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groom

noun A man newly married, or about to be.

verb To prepare a person for a particular job or role.
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As I'm walking out, this lady comes up to me and said she's been waiting for an hour to see who's [sic] dog this was because of how mean the groomer was to her," Vowers said.
Along with Groomer of the Year, the Special Industry Awards also include Shelter of the Year and Trainer of the Year.
With experience and qualifications, you could become self-employed and work from home or become a mobile groomer, visiting owners' ' homes.
TRAINING Dog groomers need practical training either by working alongside an experienced dog groomer or training at a private dog grooming training centre.
The fluctuating jail population is a challenge for Icenogle, who never knows how many groomers she will have to serve the clients that come in.
As the capacity and popularity of the groomers developed, Keweenaw Research Center, a division of Michigan Tech University that specializes in snow research, recognized the Ebert's Sur-TracTM groomer as a perfect fit for a government project in Antarctica.
The 21-year-old from Bucks Hill, Hartshill, joined hundreds of groomers in the Pet Care Trust awards, which were held in Derby.
PETsMART is spending pounds 100,000 launching Britain's first apprenticeship scheme for dog groomers.
2 providing a groomer with a winch to prepare the ski slopes of St.
The Groomer SuperShow, a key element of the SuperZoo trade show in Las Vegas Nevada, is attracting enthusiastic international attention with its impressive combination of competitions, celebrity speakers, educational opportunities, awards, entertainment and product exhibitions.
You could find work with a qualified, experienced groomer and do training on the job.
Chelsea Thompson, of Flockton, won the Kennel Club Young Dog Groomer of the Year award in the Up to 12 years old category at Crufts.