Books & DVDs
We have a variety of study materials that have been used by thousands of students to improve their cat grooming skills and knowledge. See some of our products below or click here to see our full catalogue.
Each of our online courses comes jam-packed with a variety of resources including lectures, articles, video demonstrations and tutorials, assignments and more. Gain lifetime access to each course and view contents from any device connected to the internet! See some of our products below or click here to see our full catalogue.
The Complete Cat Groomer Training Syllabus is the most in-depth cat grooming program available. This is a guided home study program. Each week for 10 weeks, you’ll be provided with a to do list and topics to cover, plus on-going support through a private Facebook group just for students. See more details here.
We have several cat grooming webinars running throughout the year, totally FREE! See our upcoming webinars here.
Approved Trainers and Certifiers are highly skilled Certified Feline Master Groomers that have been handpicked by the NCGI to offer one-on-one instruction to students. See our list of Trainers & Certifiers.
Bad Ass Cat Grooming Online Conference 2020$329.00
Breeds, Colors, and Coat Types Exam Study Aids Online Course$37.00
Business Development Online Course$127.00
Cat Grooming Basics Course$397.00
Cat Handling Techniques for the Groomer$27.97
Cat With a Mat DVD$49.00
Come Back Stronger$0.00
Complete Cat Groomer Training Syllabus$1,197.00
Complete Cat Groomer Training Syllabus with BONUSES$1,297.00
Get a Grip DVD$49.00
Grooming the Aggressive Cat Online Course$197.00
Health and Anatomy Exam Study Aids Online Course$37.00
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Whether you are certified, have been grooming cats for a number of years, or are fairly new to cat grooming - a refresher is a quick way to get some in-depth help from a fellow cat groomer or Approved Trainer/Certifier. Scheduling a 1 or 2 day refresher is...
Have you been joining us for our Slow Season Challenge 2019? We are at the half way point, and have included over 3 hours of video clips in the Members group, plus an additional 30min video in the CFMG group! So far we have covered tips to help you with...
Week 1 of our Slow Season Challenge has just wrapped up, including 7 days of live videos on Networking & Growth. We've been getting tons of great feedback on these videos, and we still have another 24 days to go! This week in Networking & Growth,...
Phew! That was a crazy holiday season, wasn’t it? Hopefully it was profitable and as low stress for you as possible. Grooming being a seasonal business means there’s something dreaded about to start…. the Slow Season! But never fear, this is a perfect time...
Myths About Putting Nail Caps on Cats Myth #1 - Nails Are Prohibited From Retracting Definitely a myth! When cat nails express and then retract, the nail is not going up into the paw itself. When a cat relaxes and retracts the nails, this prevents...
by Danelle German, CFMG, CFCG I’ve been working on several new lectures this year in preparation for upcoming shows both in the US and abroad. As I ponder on the topics I want to cover I think of Puff Puff. Who is Puff Puff, you ask? Well, he was a toy...
“You groom cats?”I hear this at least once a week. And it is usually followed by “Don’t cats groom themselves?” I love it when that question is asked.For more than a decade my answer has been: No!Contrary to popular belief, cats do NOT groom themselves.Cats lick...
Dealing with Problematic Clients I remember the story told me once by a groomer working at a local boarding facility. The staff at the boarding facility would write the letters “PITA” on a client’s boarding card when the client was problematic - meaning “pain in the...
I am frequently asked about the placement of leg lines on a lion cut. Is there a right or wrong place to put them? What about blending – should it be done or not? And how do you get all four leg lines straight and symmetrical? When I first developed the...
Tell us about your pet grooming background. Since I was a young girl I have always loved dogs and cats. Here is the journey that has led me to where I am today: My first job in the pet grooming industry was when I was 14 years old. I was hired as a dog...
My story begins with dogs. I started out as a dog groomer. I am a salon groomer and always have been. It is also a story of how I faced my fears, rose above them, conquered them, and became a better groomer and business owner. I come from a grooming...
The Pros and Cons of House Call Cat Grooming "House call” refers to a groomer who performs grooming services inside the client’s home. Many pet owners, especially cat owners, prefer this type of service in order to provide a low stress and familiar...