Dog Groomers Share What Their Career Is LikeDog groomers are in a tough business. Think of how hard it is to clip your dog's nails, or put them in a bath, or just make them sit still for 30 seconds. They're like 3 year olds with four legs. Now imagine doing that with 10, 15 or even 20 dogs a day. That's what dog groomers do. Anyone doing this job must have the patience of Cesar Millan, the salon skills of Tabatha Coffey, and the love of animals like your run-of-the-mill cat lady next door. Here are some dog groomers' confessions.
Depends on the singer! :)
This pretty much describes any parent of a newborn.
That would be a pretty strange hobby. Grooming other people dogs... just for fun?
This job would be so hard for me. I'd want to steal them all.
Whoever is treating you like that should groom their personality.
Awww. Who isn't taking care of their dogs?
You learn something new every day. That doesn't mean it won't be gross...
Sounds like you're in the wrong profession. Maybe you should start singing to them ;)
Perfume for dogs. I call it, BowchicaWowWow.
File under: How to flirt when you're a dog groomer.
Your dog groomer days may be numbered.
Some days you just want to be pretty like a poodle.
That's better than some other jobs out there!
*Hides bandages on arms, legs, hands, feet, and face*
Yea, but then again they are already paying you for that. Right?
Haha! Always, always blame it on the dog!
Passive aggressively pin a note to their dog when you return them.
They know you're good!
Which makes you hope they don't have kids too!
I think "poodley" is one of the funniest words of all time.
That's the saddest thing. Ever.
"Paw balm" is a thing?!
Doing it to a cat? ;)
Keeping a control on pet population AND not shaving any balls. Bravo!