Grooming Chart and Price List Activities
- Equipment needed: slicker and pin
brushes, steel combs, matting rake, de-matting spray, clippers, #4, #7F,
#5F, #10, #15 blades, tear-stain remover. Estimated cost starts at
$40.00. Next full grooming in 3-5 weeks.
- Grooming every 6–8 weeks, starting
cost $50.00. Use conditioning rinse or rub dryer sheet on coat to reduce
static. Brush twice weekly to remove wooly hair shed.
- #30 blade with #1¼ comb, slicker and
pin brushes, natural bristle brush. Starting price is $90.00. Brush every
2 days to prevent tangling and to remove hair shed. Wipe clean any
hair or matter from eye corners with moistened cotton.
Appointment Book and Client Information Card Activities
- Wednesday, January 13th, 8:00 a.m. or Thursday, January 14 th, 10:00 a.m.
- See sample Client Information Card for completed answers.
Other information needed:
What is your address?
What are your home and work phone numbers?
What is your e-mail address?
What is your Vet’s phone number?
When did Finnegan last receive her shots?
Does she have any other medical problems?
What is the brand name of the flea/tick product you use?
Can you please sign this card?
- Will need slicker and pin brushes, steel comb, scissors, blending shears,
clippers, blades #7F, #9, #15 and #10.
- Remove undercoat shed before bath.
- Clip with the grain, not against or across, to avoid wavy or erratic lines.
- Brush/comb weekly.
- See sample Invoice for completed answers.
Grooming Product Label Information
- Change your shirt and rinse skin.
- Hold open her eye and rinse with water for 15 minutes. Call Poison Control
Centre or doctor for treatment advice.
- Wear an apron or plastic gown. Wear goggles or a face shield.
- Employee Reporting: Learner’s name Date/Time: should be a Thursday
afternoon during Charlie’s appointment time (2:00 – 4:00 p.m.) For example: Thursday,
January 14, 2005 at 3:00 p.m.
Persons involved: Learner and Cindy
Nature of incident: While bathing
Charlie, flea shampoo splashed on my shirt sleeve. Cindy got a splash o shampoo in her eye.
Injuries Sustained: Minor irritation to Cindy’s eye.
First Aid applied: Changed my shirt
and rinsed out Cindy’s eye.
- Bathe him with a mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. Consult a
vet if signs continue.
- Record that he has sensitivity to this product and that it should not be used again.