Grooming

by Carol Visser on Sep 1, 2015
“Standard four-legged folding tables may still have their place in the grooming industry, but that place is usually as a spare table. The variety of table-top sizes available is a benefit, and folding tables that can be adjusted in height are certainly useful, but that usefulness is limited by their inability to be adjusted while a dog is on them. Ultimately, their primary appeal today is that they are portable and inexpensive.Tables, however, are one…”

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by Carol Visser on Aug 1, 2015
“Few pet owners realize exactly how much work maintaining their animal’s coat is going to be. In the golden glow of new pet ownership, especially, everything looks easy. Being told, “he will need to be brushed daily” simply conjures up idyllic images of sitting on the couch with an Old…”
by Carol Visser on Jun 30, 2015
“With the economy still not what it was 10 years ago, many budget-conscious dog owners are choosing to groom their pets themselves rather than spend money at a salon. This has spelled opportunity for retailers that sell brushes, combs, dematting tools and other fairly simple grooming items. However, these days,…”
by Carol Visser on May 28, 2015
“Why do groomers need to gild the lily of their work, so to speak, by adding bows, bandannas and other bling as finishing accents? Doesn’t the work stand for itself? Groomers do it to send a message: “I think your dog is special. You and your pet are worth a…”
by Carol Visser on Apr 27, 2015
“Spring is here, and summer is just around the corner, ushering in the season of allergies and fleas. Retailers, therefore, should be ready to help customers by providing solutions to the skin and coat care issues that are so common this time of year.Dogs are more likely to exhibit sensitivity…”