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Dog Groomer-More Than A Career

This article lists 10  reasons Professional Dog Groomers find the work they do offers more than just a career. Dog groomers play an important role by providing both care and educatoin to the families of the pets they service. The impact professional groomers have spans deeper than a bath and a style. As subject matter experts, professional groomers see their regular customers every six weeks. That is more often than most pets visit their veterinarian, and may be more frequent than the pet parent see’s their own hair dresser. There is a trusting relationship that builds between the groomer and the pet parent through the life of the pet. The groomer becomes their advisor on all things pet related, from care, to health, to behavior. The specialized knowledge required of good groomers promises that as long as they keep themselves updated and healthy, they will be high in demand, where ever they choose to work or travel.

There are few occupations that offer the diverse working opportunities available to professional groomers, including low start up cost for those wishing to build their own business. A good education in Professional grooming can be achieved at a licensed school in less than 6 months For those who love  animals, and helping people, you may find a career in Pet Grooming is your dream job waiting to happen. ~LINDA HEALY

Professional dog grooming is a rapidly expanding industry that provides steady employment for many animal lovers. Are you considering a career as a professional dog groomer? Here are some of the top reasons that candidates are drawn to this particular career path:

1. Working With Dogs on a Daily Basis

Dog groomers get to work with dogs every day, which is certainly a big incentive for dog lovers! This is a job with a high level of hands-on contact.

Groomers can also work exclusively with a particular breed of interest if they so choose.

2. Promoting Pet Health

Groomers provide valuable health related services such as trimming nails, bathing, cleaning ears, and checking for skin conditions.They can inform the owner of any unusual changes or observable problems with a pet’s health so that they can be brought to the attention of a qualified veterinarian.

3. Flexible Schedule

Groomers have the luxury of setting any work….

Read More: https://www.thebalance.com/top-reasons-to-become-a-dog-groomer-125725

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