Professional Cat & Dog Grooming
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Charity Update 2014
To date we have raised £4,689 cash from collection boxes, sales of tablet and raffles for several
various charities including SPCA, PDSA, Glasgow Vet School, Bearsden Dog Training Club and Guide Dogs for the blind
We also collected toys, old collars, leads, towels, food, treats etc for the local SPCA animal shelter in Milton who have been delighted. Collection box in salon.
A big thanks to all who donated would like to thank all our generous customers for their continued support.
Cindy Williams has achieved the City & Guilds Intermediate dog groomers Qualification in 2014.
She now aims to continue with her studies to complete the Advanced exams.
MORAG HAS ACCEPTED AS AN ACCREDITED PETCARE PROFESSIONAL. THE FIRST IN GLASGOW
We have always been committed to continual improvement, qualifications and improving our customer services. We have made some mistakes in the past and learned from them. It takes years to build up experience and become a skilled groomer. Through learning breed specifics, animal handling techniques, animal First Aid and many other aspects of the grooming business for example, pets in our care and our staff are less stressed.
Safety is very important. There is a plethora of confusing qualifications and now the public can check out the scheme and the register.
I am absolutely delighted to be recognized and accepted as a business who has strived to continually improve and learn all aspects of grooming and animal welfare.
Morag feeling chuffed to bits after recently passing all her Advanced City & Guilds Dog Grooming Qualifications.
This nationally accredited qualification is the leading qualification throughout the entire grooming industry and was developed in conjunction with the British Dog Groomers Association.
In October 2007. Morag, Vera, and Lyn
all gained a Petcare Trust First Aid Qualification.
Glenbrae Veterinary Centre
We are proud to be in close liaison with Glenbrae Veterinary Centre and are taking part in their Puppy classes.
We are introducing a grooming session to teach new owners how to groom and correctly handle their pets.
We have also negotiated a reduced rate for customers who require regular medicated baths due to skin ailments.
Doggie Dawdle 2007
Lyn with her Border Collie Ben
completed the Doggie Dawdle for the Glasgow Vet School new animal hospital.
They raised £250 and will have a brick with Pawcasso's name built into the new building.
Charity Update 2007
In 2007 we raised £550 for various charities including SPCA, PDSA,
Glasgow Vet School and Bearsden Dog Training Club.
To date we have raised £1.419 and would like to thank all our generous customers for their support.