The Ultimate Dog Grooming Quiz: How Much Do You TRULY Know?

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The main function of dog grooming is to: Make the dogs look their best Keep the dogs healthy Make at-home upkeep easier for the clients...

All About Double Coats – QC Pet Studies

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Grooming Considerations for Double Coats Now that you understand how to identify a dog with a double coat, you’ll need to know how to groom...

QC Pet Studies’ Top 10 Blogs of 2020

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Those who are serious about a professional career in dog grooming want to be as prepared as humanly possible. So, it comes as no...

Is Dog Grooming Hard? – QC Pet Studies

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Challenges of Dog Grooming Like we’ve said, dog grooming can come with pretty specific challenges. How many other careers count “trampled by puppies” as an...

Prepare Your Dog for Winter with These 8 Tips!

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When the temperature outside starts to plummet, does your dog get excited at playing in the snow? Or does he prefer to curl up...

How to Deal with Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

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What Causes Separation Anxiety in Dogs? Any dog can experience separation anxiety, but some breeds do seem to be more predisposed to the condition. For...

My Dog Grooming Career: 3 Common Salon Hazards

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3 Common Salon Hazards You’ll Encounter Throughout Your Dog Grooming Career 1 – Rising Tables and Elevated Tubs Rising tables and elevated tubs are two of...

El Paso Requires Dog Groomer Certification as of January 1st

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Why A Dog Groomer Certification Should Be Mandatory In a perfect world, ALL aspiring groomers would need to obtain a reputable dog groomer certification before...

3 Signs You’re Burning Out as a Professional Dog Groomer (and What to Do...

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1: You’re physically and emotionally fatigued. One of the telltale signs of burnout is exhaustion, in every sense of the word.  Physically, you feel worn out....