Nail trimming services can benefit both pet parents and salons-groomers need only the right equipment and the proper skills to provide the service safely and efficiently.
Innovations by clipper manufacturers and better pet grooming habits among clients have made small trimmers more versatile than ever.
While they still offer a pampering proposition, spa-type pet grooming products are more focused on delivering solutions.
Stocking a variety of drying solutions will not go unappreciated by customers-thankfully, the market has plenty to offer.
Once considered frou-frou and frivolous, bows, bling and other accessories are important to customers and good for sales.
Retailers can give sales a hair-raising boost by refreshing their shampoo and conditioner assortments with the latest products on the market.
Skin and coat issues can be treated with a variety of products that tackle the problem either topically or internally. Retailers should stock an assortment that includes both to address customers' needs.
Assembling the right selection of spa products and offering them in an exciting, eye-popping way, is the key to realizing the potential of this growing category.
With a little help from retailers stocked with between-bath sprays and wipes, pet owners will not need to coax their pets into the tub quite so often.
Choosing the perfect bathing system comes down to understanding the benefits and features each offers and how they differ.
Retailers that offer pet owners the best tools and some helpful tips to minimize shedding issues, and keep pets' coats healthy and shiny are likely to earn customers' gratitude and loyalty.
Having the right tub and bath-time accessories eases the process for groomers and pets, alike.
By serving as a reliable resource of information and supplies in the nail-care category, retailers can help customers keep pets' nails in top-notch shape, while boosting sales.
Restraining difficult dogs is challenge for every groomer, and every groomer needs to seek his or her own solution.
Retailers that are not selling drying and finishing products are missing out on an important slice of the grooming supplies business.
Groomers should take stock of their personal needs and preferences, as well as the various options available, when deciding what type of grooming table to purchase.
Informed retailers who understand the shampoos and conditioners on their shelves can help customers find the right product to solve almost any skin or coat issue.
Not only do groomers need to have the best clipper for the job, they need to know how to use it for great results, as well as optimal comfort.
The market is brimming with a healthy assortment of between-bath products and waterless cleansers designed to keep the family pet smelling good every day.
Salons need to consider the safety of the pets they service, as well, as their own needs, when choosing containment systems.