Dog Grooming Online Certificate Course

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Study Dog Grooming Online Course and learn how to groom your dog like a professional or start a rewarding business

Do you love working with animals and want to direct your career towards spending your day pampering and grooming them? Are you looking to secure a position in dog grooming or maybe start your own mobile business in your local area? Then the dog grooming certificate may be the right option for you.

Our Dog Grooming Course is an information-packed course that is broken down into easy to manage modules which you can study at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. Each module focuses on different elements of dog grooming, providing you with the knowledge you need to make the animal comfortable, exceed at the job and achieve success moving forward.

The course is online, which enables you to study from anywhere at any time using any device. You get a lifetime access to your course modules, so you can revert back to them as and when needed with ease.

Once you have completed the course, you will be required to complete a multiple-choice test. On successful completion you will be able to download and print your industry recognized certificate without delay. In the event you don't pass the test the first time, you will be given a second chance to take the test once you have had the time to go over the course notes.

What will you learn with our Dog Grooming Online Course?

  • Learn why pet grooming is important, what equipment you need and your personality when dealing with animals.
  • Get to understand the history behind pet grooming.
  • Understand the anatomy of dogs, basic health, parasites and maintaining health.
  • The importance of a pre-grooming health assessment and keeping clients updated on their pet's health.
  • Learn about the various skin and health disorders, along with the best way to groom a dog.
  • Get valuable information on starting your own pet grooming business from identifying if it is the right choice for you to creating a business plan and more.
  • Learn how to train dogs to enjoy a bath, steps leading up to a bath and bathing a fearful dog.
  • Know how to set up your grooming area, workstation requirements, tools you will need, lighting and airflow.
  • Learn when a dog should be referred to a vet.
  • Learn the best way to bath a dog from the clothes you should be wearing to getting the dog in the bath.
  • Learn the best way to dry a dog. Get an understanding on why shaking is so important, identify the best methods from air and towel drying to drying between the pads on the paws and more.
  • Understand detailed grooming, such as nail clipping, eyes, ears, teeth and feet.
  • Get a good understanding why you need to keep your workstation neat and tidy and why appearance is so important.
  • Learn the various grooming emergencies from untangling knots to working with rescue dogs to emergencies and more.
  • Know the law. Know what is expected of you as a business owner in the dog grooming industry from first aid to basic health and safety.

Dog Grooming Online Course - Requirements

The Dog Grooming Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Dog Grooming Course
  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

For any additional questions please see our comprehensive FAQS tab above.

Dog Grooming Online Certificate Outline

Module 1: Introduction

Many people's lives are incomplete without their pets. When they are shown love and affection, they respond by being constant companions who are always willing to reciprocate the affection.

A Working Definition of “Grooming’

Most people believe that cleaning their pet entails brushing and bathing them on a regular basis.

Why is Pet Grooming Necessary?

The primary reason for keeping one's pets clean and well-groomed is for health reasons, both for the dog and for the owner. Germs are a part of life, and we must continuously develop tolerance to germs as they evolve and mutate in order to keep our immune systems strong and safe. 

Topics to be covered include: 

  • Are You Suited to Pet Grooming?
  • From the Dog’s Point of View
  • Making Grooming Easy
  • Calm and Assertive is Vital
  • What a Professional Pet Groomer Does
  • Client Relations
  • The Grooming Process
  • Safety in the Workplace
  • Physical Environment
  • Physical Strain
  • Chemical Environment
  • Pet-related Injuries
  • Diseases and Zoonosis
  • Setting up your own Dog Grooming Business
  • Choosing a Company Name/Logo
  • Having a Business Plan
  • Start-up Costs
  • Flexible Hours
  • What Sort of Business Would be Best for Dog Grooming – Register as Sole Trader, Limited Company, Partnership?
  • Franchise
  • Finances
  • Find an Accountant
  • HMRC – Taxes
  • Any Licenses/Permits
  • The Sort of Insurance Needed
  • Mobile Business/Rent a Premises/Work from Home
  • Build a Website
  • Marketing Your Business
  • Taking on Employees

Module 2: History of Dog Grooming

Dogs through History

While the roots of dog grooming are lost in the mists of time, it is fair to say that people have groomed their dogs since they were first domesticated. Dogs appear to have been a part of everyday life everywhere archaeologists look. They appear in every civilization's folklore and mythology, and in many cases, unique breeds have been classified as royal breeds.

