August Answers with Danelle

Every Wednesday during August, Danelle will be sharing answers to commonly asked cat grooming questions on the NCGI’s Facebook page! If you missed the Live video, you can check the recorded calls and the resources mentioned for each below.

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Week 4: 3 Things You Can Do Now to Stop Once-a-Year Cat Shavedowns

The Question:
I have so many clients that come every year for that once-a-year-shave down! I hate those types of grooms because the cat looks horrible and it is so aggressive when I try to shave off the pelted fur. How can I get these people to get their cat groomed more often?
Tired of once-a-year shave downs on matted cats?
Is it possible to get those same clients on a 4-6 week schedule? We know it is based on our experience as well as that of our many students around the world. To get started turning once-a-year cat clients into regular clients with no more matted messes to deal with, check out this week’s episode of “August Answers to Cat Grooming Questions.”
Find out the 3 things you can do now to stop OAY shave downs!

Additional Resources:

Business Development online course

NCGI Membership – includes “No More OAY Shave Downs” and “Mushroom Cats” webinars inside the Member Benefits library

One Amazing Trick to Motivate Cat Clients Toward a 4-6 Week Grooming Schedule!

The Grossness Series: Part 3

What Clippers and Blades Will Work the Best on Cat Hair?

Watch Danelle’s live lion cut demo!

Tired of once-a-year shave downs on matted cats?

Tired of once-a-year shave downs on matted cats? Is it possible to get those same clients on a 4-6 week schedule? We know it is based on our experience as well as that of our many students around the world. To get started turning once-a-year cat clients into regular clients with no more matted messes to deal with, check out this week's episode of "August Answers to Cat Grooming Questions." Find out the 3 things you can do now to stop OAY shave downs!

Posted by National Cat Groomers Institute on Wednesday, August 22, 2018
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