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  1. #13
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    Now imagine how freaked out you are, and it was your own pet (shouldn't feel bad though). But imagine owning a grooming shop and this kind of stuff happens anywhere on a dogs body and the guilt and sorriness we have to go through for this to happen to someone else's pet! It's really hard. Go hug a groomer.

  2. #14
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    I had a test groomer once that put a muzzle very loose on a dog. I asked why are you doing that? She said the dog pants a lot tongue hanging that it helped the dog keep tongue in mouth. But on the other hand some of these dogs need to release that inhale exhale energy too. I allowed it loosely but only while grooming close to the head.

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