Dog Grooming

The tradition of cutting dogs' coats to better fit them to the job their owners expected them to do is obviously an old one. Dogs trimmed in what appears to be a precursor to the Poodle Lion Trim, where the dog's chest, head, and tail are left covered whereas the legs and hindquarters are closely clipped, have been discovered in the most ancient of locations.

The Birth of Competitive Grooming

During the reign of Louis XVI, who reigned from 1774 to 1792, the styling of dogs' coats passed from the realm of practicality to the center of frivolous high fashion in the mid-1770s.

The Grooming Parlor Business

Grooming became more common, but it had to be done by the dogs' owners. Dog grooming seems to have only begun to grow into a business in the mid-1800s, with street vendors selling dog shaving services on the streets of Paris and Rome.

The Grooming Industry in the U.S.A.

In many aspects, the Great War and World War Two altered western culture. The centuries-old social systems in Europe were thrown into disarray. Societies based on ancient feudal regimes could no longer be maintained. The common man's ambitions, as opposed to the aristocracy's, were beginning to be realized.

Moving Up

Dog grooming salons were able to step up their game substantially as a result of the increased demand for safe and presentable dogs.

Equipment

Another field where grooming salon started to benefit was in the advancement of the electronics industry.

Pet Grooming Qualifications

It's unknown when the first formal pet grooming credentials were given. It was most likely founded in the late 1940s and early 1950s. With the growing pet population came an increase in the demand for pet-related services.

Module 3: Anatomy and Health, Parasites, Infections & Zoonotic Diseases in Dogs

The Anatomy of Dogs – a Broad View

The anatomical structures of all dogs are the same, but they vary greatly depending on the breed.

Physical Characteristics

Typical dogs have strong muscle systems since they are carnivorous predators. They also have cardiovascular systems that are well-suited to the traditional hunting scenario, which demands stamina and fast bursts of speed.

Sense of Smell

The size and shape of a dog's muzzle varies depending on the breed, but they all serve the same purpose. Although all dogs have a keen sense of smell, some, such as the Bloodhound, have been bred specifically for their superior abilities.

The Ears

Dogs can detect much higher frequencies than humans can. They also have a mobile ear structure, allowing them to direct their ears to the source of the sound.

Eyesight

Crepuscular hunters were dogs' forefathers. This suggests that they went hunting at dusk. Dogs have eyesight that is well suited to seeing in low light environments as a result of this. Colors are much less vivid at twilight than they are during the day. Dogs have a small color sensitivity and can only see yellows, blues, and greys.

Coats

All year long, dogs with double coats shed their coats. Some of them have a molting season during which they shed more. Single-coated dogs are less likely to shed and make up the bulk of hypoallergenic breeds.

Health

Grooming your dog on a daily basis is the first line of defense in dog health care. Any changes that are spotted in a dog's hair, teeth, feet, ears, and eyes can be brought to the attention of the owner, who can then determine whether or not to visit the vet.

Parasites and Dogs

As soon as parasites are discovered, they must be eradicated. Even if the host dog only displays slight discomfort, such as from flea bites, an infestation will easily develop. As a result, the dog's immune system would be compromised, leaving him vulnerable to parasites and diseases.

Parasites – General Information

  • Fleas
  • Ticks
  • Ear Mites
  • Coccidia
  • Mange 
  • Scabies
  • Heartworms
  • Tapeworms
  • Hookworms
  • Roundworms
  • Whipworms
  • Giardia

Zoonotic Diseases

  • Rabies
  • Roundworm or Visceral Larva Migrans
  • Giardia
  • Scabies

Module 4: Pre-grooming Health Assessment

Introduction

Pre-grooming health tests are important for a number of purposes, the most important of which is the dog's health.

Where to Start

It won't be too long before forming bonds with both the clients and their pets. Grooming sessions, if performed correctly, are perceived by dogs as petting sessions, so they can recognize the groomer. They may have some reservations about being bathed, but the rest should be pleasant memories. They appear to be one of their all-time favorite people on the planet.

The Pre-grooming Check

The dog must be thoroughly examined before any washing or grooming takes place. This must be a detailed procedure, but it does not have to take a long time to complete. It should take no more than five minutes if you follow a preset routine and use a checklist.

Starting at the Front End

  • Nose
  • Gums
  • Teeth
  • Eyes must be bright and clear
  • Ears
  • Skin and fur
  • Paws and claws
  • Overall body check

Module 5: Coat and Skin Disorders and How to Groom a Dog

Introduction 

The primary aim of a competent pet groomer is to make the pets of clients look their best.

