Grooming

by Carol Visser on Sep 1, 2014
“Professional groomers spend most of their day standing at a table drying, brushing or styling, so a table may be among the most important piece of equipment they purchase. Of course, theoretically any safe and solid surface would do, but selecting a table designed with both pets and groomers in mind is likely to be the best route. There is no argument that tables that move readily up and down are better and safer for…”

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by Carol Visser on Jul 31, 2014
“As pet owners increasingly tackle the business of grooming in their own homes, brushes, combs and other important grooming products, have become mainstays of a pet retailer’s assortment. However, storeowners must keep in mind that there are two vital facets to keeping this segment of sales flowing. One is making…”
by Carol Visser on Jul 1, 2014
“As consumers continue to seek ways to cut costs, many pet owners are either grooming their animals at home or giving them touch-ups to extend the time between expensive trips to the groomer. Retailers should consider carrying tools to enable this trend, and chief among these tools is the clipper.…”
by Carol Visser on Jun 1, 2014
“Go to almost any professional grooming competition these days and there will be a creative styling class. Dogs of multiple breeds will be chiseled with clippers, colored with chalks and shaped with scissors into entirely different animals. Sometimes, they are even transformed to represent other-worldly themes—westerns, SeaWorld or The Simpsons,…”
by Carol Visser on May 1, 2014
“    The skin and coat care category, approached correctly, can be one of the easier sells for a pet retailer. All dogs have skin and coat, and most owners want them to look and feel their very best. This means the owners of all types of dogs—big or small,…”