Though the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the ways grooming competitions are being held, there’s still no better time to enter the world of competitive grooming. 

Groomers can help pets get moisture-free faster after a bath with these drying products. 

Though it's not the most glamorous aspect of dog grooming, checking a dog's skin and coat to ensure there's no abnormalities is something every groomer should be doing.

Whether it's because of a global pandemic or lack of time, it's not always possible to get pups to the groomer on time, paving the way for at-home grooming solutions.

By enhancing a pet's natural coat and keeping a groomer's hand comfortable, this selection of brushes can improve the grooming experience for both pet and groomer.

This collection of shampoos will help a pet's fur look its best.

The “Doodle” craze is here to stay, so it is important that professional groomers are prepared to help pet parents keep these canines' coats well-maintained.

Properly marketing your salon is a must if you want to produce a steady stream of regular clients.

Anticipating a dog's moves on the grooming table will prove invaluable to increasing safety in the salon.

After a bath, soaking wet pets can dry off quicker with help from these pet-drying products.

This Chihuahua/Poodle mix named Gus provides a great example of how mixed-breed dogs give professional groomers an opportunity to get creative and bring out the personalities of our canine clients.

There's a variety of trimmer and clipper options available in today's market, tasking groomers with the mission of finding the trimmer/clipper that meets all their personal and salon needs.