  • Skin Conditions
  • Disorders of the Coat
  • Grooming and the Different Types of Coats
  • Short Haired Single and Double Coat
  • Wirehaired Dogs
  • Medium, Smooth Coats
  • Long-haired Coats
  • Curly Haired Dogs

Module 6: Getting Started

Introduction

Pet grooming is a relatively new business. It was only in the early 1950s, as the world was recovering from World War II, that it began to find its footing. In the 1920s, pet grooming shops or salons began to gain popularity in the United Kingdom. These were very similar to the back-street laundries, with limited equipment and dingy conditions.

Are You Right for Pet Grooming?

If there are any prerequisites for becoming a pet groomer, one of them would most likely be a passion for animals. 

  • Avenues Open to Entering the Pet Grooming Business
  • Where to Begin
  • The Business Plan
  • The Next Step
  • The Premises 

Equipment 

  • Electrical Equipment
  • Hand Tools
  • Clothing 
  • Consumables 
  • Facilities
  • Marketing

Module 7: Animal Training, Dealing with Difficult Dogs & Training for Grooming

Introduction

Being the owner of a pet grooming salon necessitates having the highest possible number of clients walk through the door each day.

Trained Dogs, Workflow, and Profit

When the work is predictable, it is much easier to plan and stick to a schedule.

The Basics of Bathing a Dog

  • Preparation
  • Get Ready 
  • The Bath Process
  • Introducing the Water
  • Keep the Praise and the Treats Flowing
  • The Shampoo
  • The Rinse Off
  • The Dry Off

Grooming Woes

  • Calm, Assertive, and Repetitive

Module 8: Prepping the Work Area

Introduction

In order for a work environment to be properly hygienic, not only must the equipment be kept in the cleanest possible condition, but the building itself must also adhere to health and safety regulations aimed at limiting or preventing disease transmission. 

Topics to be discussed include: 

  • From the Ground Up
  • Power, Water, and Drainage
  • The Grooming Room
  • The Floor and Walls
  • Grooming Station Layout
  • Lighting
  • Grooming Table Sizes
  • Grooming Equipment
  • Basic Hygiene
  • Pre-grooming Check

Module 9: Pre-bath Preparation

Introduction

The most time-consuming and detailed part of grooming a dog is the pre-bath preparation. It may take less time for short-haired breeds, but it is no less necessary.

Pre-grooming Inspection

  • Skin and Coat
  • Ears
  • Teeth
  • Claws
  • The Coat
  • Dogs with Medium and Long Double Coats
  • Woolly or Curly Coats
  • Rough Coated Dogs

Module 10: How to Bath a Dog

Introduction

Preparation is the key to a successful outcome in all aspects of pet grooming.

Pre-bath Preparation

Before bringing the dog through, make sure the bath or shower area is ready. 

  • The Dog Enters
  • The Water
  • The Shampoo
  • The Wash
  • The Rinse
  • The Shakedown

Module 11: Drying a Dog

Introduction

The drying process is necessary for a variety of reasons. To avoid hot spots and other skin problems like eczema, the dog's skin must be kept dry. While staying damp for a short time is not a problem, it is important to ensure that dogs are dried as soon as possible during the winter months.

Drying Methods

Allowing a dog to remove water from its coat on its own is the most effective method of doing so. Being able to shed water can mean the difference between life and death in nature, especially in colder climates. 

  • Air Drying
  • The Towel Drying Method
  • Chamois
  • Cage Drying
  • Hand-held Dryers
  • After Drying

Module 12: Detail Grooming (Clipping, Scissoring, Eyes, Ears, Teeth, Feet, Bottoms)

Introduction

In general, dogs are divided into two types. The first is the family pet, which is by far the most common; the second is the show dog. A highly pedigreed dog that costs thousands of pounds to a rescue dog that costs a small donation to the animal shelter could be the family pet. 

  • The Ears
  • The Eyes
  • Teeth and Gums
  • Claws and Paws
  • Trimming the Rear-end
  • Clipping and Scissoring
  • Trimming and Clipping Methods
  • Using the Scissors
  • Clipping and Trimming Medium and Long-haired Breeds

Module 13: Cleaning Your Working Environment

Introduction

In the workplace, cleanliness is crucial. Everything hinges on it, including the health of your employees and the animals being groomed. In other words, a company's survival is dependent on its ability to maintain hygiene. It is important to make a good first impression. Anyone who tries to convince you otherwise is lying. When a person walks into a grooming salon, the first thing they should notice is how clean it is. 

