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Sunday Programs

Taking Care of You, the Groomer

Judy Hudson

Judy will share what she has learned over her 30+ year career that has enabled her to continue to groom 10-12 dogs a day, pain free. Topics will include exercises she does to stay strong in this physically demanding job, inflammatory foods you should steer clear of, and things you should do for your peace of mind.

Difficult Dog Certificate Course

Macie Pisa

Join Macie for this very informative “Difficult Dog” certificate course. First, she will talk about types of bad dogs. Second, she will introduce all the tools on the market that will help you with these dogs. Then, she will show you how to work through the most common challenges with canines and take questions for special cases. Lastly, she will talk about when to say “when” and how to diffuse a dog, a client and a situation altogether. You’ll learn everything you need to know to stay glad even when they're bad!

Big and Beautiful: The Standard Poodle

Jay Scruggs

If there's a single breed that you're certain to find coming to you for grooming, it's the Poodle. All of them—no matter what trim style their owners select—should be elegant, well-balanced, and scissored. Grooming difficult feet, achieving a beautiful topknot, and getting that overall balanced look are not the easiest tasks in the world. Jay will demonstrate techniques and short cuts, provide timesaving tips, and show you how to do quick and stylish everyday pet trims.

Giving Your Pet Schnauzer the Puppy Look

Elizabeth Gibbs

Do you ever have clients ask you, “Why does my Schnauzer look so mean?” There is a way to make them look more “friendly,” and Elizabeth will show you all the ways to make your pet Schnauzers look like puppies! She will soften the expression that can sometimes make them look tough and switch to a modified Schnauzer trim.