Like all art, Grooming takes time, effort and a lot of glam! I have been working as a bather for a month and a half now. I am learning the art of grooming, as well as the groomers obedience trainer for their clients. So far I have learned a few things like the wash cycle of dogs, and why once a month wash is need, as well as nail clipping tips. I know I am not the only dog owner who hates to clip nails.
The MVP in the Grooming salon are the bathers! Yes the bathers, they are generally the first person to handle the dog next to the receptionist. The groomers a key but with out a bather they would have to wash, dry, brush/comb, and more before they actually start the cutting process. As important of a proper cut, you will most defiantly need a proper bath. If the dog is still wet, has soap or conditioner, or is not brushed out well another bath will be need to allow the hair to set in a way for the perfect cut.
Stay tuned for ask the groomer! where frequently ask questions will be answered and more!