  • The Concept Stage
  • Cleaning House
  • Reception Area
  • The Grooming Rooms
  • Cleaning Your Equipment
  • The Bathing Area

Module 14: Grooming Specialties

Introduction

Working as a pet groomer isn't always easy. Clients often demand the impossible, and dogs occasionally get themselves into big messes, so skills will be put to the test. Puppies have a habit of getting themselves into trouble, which can result in a grooming emergency.

Emergencies

Despite the fact that they are not typical of the average suburban pet groomer, a dog in a bad situation may be brought in for grooming. 

  • Neglect or Stray
  • Grooming Crises of the Child-made Kind
  • Mobile Dog Grooming
  • The Worst Knots
  • Grooming for Shows

Module 15: Law in the Workplace, First Aid and Emergency Care

Introduction

Grooming salons for pets can be dangerous places. Although it may appear that a place where families bring their pets to be washed and groomed is one of the safest places on earth, it actually has more disaster potential than the average office or factory environment. 

  • Health and Safety and Environmental Regulations
  • Public Safety
  • First Aid Capability
  • First Aid for People and Animals
  • Setting up your Network
  • First Aid Kit Placement and Management
  • What you need in Your First Aid Kit
  •   Basic First Aid Station Contents 

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Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete this Courses for Success program, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Module 1: Introduction

  • Introduction to pet grooming and why it is necessary
  • Why we need to be calm and assertive when dealing with dogs
  • Who can become a pet groomer
  • What equipment is required for pet grooming

Module 2 : History of Dog Grooming

  • Man's historic relationship with dogs
  • The emergence of dog grooming
  • When dog grooming was first undertaken
  • The emergence of grooming from the purely practical to a fashion trend

Module 3 : Anatomy and Health, Parasites, Infections & Zoonotic diseases in dogs

  • The anatomy of dogs
  • Basic health and how to maintain it
  • Parasites - external and internal
  • Infections

Module 4 : Pre-grooming Health Assessment

  • The importance of a pre-grooming health check
  • Why it is vital that your client knows the results of the check
  • How to handle a dog during the check
  • Why a checklist is important

Module 5 : Coat and Skin Disorders and How to Groom a Dog

  • How to identify skin disorders and what to do about them
  • How to identify coat disorders and how to treat them
  • What affects a dog's coat
  • The tools you need for grooming

Module 6 : Getting Started

  • Whether or not pet grooming is for you
  • The avenues open to people wanting to start in pet grooming
  • Starting your own pet grooming business
  • A business plan

Module 7 : Animal Training, Dealing with Difficult Dogs & Training for Grooming

  • Training animals to enjoy bath time - the basics
  • Step-by-step approach to bath time
  • Preparing for bathing a fearful dog
  • The bathing sequence

Module 8 : Prepping the Work Area

  • Setting up the ideal work area
  • Lighting, air flow, and safety considerations
  • Workstation requirements
  • The tools required

Module 9 : Pre-bath Preparation

  • Why thorough pre-grooming checks are important
  • If and when you should abandon a grooming session and refer the dog to a vet
  • What to look for in tooth and ear inspections
  • How to deal with the coats of different types of dogs

Module 10 : How to Bath a Dog

  • Precautions
  • Clothing
  • Getting the dog into the bath
  • Washing the dog

Module 11 : Drying a Dog

  • Why the shake is so important
  • Air drying
  • Towel drying technique
  • Detailed drying of paws and other concealed areas

Module 12 : Detail Grooming (Clipping, Scissoring, Eyes, Ears, Teeth, Feet, Bottoms)

  • The ears and how to clean them
  • Cleaning around the eyes
  • Teeth and gum health and cleaning, and when to hand over to a vet
  • Trimming claws, shaping paws

Module 13 : Cleaning Your Working Environment

  • Why appearances matter
  • Designing with an eye to cleaning and hygiene, and flea traps
  • Where to start cleaning
  • How to clean

Module 14 : Grooming Specialities

  • Grooming emergencies
  • Rescue dogs
  • Grooming care dogs
  • Untangling the worst knots

Module 15: Law in the Workplace, First Aid and Emergency Care

  • The law and the workplace
  • Safety in the workplace
  • Basic minimum safety precautions
  • First aid training

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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About this Course

Study Dog Grooming Online Course and learn how to groom your dog like a professional or start a rewarding business

Do you love working with animals and want to direct your career towards spending your day pampering and grooming them? Are you looking to secure a position in dog grooming or maybe start your own mobile business in your local area? Then the dog grooming certificate may be the right option for you.

