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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
A short, modified Westie trim that stays true to breed standards may be the perfect groom for an aging pet.
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.
For reasons of ergonomics and precision, groomers should consider the value of adding smaller clippers, trippers and shears to their toolboxes.
With the range of ear care options available today, retailers can equip themselves with the knowledge and products to provide a solution to meet any customer’s needs.
Pet owners may not realize the value of quality at-home drying products, so retailers should seize the opportunity to offer both information and a good selection of towels and dryers.
When choosing tables, groomers should invest in products that will be reliable assets to their businesses for years to come.
To succeed in the brushes and combs category, retailers must ensure all their customers go home with just the right tool to suit their needs.
With the right selection of clippers, retailers can help any customer achieve their home-grooming goals.
Far from a superfluous touch, adding embellishments like bows and bandannas to finish off a groom lets customers know they’re valued.
When helping customers find the right products to care for their pets’ skin and coat, retailers should work from the inside out.
When it comes to grooming products, today’s pet parents aren’t compromising quality nor natural ingredients—they want it all.
Retailers can turn a profit on shampoos and conditioners by working with trusted manufacturers to stock a range of solution-oriented products.
Martha Palmer, director of Wahl Clipper Corporation’s professional animal division, discusses how pet stores can be successful in the home-grooming category.
Alyssa Guertin, brand manager for Pet-Ag, Inc., discusses the company’s commitment to enhancing the lives of “Every Animal. Every Day.”
With a little knowledge about what makes a good tub, any business can find one to suit its needs and budget.