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Hi! I Am Amanda From Oklahoma

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  • Hi! I Am Amanda From Oklahoma

    I Bought Out A Shop In March. I Went From Grooming At Home. (and Honestly I Only Did A Couple Every Once In A While.) Because I Worked At The Hospital So I Stayed Busy. Now I Groom 5 Days A Week And I Am At My Shop About 7 Days A Week. Its Great.i Know I Still Have Alot To Learn But I Am Having Alot Of Fun Doing It. I Have A ? For You All. I Am Going To Buy Some New Clippers Do The Cordless Ones Work Or Are They A Wast. And What Ones Do You Recomen. I Have Two Yorkies One Male (harley) 3 Yrs Old He Is 3 Lbs. I Got Him For Christmas The First Year I Was Married. My Chloe Is A Female Yorkie She Is Almost 7 Mths Old And Is Right At 3 Lbs. I Got Her In January I Hope She Gets Big Enough To Breed. But She Is My Little Doll. So If Not She Will Still Be Spoiled And Loved. Harley Is More A Daddys Boy.

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    Welcome to the board. Congrats on your new shop.
    "There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face."


    • #3
      welcome! where are you in oklahoma?? i was thing of moving to fort smith arkansas since i hate living in pennsylvania, but i am scared to death of tornadoes! does it stay busy all year round down there?


      • #4

        i am in bartlesville oklahoma. just south of kansas line and 50 miles north of tulsa oklahoma. well i just took over in march so i dont know if it will stay busy all year but so far i am swamped. i really need another groomer but i am to scared to hire. i am booked full two weeks ahead. atleast.....


        • #5
          Welcome and Congratulations on the new shop. I don't like cordless as my main clipper because they aren't as powerful and the battery life can be a pain in the butt.


          • #6
            Hello and welcome! And congrats on the new business! I would suggest staying away from the can be a pain. And I've heard that they tend to lose power, or lose charge too quickly after awhile.
            Scratch a dog and you'll find a permanent job. ~Franklin P. Jones