Our Dog Grooming Course is an information-packed course that is broken down into easy to manage modules which you can study at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. Each module focuses on different elements of dog grooming, providing you with the knowledge you need to make the animal comfortable, exceed at the job and achieve success moving forward.

The course is online, which enables you to study from anywhere at any time using any device. You get a lifetime access to your course modules, so you can revert back to them as and when needed with ease.

Once you have completed the course, you will be required to complete a multiple-choice test. On successful completion you will be able to download and print your industry recognized certificate without delay. In the event you don't pass the test the first time, you will be given a second chance to take the test once you have had the time to go over the course notes.

What will you learn with our Dog Grooming Online Course?

  • Learn why pet grooming is important, what equipment you need and your personality when dealing with animals.
  • Get to understand the history behind pet grooming.
  • Understand the anatomy of dogs, basic health, parasites and maintaining health.
  • The importance of a pre-grooming health assessment and keeping clients updated on their pet's health.
  • Learn about the various skin and health disorders, along with the best way to groom a dog.
  • Get valuable information on starting your own pet grooming business from identifying if it is the right choice for you to creating a business plan and more.
  • Learn how to train dogs to enjoy a bath, steps leading up to a bath and bathing a fearful dog.
  • Know how to set up your grooming area, workstation requirements, tools you will need, lighting and airflow.
  • Learn when a dog should be referred to a vet.
  • Learn the best way to bath a dog from the clothes you should be wearing to getting the dog in the bath.
  • Learn the best way to dry a dog. Get an understanding on why shaking is so important, identify the best methods from air and towel drying to drying between the pads on the paws and more.
  • Understand detailed grooming, such as nail clipping, eyes, ears, teeth and feet.
  • Get a good understanding why you need to keep your workstation neat and tidy and why appearance is so important.
  • Learn the various grooming emergencies from untangling knots to working with rescue dogs to emergencies and more.
  • Know the law. Know what is expected of you as a business owner in the dog grooming industry from first aid to basic health and safety.

Dog Grooming Online Course - Requirements

The Dog Grooming Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

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  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Dog Grooming Course
  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

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Dog Grooming Online Certificate Outline

Module 1: Introduction

Many people's lives are incomplete without their pets. When they are shown love and affection, they respond by being constant companions who are always willing to reciprocate the affection.

A Working Definition of “Grooming’

Most people believe that cleaning their pet entails brushing and bathing them on a regular basis.

Why is Pet Grooming Necessary?

The primary reason for keeping one's pets clean and well-groomed is for health reasons, both for the dog and for the owner. Germs are a part of life, and we must continuously develop tolerance to germs as they evolve and mutate in order to keep our immune systems strong and safe. 

Topics to be covered include: 

  • Are You Suited to Pet Grooming?
  • From the Dog’s Point of View
  • Making Grooming Easy
  • Calm and Assertive is Vital
  • What a Professional Pet Groomer Does
  • Client Relations
  • The Grooming Process
  • Safety in the Workplace
  • Physical Environment
  • Physical Strain
  • Chemical Environment
  • Pet-related Injuries
  • Diseases and Zoonosis
  • Setting up your own Dog Grooming Business
  • Choosing a Company Name/Logo
  • Having a Business Plan
  • Start-up Costs
  • Flexible Hours
  • What Sort of Business Would be Best for Dog Grooming – Register as Sole Trader, Limited Company, Partnership?
  • Franchise
  • Finances
  • Find an Accountant
  • HMRC – Taxes
  • Any Licenses/Permits
  • The Sort of Insurance Needed
  • Mobile Business/Rent a Premises/Work from Home
  • Build a Website
  • Marketing Your Business
  • Taking on Employees

Module 2: History of Dog Grooming

Dogs through History

While the roots of dog grooming are lost in the mists of time, it is fair to say that people have groomed their dogs since they were first domesticated. Dogs appear to have been a part of everyday life everywhere archaeologists look. They appear in every civilization's folklore and mythology, and in many cases, unique breeds have been classified as royal breeds.

