and regular maintenance vital.
Professional pet groomers sound off on the most vital features they look for when purchasing a pair of shears and how they make sure these important grooming tools are kept in tip-top shape.
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.
Salons that complement a good retail selection of grooming brushes and combs with sound advice on how to choose and use these grooming tools will prove invaluable in helping clients maintain their pets’ coats between appointments.
Having the right tub and bathing equipment is key to having a cost- and time-efficient grooming business.
Manufacturers strive to make drying as comfortable, safe and effective as possible with these noteworthy products.
Over the past three decades, the clipper market has expanded to include a broad range of options designed to meet groomers’ various needs and preferences.
While groomers can research the composition and benefits of various products on the market, selecting the right lineup of shampoos and conditioners for use in the salon is really a matter of trial and error.