Author: toptrimz

Salon design   The things to consider when planning a grooming salon:   Layout Reception area Grooming area – Make the best possible use of daylight and back it up with a spotlight and efficient artificial light, which minimizes shadows                                                               Non - slip floor   Grooming tables should have...

Choosing the Business Site From Home Mobile Van Mobile – in people’s homes   Home Visits/ Mobile           Few overheads Good for nervous dogs who do not like to separated from their owners Dictate your own hours, prices Your Security Time- getting from one location to another Expensive advertising Employee   ...

Canine Body Language                                                                                                            Happy   A happy dog will show the same signs as a calm dog. In addition, she will usually wag her tail and sometimes hold her mouth open more or even pant mildly.   Playful   A playful dog is happy and excited. Her ears are up, eyes...

  It makes owners and keepers responsible for ensuring that the welfare needs of their animals are met.   These include:   NEEDS HOW THEY AFFECT THE SALON For a suitable environment Suitable cages, ventilation, heating, bedding. For a suitable diet   Fresh water available at all times To exhibit normal behaviour patterns   Toilet breaks, space to move   ...

Coat Colour and Pattern Coat Colours     Besides a variety of coat lengths and textures, dogs also come in assorted colours—anything from white to black and every shade in between. In addition to their coat colours, there are many different patterns such as bi-colour, tri-colour, brindle, spots, harlequin,...

About The Pet Dog – parts of the dog:     Why is it important to discuss grooming and styling requirements with a customer prior grooming.                         Head shapes Skull/Snout Shapes            Doliocephalic (long-nosed)     Mesocephali        Brachycephalic     Extreme Brachycephalic (short-nosed)   Problems related to head shapes   Doliocephalic- Oronasal Fistula in Dogs....

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