With the changing pet care industry, it can be hard to stay on top of all the new technology, techniques, and other abilities this day and age has to offer. However, with these new things comes the capability to care for our grooming tasks in a way that’s safer and more efficient. When it comes to our four-legged friends, we all want the best for them. High-end combs and brushes can make their lives and our lives easier, especially when it comes to especially fussy pets or tight scheduling. There are tons of benefits to investing in these top quality grooming tools; here are just a few:
We’ve all had those occasions where our expectations are not aligned with the outcome we receive. A lot of the times, groomers may experience this with clients who aren’t well-versed with your grooming routine. An experienced groomer has a clear idea of what each pet is going to look like but clients don’t always have that advantage. Here are our tips and tricks for dealing of the aftermath of that disappointed customer and curbing the worst of the issues that may arise. After you spend a little time reading, you’ll have mastered the art of setting expectations.
For those of you who are curious about professional pet grooming, it is indeed a great field of study and practice to get involved with. Of course people will think and ask you how many times you will be bitten by the random dogs that come inside your workplace, but if you know what you are doing, you should not be getting dog bites every week, eventually leading to the resignation of your pet grooming profession. Dog handling in the professional world is all about technique, and after years of practice, you’ll love dogs more and more. Dog bites do happen on occasion, but most of the time because the animal is scared of not knowing who the groomer is and being involved in a different environment that the dog is not familiar with.
A part of being a great groomer is knowing how to cultivate great relationships with your furry clientele, their owners, and a veterinarian. Many new, and even some seasoned, groomers don’t realize the importance of establishing a good relationship with a vet in their area, but the truth is, this is one of the most important relationships you can have. At Merryfield School of Pet Grooming we believe that a good vet and groomer relationship can be mutually beneficial.
At the Merryfield School of Pet Grooming we emphasize four different aspects of pet grooming: confidence, accuracy, skill, and speed. While we train all of our students on all these different aspects at our South Florida pet grooming school, we do get an overwhelming amount of inquiries from students regarding how they can improve their pet grooming speed. While we don’t recommend trying to speed up your grooming time simply for a chance to earn more money, we do believe that everyone can benefit from a few tips on how to groom faster, especially once skills and accuracy have been refined. Read the rest of this entry →
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Happy Holidays from Merryfield Dog Grooming Fort Lauderdale, FL
Happy Thanksgiving to all our clients. Give thanks for all that you have and cherish what really matters in life to you. Have a safe holiday vacation and enjoy time with your family. It’s not what we say about our blessings , but how we use them, is the true measure of our thanksgiving . If your family is far away don’t forget to send HappyThanksgiving greetings card, they will surely be thankful. Remember not to eat a big breakfast in order to save room for the turkey and sweet potato pies. We thank you for your business and are very happy that you are our loyal clients.
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