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New Year’s Resolutions for My Dog Grooming Career

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Grooming shop plans

With working in a shop setting, you’re always around people. People to help you if you’re stuck on what to do with a dog, people to tell you that your dog’s ears look uneven. I love having that help and support from the other groomers. I know in the coming year we have some exciting ideas to improve our shop.

We, as a team, are always looking to improve our grooming skills and how we can run our shop more smoothly, as well. I know one of our biggest hopes in the coming year is to expand or find a bigger shop! With our shop team growing (groomers, employees and more dogs!) we are starting to outgrow our current location. It would be a huge plus to have more room to conduct our grooms and accommodate more doggies in the building.

We’re always looking for new and ambitious groomers or people who are willing to take a dog grooming course after they’ve been hired as well. We love being able to teach people how to groom a dog, how it can help the dog and all the styles and techniques out there. So, hopefully, with a bigger building comes new groomers!

Overall, making this New Year great in our working environment is all I can ask for. Learning lots, connecting with our clients and our co-workers, and just enjoying being a dog groomer. I can’t wait to see what’s 2019 brings!

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