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Old 02-11-2014, 12:22 PM   #1
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Hello all first so glad we found this site, my husband and I will be living full time in a motor home soon. First any tips would be welcome and also I'm a dog groomer by trade, I was thinking of grooming on the road at camp grounds. So my question is what info would you need to feel okay with me grooming your baby instead of taking him or her to the local groomer. Thank you so much and again happy to be on the site
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Hello all first so glad we found this site, my husband and I will be living full time in a motor home soon. First any tips would be welcome and also I'm a dog groomer by trade, I was thinking of grooming on the road at camp grounds. So my question is what info would you need to feel okay with me grooming your baby instead of taking him or her to the local groomer. Thank you so much and again happy to be on the site
Welcome to the full time life. My wife and I are just completing our 7th year full time. As traveling companions to a couple of Havenese brothers, we would be thrilled to run into you in a campground. You should have a sign printed announcing yourself as a professional groomer who is "on the clock". I would put this sign in the windshield anytime you are available.
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Welcome to irv2. We always scrambled to find a groomer for our Shihtzu when we were on the road. We would have tried you if you were camped next to us and it appeared that you had a proper set up and equipment. Here's a link to a recent thread here with another member who has similar desires.

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Hi folks! Welcome to IRV2! We're glad you found us!

We don't have a dog so I can't answer your question. Hope the fulltiming works out good for you! Enjoy the forum!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Welcome and glad to meet you!

You might ask your question in the RVing with pets forum to get more responses.
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