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Professional Grooming

14/03/2018

How Dryers & Blasters Affect Your Hearing: What You Need To Know As A Groomer

Did you know that as a groomer, you could be at risk of noise-induced hearing loss? Here’s why, and how you can stay safe! One thing that we can all agree on is that grooming salons can be very noisy places! There are plenty of factors that add to the melting pot; phones ringing, dogs barking, clippers buzzing… but there are a couple of big offenders – dryers and blasters! Often when we buy a blaster or dryer, our first consideration when it comes to noise is; ‘How will my... Read More

22/02/2018
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Top Tips To Help Save A Matted Dog Coat

Whether you’re a professional groomer or you’re caring for your dog’s coat at home, there’s nothing worse than feeling their coat and discovering a whole load of mats. Mats can cause so many problems for your dog, from skin irritation to stress and discomfort and can result in their entire coat needing to be shaved. At Groomers, we want to keep your dog looking and feeling their best, so we’ve pulled together our top tips to hopefully prevent your dog’s coat getting matted. Table of contents: Can matted dog hair... Read More

28/01/2018

Six Coat Issues & How to Fix Them With Shampoo!

It’s National Pet Wellness Month this October, and what better way to start than with making sure that the skin and coat looks and feels fantastic? Dog coats come in many forms, and as a groomer, you might come up with coats that are actually quite difficult to manage. But don’t worry, we’re here to help with a few shampoos that should make your life easier! Problem #1: Greasiness Luckily for you, there are plenty of degreasing shampoos to choose from. Our favourites are Groomers Tangerine and Grapefruit Shampoo, Groomers... Read More

12/01/2018

How To Groom Greasy Haired Dogs

Greasy, dirty dog hair can sometimes be really difficult to tame, especially when you’re trying to create perfection! Here are our top tips to help you get that all-important professional finish on greasy hair: Bathing First, you need a squeaky clean base. A good degreaser like Chubbs bars or Julie Harris Signature Strip Down Shampoo should do it. If the hair is really greasy, why not begin with a pre-wash? Use one of our Value range shampoos or our Intensives range to wash out shed hair, dirt and other nasties... Read More