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Change???

How do we get pet owners to change the way they look at grooming their pets? How do we change the different mentalities. The mentality of ‘a dog can groom itself.’ The mentality of ‘a dog doesn’t need to be bathed anymore than once a...
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It Feels So Good…..

….when a customer listens to you and takes your advice. Six weeks ago I groomed one of my favorite dogs. (I have a lot of favorites lol) This dog is a little Wesite. She has got the sweetest personality. She also has a really nice...
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A Question For My Blog Readers

I was wondering if my readers (whoever is left after my long absence lol) would be interested in me doing posts on each and every step of the grooming process. I mean in very detailed steps. From beginning to end. One post for each step....
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Dog Escapes Backyard And Heads Straight for the Train

A 4-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Clyde, is now resting safe at home after an independent, 21-mile train adventure.Clyde was out in the backyard early one morning when he noticed a side gate had been blown open. He seized the opportunity and started his sole adventure....
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Feeling Annoyed

I am sorry. I feel like all of my new posts here lately have been full of a bunch of complaining. Before I start this new post tonight I would like to thank those who responded to my question yesterday. I will start working on...
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What’s in a Name?

Have you ever called a customers dog by the wrong name by accident and then spent the next five minutes apologizing and trying to explain, to the highly offended pet owner, why you called their furbaby the wrong name, knowing full well that they will...
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(Banging Head Against Wall)

I mentioned last week that I was restructuring the way I charge for grooms. I truly thought that I had come up with a really fair pricing structure that was not too complicated and pet owners would understand. I was still working on this new...
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BREAKING: Deadly Dog Flu Outbreak Hits Highest Levels Since 2015

It’s extremely contagious and can lead to death if not treated immediately.The symptoms include coughing fits, fever, mucous discharge, fever, loss of appetite, and sluggishness. And it’s getting worse.An epidemic as threatening as the canine flu virus currently spreading around the Bay Area in California...
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