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The video posted on Facebook by Fox 26 Houston showed the groomer jerking the animal's head around as she clipped it and then pulled it by the ear.
Alison is a wellrespected and experienced groomer who is also two-time winner of 'Groomer of the Year' in 2007 and 2012, and has represented England in the grooming world championships a number of years.
The company's products are purchased in more than 90 countries by barbers and salon professionals, consumers, hotels, motels, resorts, small animal groomers and large animal groomers and shearers.
Dog groomers give owners advice on their dog's behaviour, diet, and grooming.
Simon's groomer, who had a bit more experience, moved quickly to keep up with the dog's exuberance; Grizz seemed to sense that his groomer was a little newer at the job, patiently waiting when the inmates conferred on technique.
What called us to the market was that there were really no purpose-built snowmobile trail groomers," says Auger.
Pay does depend on your employer and where you live but new dog groomers earn around pounds 8,000 a year.
Peter, who became a groomer at the age of 15, joined the Nuneaton kennels six months ago.
There is a shortage of professional groomers as the industry has only just started to take off.
This year, there's plenty to see and compete for, with groomers from as far away as Italy, India and Japan vying for titles in contests that run the gamut from classic to “high-fashion” to philanthropic.