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groom

1. a person employed to clean and look after horses
2. any of various officers of a royal or noble household
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PRETTY Paws Grooming Salon in Thongsbridge is home to Alison Rogers, who currently holds the title of European Grand Champion groomer.
8220;Michell's passion for passing along her knowledge led her to open “The Grooming Tutor” where she has been proudly educating groomers since 2000.
To be a dog groomer, you should have the ability to handle dogs firmly but gently, the ability to calm and control nervous dogs and patience and attention to detail.
Before starting to groom the dog, groomers inspect its coat and look for any skin problems.
Kelly is a member of the National Dog Groomers Association.
These talented and quirky groomers live together in a swanky Los Angeles loft, aka "The Doghouse," which can sometimes be too close for comfort.
Agnes Murphy - International Groomer of the Year in 2005 - will give a seminar on worth how to give your pet that trendy hairdo.
What she swears by is the calming effect the dogs seem to have on their groomers, a ``softening'' she sees every day.
Again, the potential of this untapped market led the business into manufacturing snow trail groomers by merging the company's structural custom-building, modifying and repairing expertise with its farm equipment sales.
Once they have some experience many dog groomers set up on their own What are the hours like?
A NUNEATON groomer has proved he is top dog after scooping two first prizes in a canine competition.
Chief executive Giles Clarke says: "We desperately need dog groomers all over the country - and we need lots of them.