Grooming

by Carol Visser on Nov 1, 2013
“        While it is obvious to pet professionals that a pet’s ears should be regularly cared for, it is not necessarily apparent to the pet owner. In fact, it doesn’t occur to many dog or cat caretakers to look into their pets’ ears until there is a noticeable problem—odor, discharge or clear indications of discomfort. However, retailers and groomers can help customers prevent these problems by educating them on when, why, how…”

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by Carol Visser on Oct 1, 2013
“    Almost every pet salon includes nail trimming as part of the grooming process, and many offer it as an add-on service. It is, after all, an excellent and valuable benefit to provide customers. In order to make the most of the service, however, salon owners have to accomplish…”
by Carol Visser on Sep 1, 2013
“    Groomers are always on the lookout for something that will make our work faster, easier and better. Whether it is a tip from another groomer or a new piece of equipment, we all look for ways to improve our craft. Maybe it’s a change in how we hold…”
by Nora Caley on Aug 1, 2013
“For humans, going to the spa once meant a few days of pampering, perhaps a luxurious mini vacation. Now people who seek these services are likely to visit a day spa for a few hours and get a massage to relieve aches and pains or a facial to alleviate skin…”
by Carol Visser on Aug 1, 2013
“Drying products are not only useful for preventing muddy paws from tracking in the house and on furniture, but also to help prevent skin issues such as hot spots. Damp dog fur creates an ideal environment for fungal and bacterial infections to begin. Thankfully, prevention is easy—keep dogs dry. Retailers…”