A "How To" canine styling book designed for those who have absolutely no dog grooming experience, but wish to learn... and earn!
'How to Make Big Money Grooming Small Dogs' is virtually a home study course in one volume. Written by a well known authority and educational director of one of the first state licensed dog grooming trade schools in Pennsylvania and one of the first in the country. The author, with over 30 years of experience gives expert instruction and teaches the most amateur pet enthusiast how to control and style pets without the use of dangerous drugs, grooming posts and nooses, or inconsiderate treatment. It includes tips, tricks, and professional secrets never before disclosed to any except registered students. The book includes a free written consultation guidance form for any of the subject content, and introduces newly patented specialty tools for groomers. The absolute amateur guide to profitable, professional canine styling!
|Publisher:||Protective Specialties Development Group|
|Product dimensions:||8.49(w) x 11.02(h) x 0.55(d)|
Read an Excerpt
...The author spent many months reviewing and revising drafts of the text and his portfolio of sketches. The goal? To produce instructions and illustrations so accurate, that when processed into graphics, would clearly translate his precise directions. With this precision and clarity achieved, the student-reader could easily understand and practice the lessons given. The end result is a book that delivers dog grooming and styling instructions previously unavailable at any price.
What People are Saying About This
"I highly recommend it! The thorough easy to understand text and uniquely detailed illustrations make Mr. Whitman's book required reading for the aspiring pet groomer as well as those wishing to maintain their own pet!" --Jeffrey L. Reynolds, Executive Director National Dog Groomers Association of America
"I think this book is excellant! It is practical comprehensive, and easy to follow... both text and illustrations. Not only is it enjoyable reading, but the concern for the comfort and well being for the animal is obvious. I only wish more guides were so well written." --Elaine Skypala, Director of Operations Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
"A wonderful book fo anyone who wants to learn to groom dogs." --Rich Sporing, District Slaes Manager Oster/Sunbeam Corportation, Professional Clipper Manufacturer