Dog Grooming

The tradition of cutting dogs' coats to better fit them to the job their owners expected them to do is obviously an old one. Dogs trimmed in what appears to be a precursor to the Poodle Lion Trim, where the dog's chest, head, and tail are left covered whereas the legs and hindquarters are closely clipped, have been discovered in the most ancient of locations.

The Birth of Competitive Grooming

During the reign of Louis XVI, who reigned from 1774 to 1792, the styling of dogs' coats passed from the realm of practicality to the center of frivolous high fashion in the mid-1770s.

The Grooming Parlor Business

Grooming became more common, but it had to be done by the dogs' owners. Dog grooming seems to have only begun to grow into a business in the mid-1800s, with street vendors selling dog shaving services on the streets of Paris and Rome.

The Grooming Industry in the U.S.A.

In many aspects, the Great War and World War Two altered western culture. The centuries-old social systems in Europe were thrown into disarray. Societies based on ancient feudal regimes could no longer be maintained. The common man's ambitions, as opposed to the aristocracy's, were beginning to be realized.

Moving Up

Dog grooming salons were able to step up their game substantially as a result of the increased demand for safe and presentable dogs.

Equipment

Another field where grooming salon started to benefit was in the advancement of the electronics industry.

Pet Grooming Qualifications

It's unknown when the first formal pet grooming credentials were given. It was most likely founded in the late 1940s and early 1950s. With the growing pet population came an increase in the demand for pet-related services.

Module 3: Anatomy and Health, Parasites, Infections & Zoonotic Diseases in Dogs

The Anatomy of Dogs – a Broad View

The anatomical structures of all dogs are the same, but they vary greatly depending on the breed.

Physical Characteristics

Typical dogs have strong muscle systems since they are carnivorous predators. They also have cardiovascular systems that are well-suited to the traditional hunting scenario, which demands stamina and fast bursts of speed.

Sense of Smell

The size and shape of a dog's muzzle varies depending on the breed, but they all serve the same purpose. Although all dogs have a keen sense of smell, some, such as the Bloodhound, have been bred specifically for their superior abilities.

The Ears

Dogs can detect much higher frequencies than humans can. They also have a mobile ear structure, allowing them to direct their ears to the source of the sound.

Eyesight

Crepuscular hunters were dogs' forefathers. This suggests that they went hunting at dusk. Dogs have eyesight that is well suited to seeing in low light environments as a result of this. Colors are much less vivid at twilight than they are during the day. Dogs have a small color sensitivity and can only see yellows, blues, and greys.

Coats

All year long, dogs with double coats shed their coats. Some of them have a molting season during which they shed more. Single-coated dogs are less likely to shed and make up the bulk of hypoallergenic breeds.

Health

Grooming your dog on a daily basis is the first line of defense in dog health care. Any changes that are spotted in a dog's hair, teeth, feet, ears, and eyes can be brought to the attention of the owner, who can then determine whether or not to visit the vet.

Parasites and Dogs

As soon as parasites are discovered, they must be eradicated. Even if the host dog only displays slight discomfort, such as from flea bites, an infestation will easily develop. As a result, the dog's immune system would be compromised, leaving him vulnerable to parasites and diseases.

Parasites – General Information

  • Fleas
  • Ticks
  • Ear Mites
  • Coccidia
  • Mange 
  • Scabies
  • Heartworms
  • Tapeworms
  • Hookworms
  • Roundworms
  • Whipworms
  • Giardia

Zoonotic Diseases

  • Rabies
  • Roundworm or Visceral Larva Migrans
  • Giardia
  • Scabies

Module 4: Pre-grooming Health Assessment

Introduction

Pre-grooming health tests are important for a number of purposes, the most important of which is the dog's health.

Where to Start

It won't be too long before forming bonds with both the clients and their pets. Grooming sessions, if performed correctly, are perceived by dogs as petting sessions, so they can recognize the groomer. They may have some reservations about being bathed, but the rest should be pleasant memories. They appear to be one of their all-time favorite people on the planet.

The Pre-grooming Check

The dog must be thoroughly examined before any washing or grooming takes place. This must be a detailed procedure, but it does not have to take a long time to complete. It should take no more than five minutes if you follow a preset routine and use a checklist.

Starting at the Front End

  • Nose
  • Gums
  • Teeth
  • Eyes must be bright and clear
  • Ears
  • Skin and fur
  • Paws and claws
  • Overall body check

Module 5: Coat and Skin Disorders and How to Groom a Dog

Introduction 

The primary aim of a competent pet groomer is to make the pets of clients look their best.

