BALANCE Dog grooming in my professional opinion is all about balance from the way you speak to people to the style of cut you desire. When you … Continue reading What Should You Expect From A First Visit To A Pet Stylist
~ sheen~ Its been a while, I have been busy drowning out the sound of responsibility while creating new priorities I cannot complete in a timely manner, throwing myself back into dog shows and itching to purchase another dog all while juggling family, friends, business and a vacation my schedule has been time-consuming to say … Continue reading Doses Of Me
"I think the most frustrating thing about pet styling is the lack of knowledge within the industry and the publics misconceptions of what it takes to become a respected professional pet stylist"
I know I have taken dogs from other local stylists and they have taken what I would call "mine". I also know that there is an ethical and honest way to do it. Sometimes it’s "another one bites the dust" others it’s like "what did I do?" Some like the ones I’ll touch on in … Continue reading Thinking Of Changing My Pets Stylist
Each year during the holidays it’s the same situation, we have to turn away last minute people who get their dogs done ONCE if that every year, sometimes two and three years go by. They are matted, flea infested, sometimes sick, almost never have shots and we are expected by the "owners" to fix, shave, … Continue reading Twas The Week Before Christmas
I had a moment today unlike any other that iv had. I don't get silenced often I never am at a loss for words or struggle to muster up something to say to my clients owners. Iv been in this situation before,im trained to be ethical. Over the last few months iv had tragic things happen … Continue reading The Last Groom
When you are educated more so then the owner on their dog they feel confident in trusting your word on the style you give..