Do you have an amazing pet grooming business, but you're struggling to get new customers and pets into the door? This blog post has 7 expert ideas about how to grow your business and generate revenue!

Do you have an amazing pet grooming business, but you're struggling to get new customers and pets into the door? This blog post has 7 expert ideas about how to grow your business and generate revenue!

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Whatever your groomer is charging, is worth paying instead of grooming your pet yourself. Not only is it safer for a professional to groom your pet. It is usually less stressful for you and the pet. Also any clipper worth buying will cost atleast as much if not more than it would cost to pay a professional. And don't forget the maintenance to keep your equipment sharp. And best of all your dog will look great.

Whatever your groomer is charging, is worth paying instead of grooming your pet yourself. Not only is it safer for a professional to groom your pet. It is usually less stressful for you and the pet. Also any clipper worth buying will cost atleast as much if not more than it would cost to pay a professional. And don't forget the maintenance to keep your equipment sharp. And best of all your dog will look great.

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Amazon.com: Andis Pet UltraEdge Narrow Cut Dog Clipper Blade, Size-5/8, 1/32-Inch Cut Length (64960): Pet Supplies

Amazon.com: Andis Pet UltraEdge Narrow Cut Dog Clipper Blade, Size-5/8, 1/32-Inch Cut Length (64960): Pet Supplies

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It's also been proven that dogs who are groomed every 4-6 weeks live a longer, happier life! They live a couple years longer :)

It's also been proven that dogs who are groomed every 4-6 weeks live a longer, happier life! They live a couple years longer :)

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My cheap solution for holding up sitters and strugglers on the table: pool noodle cut in half and a slip lead attached to a swivel snap hook.  I tied a loop in the lead to make it shorter.  This works great and keeps the dogs from getting rope burn on their belly.

My cheap solution for holding up sitters and strugglers on the table: pool noodle cut in half and a slip lead attached to a swivel snap hook. I tied a loop in the lead to make it shorter. This works great and keeps the dogs from getting rope burn on their belly.

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