Dog Grooming Guide : Tools & Equipment, Dog Groomer Supplies, Dog Groomer Courses, Mobile Dog Grooming, Mobile Pet Grooming Van, Dog Groomi
Overview - There is always a demand for dog grooming in almost every country in the world. It is possible to be self employed and work from home if you have the facilities, to be a mobile service or to have premises in which to work. You can be paid fro doing something you enjoy but like any business, there are guidelines to which you must adhere. Read more...
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There is always a demand for dog grooming in almost every country in the world. It is possible to be self employed and work from home if you have the facilities, to be a mobile service or to have premises in which to work. You can be paid fro doing something you enjoy but like any business, there are guidelines to which you must adhere. It does take time to learn about the different types and breeds of dog and what sort of clipping is required. There is a wide range of equipment available and a wide range of stripping and clipping styles to learn. It may be that the best way forward is to attend a course and there are many available but they are often very expensive. Sometimes day courses on particular breeds are a better option and nowadays there are a hug number of videos on the internet if it is one particular type of clipping that you need to research. What You'll Get Inside: Page 3 Safety Page 4 Hygiene Page 5 Equipment - Baths Page 5 Grooming Tables Page 6 Dryers Page 7 Clippers Page 7 Scissors Page 8 Combs Page 9 Brushes Page 9 Stripping knives Page 9 Shampoos and Conditioners Page 10 Ears, Eyes, Nails, Anal Glands and Teeth Page 11 Bathing Page 11 Drying Page 12 Grooming Page 13 Brushing, Clipping and Rolling Page 14 Thinning and Stripping Page 15 Types of Coat- Corded, Curly and Medium Length Page 16 Long Coated and Short Haired Breeds Page 16 Short Haired (Continued) and Stripped Breeds Page 17 Clipped and Trimmed Breeds Page 17 Thick Coated Breeds Page 20 Courses, Videos Page 21 Books and Prices Page 22 Franchises Take a Sneak Peak Inside: "Drying With heavy coated breeds a power blaster is the best way to take out the excess moisture but never blow into the skin. Blow in the direction that the coat grows and brush in the same direction. This system would never be used on a poodle or breeds that need specialist treatment. It would make the coat crinkle and be hard to trim into shape. Instead you would separate each piece of hair as a hairdresser would do and blow into shape over a brush. Breeds that need a flat appearance like English Setters or Golden Retrievers should be brushed into shape as they dry. Short or smooth coated breeds are suitable fro cage dryers or even toweled and kept in a warm room." Buy Now & Become Dog Grooming Expert Today