Keep Fido looking his best with this
introductory dog grooming course. Grooming is one of your dog's basic
needs and an important part of dog ownership. Just like people, dogs
need physical maintenance to look and feel their best. You'll learn
about basic nail, foot, eye, ear and coat care. Dog nutrition and basic
first aid will also be discussed.
The instructor Donna Linihan will use her demonstration dogs for the workshop.
"Besides being very professional, knowledgeable and helpful, she (Donna Linihan) is a very friendly person and an excellent teacher. In addition to the techniques of dog grooming she provided lots of useful information about general dog care. I have recommended the workshop to several dog-owning friends." - George Strunz
Instructor: Donna Linihan
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dates: Saturday, May 4, 2013 (1 day - Total of 6 hours, with 1 hour lunch break)
Location: The Barking Lot, 880 Hanwell Rd Click here for map.
Course fee: $75 (+HST)
About the Instructor: Donna Linihan has been a certified Groomer for eight years. She ran her own grooming business in Nova Scotia for four years, before her husband was recently transferred to Fredericton. In addition, Donna has taught grooming tips at local churches in Nova Scotia and has been a volunteer with the SPCA for over six years.
For more information
Please contact Alison Howells at 452-6360
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