  • Skin Conditions
  • Disorders of the Coat
  • Grooming and the Different Types of Coats
  • Short Haired Single and Double Coat
  • Wirehaired Dogs
  • Medium, Smooth Coats
  • Long-haired Coats
  • Curly Haired Dogs

Module 6: Getting Started

Introduction

Pet grooming is a relatively new business. It was only in the early 1950s, as the world was recovering from World War II, that it began to find its footing. In the 1920s, pet grooming shops or salons began to gain popularity in the United Kingdom. These were very similar to the back-street laundries, with limited equipment and dingy conditions.

Are You Right for Pet Grooming?

If there are any prerequisites for becoming a pet groomer, one of them would most likely be a passion for animals. 

  • Avenues Open to Entering the Pet Grooming Business
  • Where to Begin
  • The Business Plan
  • The Next Step
  • The Premises 

Equipment 

  • Electrical Equipment
  • Hand Tools
  • Clothing 
  • Consumables 
  • Facilities
  • Marketing

Module 7: Animal Training, Dealing with Difficult Dogs & Training for Grooming

Introduction

Being the owner of a pet grooming salon necessitates having the highest possible number of clients walk through the door each day.

Trained Dogs, Workflow, and Profit

When the work is predictable, it is much easier to plan and stick to a schedule.

The Basics of Bathing a Dog

  • Preparation
  • Get Ready 
  • The Bath Process
  • Introducing the Water
  • Keep the Praise and the Treats Flowing
  • The Shampoo
  • The Rinse Off
  • The Dry Off

Grooming Woes

  • Calm, Assertive, and Repetitive

Module 8: Prepping the Work Area

Introduction

In order for a work environment to be properly hygienic, not only must the equipment be kept in the cleanest possible condition, but the building itself must also adhere to health and safety regulations aimed at limiting or preventing disease transmission. 

Topics to be discussed include: 

  • From the Ground Up
  • Power, Water, and Drainage
  • The Grooming Room
  • The Floor and Walls
  • Grooming Station Layout
  • Lighting
  • Grooming Table Sizes
  • Grooming Equipment
  • Basic Hygiene
  • Pre-grooming Check

Module 9: Pre-bath Preparation

Introduction

The most time-consuming and detailed part of grooming a dog is the pre-bath preparation. It may take less time for short-haired breeds, but it is no less necessary.

Pre-grooming Inspection

  • Skin and Coat
  • Ears
  • Teeth
  • Claws
  • The Coat
  • Dogs with Medium and Long Double Coats
  • Woolly or Curly Coats
  • Rough Coated Dogs

Module 10: How to Bath a Dog

Introduction

Preparation is the key to a successful outcome in all aspects of pet grooming.

Pre-bath Preparation

Before bringing the dog through, make sure the bath or shower area is ready. 

  • The Dog Enters
  • The Water
  • The Shampoo
  • The Wash
  • The Rinse
  • The Shakedown

Module 11: Drying a Dog

Introduction

The drying process is necessary for a variety of reasons. To avoid hot spots and other skin problems like eczema, the dog's skin must be kept dry. While staying damp for a short time is not a problem, it is important to ensure that dogs are dried as soon as possible during the winter months.

Drying Methods

Allowing a dog to remove water from its coat on its own is the most effective method of doing so. Being able to shed water can mean the difference between life and death in nature, especially in colder climates. 

  • Air Drying
  • The Towel Drying Method
  • Chamois
  • Cage Drying
  • Hand-held Dryers
  • After Drying

Module 12: Detail Grooming (Clipping, Scissoring, Eyes, Ears, Teeth, Feet, Bottoms)

Introduction

In general, dogs are divided into two types. The first is the family pet, which is by far the most common; the second is the show dog. A highly pedigreed dog that costs thousands of pounds to a rescue dog that costs a small donation to the animal shelter could be the family pet. 

  • The Ears
  • The Eyes
  • Teeth and Gums
  • Claws and Paws
  • Trimming the Rear-end
  • Clipping and Scissoring
  • Trimming and Clipping Methods
  • Using the Scissors
  • Clipping and Trimming Medium and Long-haired Breeds

Module 13: Cleaning Your Working Environment

Introduction

In the workplace, cleanliness is crucial. Everything hinges on it, including the health of your employees and the animals being groomed. In other words, a company's survival is dependent on its ability to maintain hygiene. It is important to make a good first impression. Anyone who tries to convince you otherwise is lying. When a person walks into a grooming salon, the first thing they should notice is how clean it is. 

