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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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Andis, an exclusive sponsor of the Groomer of the Year Award, presents the honor to Evans in recognition of her significant accomplishments in professional canine grooming.
With experience and qualifications, you could become self-employed and work from home or become a mobile groomer, visiting owners' ' homes.
See the Pet Care Trust website for a list of groomers and further details of training centres.
While Simon ran around the enclosure outside, Grizz's groomer finished and cleaned up his table.
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.
Around five groomers are needed per store, with the company looking for grooming assistants and supervisors.
McLaughlin was a strong supporter of groomers and was instrumental in creating the Companion Animal Hygienist (CAH) groomer certification program.
You could find work with a qualified, experienced groomer and do training on the job.
These self-proclaimed best groomers will live together in a swanky Los Angeles loft the "Dog House;" work elbow-to-elbow in one salon; and face grooming challenges that range from styling pups for their runway debut to grooming some of the most exotic dog breeds to making adoptable pups look their fetchingly best for new homes.
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.
Some area pet groomers say they support the proposed grading system.