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TRAINING: Training courses are available on a one to one basis, with days and hours to suit my students.   I usually train students two or three days a week, spread out over three to four months as I cannot possibly see how anyone can be taught to groom a dog properly and to a very high standard, in only a couple of weeks.  I want whoever I train to be happy and confident in grooming and handling dogs before they leave my salon.  The training I will give you will be the foundation for you to go forward to take your City & Guilds in Dog Grooming. Dog grooming embraces everything involved in caring for a dog.  This includes all aspects of hygiene, cleaning and physical appearance.  All dogs should be groomed, no matter what size or breed but, you should take into consideration the age, health and wellbeing of the dog.  Grooming a dog will help it to keep healthy and happy. When training to groom dogs, you will be taught the correct way to shampoo, dry, clip and trim either your own dog or other people’s dogs.  Each dog is different, as are the grooming techniques and styles.  Training also involves the practical considerations, such as how to handle a dog during grooming, its traits, if it has any physical or behavioral issues.  You will be taught how to help put the dog at ease which will make it better for both you and the dog. Twenty years ago I was very fortunate to be trained by Chris McKay, she was brilliant at handling dogs and able to groom them to perfection.   Once I had finished my training, she was always at the end of the phone if I ever needed any help or advice. I am proud to mention Ann Stevenson whom I trained a few years ago. She now has her own business in Liverpool – ‘Ultimutt Dog Groomers’. OPENING HOURS: I usually start my grooming at 10.00 am from Tuesday to Friday each week, but I can be flexible, on demand. As I groom the dog on a one to one basis and have no help, depending on the size and condition of the dog, I can groom between three and five dogs a day. I show all my ‘clients’ owners how to maintain their dog in between cuts.

Training

Training courses are available on a one to one basis, with days and hours to suit my students.   I usually train students two or three days a week, spread out over three to four months as I cannot possibly see how anyone can be taught to groom a dog properly and to a very high standard, in only a couple of weeks.  I want whoever I train to be happy and confident in grooming and handling dogs before they leave my salon.  The training I will give you will be the foundation for you to go forward to take your City & Guilds in Dog Grooming.
Dog grooming embraces everything involved in caring for a dog.  This includes all aspects of hygiene, cleaning and physical appearance.  All dogs should be groomed, no matter what size or breed but, you should take into consideration the age, health and wellbeing of the dog.  Grooming a dog will help it to keep healthy and happy. When training to groom dogs, you will be taught the correct way to shampoo, dry, clip and trim either your own dog or other people’s dogs.  Each dog is different, as are the grooming styles.   Training also involves the practical considerations, such as how to handle a dog during grooming, its traits, if it has any physical or behavioral issues.  You will be taught how to help put the dog at ease which will make it better for both you and the dog. Twenty years ago I was very fortunate to be trained by Chris McKay, she was brilliant at handling dogs and able to groom them to perfection.   Once I had finished my training, she was always at the end of the phone if I ever needed any help or advice.
OPENING HOURS: I usually start my grooming at 10.00 am from Tuesday to Friday each week, but I can be flexible, on demand. As I groom the dog on a one to one basis and have no help, depending on the size and condition of the dog, I can groom between three and five dogs a day. I show all my ‘clients’ owners how to maintain their dog in between cuts.

Training

Training courses are available on a one to one basis, with days and hours to suit my students.   I usually train students two or three days a week, spread out over three to four months as I cannot possibly see how anyone can be taught to groom a dog properly and to a very high standard, in only a couple of weeks.  I want whoever I train to be happy and confident in grooming and handling dogs before they leave my salon.  The training I will give you will be the foundation for you to go forward to take your City & Guilds in Dog Grooming.
Dog grooming embraces everything involved in caring for a dog.  This includes all aspects of hygiene, cleaning and physical appearance.  All dogs should be groomed, no matter what size or breed but, you should take into consideration the age, health and wellbeing of the dog.  Grooming a dog will help it to keep healthy and happy. When training to groom dogs, you will be taught the correct way to shampoo, dry, clip and trim either your own dog or other people’s dogs.  Each dog is different, as are the grooming styles.   Training also involves the practical considerations, such as how to handle a dog during grooming, its traits, if it has any physical or behavioral issues.  You will be taught how to help put the dog at ease which will make it better for both you and the dog. Twenty years ago I was very fortunate to be trained by Chris McKay, she was brilliant at handling dogs and able to groom them to perfection.   Once I had finished my training, she was always at the end of the phone if I ever needed any help or advice.
OPENING HOURS: I usually start my grooming at 10.00 am from Tuesday to Friday each week, but I can be flexible, on demand. As I groom the dog on a one to one basis and have no help, depending on the size and condition of the dog, I can groom between three and five dogs a day. I show all my ‘clients’ owners how to maintain their dog in between cuts.
I am proud to mention Ann Stevenson whom I trained a few years ago.   She now has her own business in Liverpool – ‘Ultimutt Dog Groomers’.
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