Some prerequisites to your dog grooming course include being passionate about canine welfare and a drive for lifelong learning. But now that you’ve gotten your dog grooming certification, what’s next? With a number of career paths for dog groomers, it can be tough figuring out which one is right for you.

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  • Marte says:

    Had my dog groomed this weekend- I had to board him because I was having surgery and wouldn”t be able to walk him, and it comes with a hefty discount on grooming, and I get a happy fluffy puppy back instead of the mogwai-looking mutt I took in. I was pleased, and tipped appropriately , and will use them again in the future. My dog seems to like it there.

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