These shaggy pups prove that humans are not the only ones to run to the barber – while the treated shepherds are treated with a lengthy haircut.
Long haired dog breeds, including Poodles, Labrador, Spaniels, and Pomeranians, usually have their haircut at least every six weeks. But since the dog trimmer is switched off in winter, dogs need to be trimmed seriously when grooming their coat. [in England] The doors were finally opened again on Monday. And among the very first customers to walk through the door, there are loyal customers of Bone Idol groomers in Brighton, East Sussex.
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Happy customers such as Joey the Border Terrier and Nellie the Welsh Terrier are fierce, left behind a hairy mountain that is about half the height of a dog, and others like the Lola the cockapoo can be seen. Get straight again – after they have been cut from where they have grown beyond their eyes.
Scott Learmouth, owner of Bone Idol, said: “Our clients and their dogs love coming to the salon and we love to see them, so closing them again will be difficult for everyone on the first day of opening. Serve and for the foreseeable future. We have a packed schedule and it is very satisfying to see the transition from boring to great again. “
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Bone Idol’s business also extends to Bone Idol Academy, which trains dog handlers. Scott said part of the business has seen a significant increase in use since the outbreak.
He adds: Although, of course, we are subject to restrictions, as with most retail businesses, dog grooming is a flexible career.It’s also really fun and creative, and people stuck in the house have to shut down the house to work in So is the work they don’t like. Come to learn dog grooming and start your dream career. “
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This story was originally published by South West News Service.