Definition of groomer
: one who grooms (animals, such as dogs)
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It is recommended that pet owners avoid common areas like dog parks, groomers and pet stores to lessen the risk of contracting the virus.
The dogs’ presence was discovered by Australian authorities after a groomer posted photos of them on Facebook.
Our first issue featured predominantly very dog-centric businesses: groomers, pet walkers, sitters...
The app also has suggestions for dog groomers and where to find pet supplies.
This free event will be held outside, rain or shine, and will feature vendors, including dog groomers, pet suppliers, veterinarians and an adoption program.
The first time Felix, my black longhaired cat, got groomed, Howard Bedor, a premier cat groomer, came to the apartment.
Madsen said that in addition to a horse's owner or owners, there are generally three to five support people for each horse, including the rider, trainer, groomer and sometimes a veterinarian.
Her mother, who survived a brain aneurysm, had been a pet groomer in Fountain Valley for about two decades.
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Definition of groomer for English Language Learners
: a person who cleans and cares for an animal
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