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You are going to be handling some very valuable inventory, living inventory and of course you don't want to harm a single pet. However, a surprising number of pets are injured each year in grooming businesses, and at least a few dozen die in the U.S. each year. Since the industry is not formally licensed and thereby founded on mutually agreed standards of pet care, everyone can learn a lot more about safe and humane practices in a pet grooming operation.

Remember, your business is at risk if through negligence your business harms or kills a pet. Beginning in the late 1990's, for the first time, courts started to award sizeable judgments against pet care business owners where negligence was proven. Besides that, providing humane pet care is simply a great thing to do for people and pets, and a real self-esteem booster.

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Relationship to Certification
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Madson's Humane Standards
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Pet Massage
The Great Cage Drying Debate
Pet Endurance for De-Matting
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You Might Have to Refuse Services
Assisting Humane Organizations
Snyder Mfg. Co.
JKL Pet Grooming School

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