Definition of groomer
: one who grooms (animals, such as dogs)
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Typically, groomers try to keep relationships with victims extremely private from the very beginning, Marlowe Garrison says.
Oliver, a four-month-old shih tzu pup, seemed befuddled as dog groomer Michelle Robinson deftly pulled his paw back and clipped his back nails.
Step forward Eszter Krasznavolgyi, one of a number of horse groomers who play a key role behind the scenes on the tour.
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.
So good, in fact, that the groomers kept the look in tact for his walk down the runway at the Dolce & Gabbana show.
The trial for a PetSmart groomer accused of beating and strangling a client’s dog to death is scheduled to get underway Tuesday, prosecutors said.
Our first issue featured predominantly very dog-centric businesses: groomers, pet walkers, sitters...
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Definition of groomer for English Language Learners
: a person who cleans and cares for an animal
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