Set of 4 DVDs


Save more than 10% when you buy the entire set of 4 DVDs at one time!

The Comb Cut DVD
Cat With a Mat DVD
Kryptonite for Cats DVD
Here Kitty Kitty DVD

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Save more than 10% when you buy the entire set of 4 DVDs at one time!

The Comb Cut DVD:
When clients want a short trim on their cat, but not a lion cut, the comb cut is the answer. Filmed live in her feline grooming salon, Danelle German shows how to perform a comb cut on any breed of cat, as she demonstrates the entire groom from start to finish.

Cat With a Mat DVD:
All groomers get a pelted-to-the-skin kitty in their salon at some point. More often than not, the cat isn’t too happy about enduring the pelt removal process. Danelle German demonstrates live, in her feline grooming salon, the process of quickly and efficiently removing a pelt from a severely matted cat with a bad attitude. Cat With a Mat shows the entire grooming process, from start to finish, as Danelle demonstrates how to manage an aggressive kitty with a variety of handling techniques, while giving it a lion cut.

Kryptonite for Cats DVD:
Filmed live in Danelle German’s feline grooming salon, Kryptonite for Cats shows how to deal with those highly aggressive kitties that all groomers are faced with. Danelle believes that performing the grooming process in a particular order will allow a groomer to complete the task.

Here Kitty, Kitty DVD:
Danelle German, lecturer and leading cat grooming expert, shares her extensive knowledge during this 2 hour seminar, taped live at Hershey Groom Expo 2007. In it, Danelle discusses feline temperaments, coat types, health issues, and much, much more! She also performs live grooming on two different cats, showing the full coat groom and the standard lion cut, including show bathing and the Persian face trim.

These 4 DVDs are included in the Complete Cat Groomer Training Syllabus.

Additional information

Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 1 in

2 reviews for Set of 4 DVDs

  1. Melissa

    I am a long time dog groomer; I had some cat experience when I left for NCGIA in 2014. I was also a new grooming business owner at that time. I signed up to improve my cat grooming skills and increase my cat clientele. I attended NCGIA, and I left with so much more! NCGIA helped enable me to be more confident as a professional groomer and business owner, to say the least. The knowledge and skills I learned grew my cat business. I have over 250 cat clients, most on regular schedules, and business is good! I cannot speak highly enough about the instruction I received and the techniques I learned. Becoming a CFMG opened up a new world for me. I became a cat grooming professional. I know my cat breeds, how to re-book a client, charge what I am worth, safely handle any cat that comes my way, and so much more! NCGIA has breathed new life into this groomer’s career.

  2. Katrina

    I had been a groomer for twenty years or better before I had heard of the NCGIA. I think I did an adequate job with cats if you consider there was no cat grooming school and very little information out there when I started. I was very excited when I saw what was possible. Going to the school and becoming a CFMG was very important to me. It gave me the feeling of being the best at something and I felt reinvigorated. Learning and growing in your chosen field keeps it from feeling stale and heads off “groomer burnout.” I believe, and I tell others this all the time, I think my cat grooming skills improved 100% just from the educational materials alone. I also feel a bond with my classmates. We achieved it together. There are a small number of CFMGs worldwide, I’m very proud to be among their number.
    Katrina in UT

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