Becoming a Professional Pet Groomer

By | February 28, 2012

This article is from a government report from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education on the Cutting Edge Pet Grooming School out of Brooklyn Center. Read on:
Is it time for a change in your career? Are you looking for a
profession that offers you endless opportunities, flexibility, has
variety and is very rewarding? A career as a Professional Pet
Groomer offers individuals a lifetime of rewards and professional
accomplishments. Skilled and knowledgeable professionals in pet
grooming
have found financial independence and a personally
rewarding profession.

If you believe that your strengths and interests include a true
affection and respect for animals and the personal skills to
effectively deal with people, then the Cutting Edge Pet Grooming
School is the next step in seeing your dreams turn to reality. The
Cutting Edge Pet Grooming School offers students a professional
pet grooming salon atmosphere as a classroom with many
hands-on instruction hours; demonstrations in first aid, CPR, pet
health, and breed specific lab hours. Cutting Edge students will
benefit from a small student to instructor ratio with plenty of
one-to-one instruction and a personal environment with quality
instructors, conducive to an excellent education in professional pet
grooming.

The Cutting Edge Pet Grooming School started in 1993 and is
licensed with the Minnesota Higher Education Service Office. The
original site was in Crystal, Minnesota and has been relocated to a
brand new facility in Brooklyn Center in 2001. Graduates of The
Cutting Edge Pet Grooming School will find a high demand for skilled
and trained professional pet groomers. The grooming course offers
students flexible start and course times that accommodate people
with full-time jobs and busy schedules.

If you are an animal lover who is interested in learning more about a
career in pet grooming, call today for further information. We invite
you to tour the grooming school, meet our instructors and observe
the grooming course.

By cuttingedgepetgroomingschool.com

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7 Comments

Shilonda Downing on February 29, 2012 at 3:00 pm.

This is a really interesting article on pet grooming and I thought the fact that the article lists “being affectionate” as one of the qualities one must have to work with pets, was spot on. Thanks!

Shilonda Downing
Virtual Work Team LLC

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Daniel Casciato on February 29, 2012 at 6:53 pm.

Good stuff, Reginald! I’ll have to share this with some friends of mine.

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Eunice Nisbett on February 29, 2012 at 10:53 pm.

Fascinating to think that someone cared enough about our pets, to ensure that those who choose to work with them are trained professionally.

Eunice Nisbett
Savvy Corporate Planners+

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admin on March 1, 2012 at 12:18 am.

Yes it really is Eunice. Thanks for your comment.

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Ann Tillage on March 6, 2012 at 1:22 pm.

Great read and sounds like a very rewarding career.

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admin on March 7, 2012 at 4:06 am.

Surprisingly it does-thank you for your comment.

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Jimbo on May 29, 2012 at 8:20 pm.

Enlightening the world, one helpful atrclie at a time.

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