  • The Concept Stage
  • Cleaning House
  • Reception Area
  • The Grooming Rooms
  • Cleaning Your Equipment
  • The Bathing Area

Module 14: Grooming Specialties

Introduction

Working as a pet groomer isn't always easy. Clients often demand the impossible, and dogs occasionally get themselves into big messes, so skills will be put to the test. Puppies have a habit of getting themselves into trouble, which can result in a grooming emergency.

Emergencies

Despite the fact that they are not typical of the average suburban pet groomer, a dog in a bad situation may be brought in for grooming. 

  • Neglect or Stray
  • Grooming Crises of the Child-made Kind
  • Mobile Dog Grooming
  • The Worst Knots
  • Grooming for Shows

Module 15: Law in the Workplace, First Aid and Emergency Care

Introduction

Grooming salons for pets can be dangerous places. Although it may appear that a place where families bring their pets to be washed and groomed is one of the safest places on earth, it actually has more disaster potential than the average office or factory environment. 

  • Health and Safety and Environmental Regulations
  • Public Safety
  • First Aid Capability
  • First Aid for People and Animals
  • Setting up your Network
  • First Aid Kit Placement and Management
  • What you need in Your First Aid Kit
  •   Basic First Aid Station Contents 

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All students who complete this Courses for Success program, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Module 1: Introduction

  • Introduction to pet grooming and why it is necessary
  • Why we need to be calm and assertive when dealing with dogs
  • Who can become a pet groomer
  • What equipment is required for pet grooming

Module 2 : History of Dog Grooming

  • Man's historic relationship with dogs
  • The emergence of dog grooming
  • When dog grooming was first undertaken
  • The emergence of grooming from the purely practical to a fashion trend

Module 3 : Anatomy and Health, Parasites, Infections & Zoonotic diseases in dogs

  • The anatomy of dogs
  • Basic health and how to maintain it
  • Parasites - external and internal
  • Infections

Module 4 : Pre-grooming Health Assessment

  • The importance of a pre-grooming health check
  • Why it is vital that your client knows the results of the check
  • How to handle a dog during the check
  • Why a checklist is important

Module 5 : Coat and Skin Disorders and How to Groom a Dog

  • How to identify skin disorders and what to do about them
  • How to identify coat disorders and how to treat them
  • What affects a dog's coat
  • The tools you need for grooming

Module 6 : Getting Started

  • Whether or not pet grooming is for you
  • The avenues open to people wanting to start in pet grooming
  • Starting your own pet grooming business
  • A business plan

Module 7 : Animal Training, Dealing with Difficult Dogs & Training for Grooming

  • Training animals to enjoy bath time - the basics
  • Step-by-step approach to bath time
  • Preparing for bathing a fearful dog
  • The bathing sequence

Module 8 : Prepping the Work Area

  • Setting up the ideal work area
  • Lighting, air flow, and safety considerations
  • Workstation requirements
  • The tools required

Module 9 : Pre-bath Preparation

  • Why thorough pre-grooming checks are important
  • If and when you should abandon a grooming session and refer the dog to a vet
  • What to look for in tooth and ear inspections
  • How to deal with the coats of different types of dogs

Module 10 : How to Bath a Dog

  • Precautions
  • Clothing
  • Getting the dog into the bath
  • Washing the dog

Module 11 : Drying a Dog

  • Why the shake is so important
  • Air drying
  • Towel drying technique
  • Detailed drying of paws and other concealed areas

Module 12 : Detail Grooming (Clipping, Scissoring, Eyes, Ears, Teeth, Feet, Bottoms)

  • The ears and how to clean them
  • Cleaning around the eyes
  • Teeth and gum health and cleaning, and when to hand over to a vet
  • Trimming claws, shaping paws

Module 13 : Cleaning Your Working Environment

  • Why appearances matter
  • Designing with an eye to cleaning and hygiene, and flea traps
  • Where to start cleaning
  • How to clean

Module 14 : Grooming Specialities

  • Grooming emergencies
  • Rescue dogs
  • Grooming care dogs
  • Untangling the worst knots

Module 15: Law in the Workplace, First Aid and Emergency Care

  • The law and the workplace
  • Safety in the workplace
  • Basic minimum safety precautions
  • First aid training

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

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