Our dog grooming school curriculum consists of 11 stages. The stages include both an online component and invaluable hands-on training experience at a grooming shop near you. In addition, you’ll be given a 40-piece grooming toolkit to help prepare you for a dog grooming career. You’ll also become certified in Pet CPR and First Aid.
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A diploma in Pet Animal Grooming will be awarded by The Thompson School of Applied Science upon successful completion of the required courses with an overall grade average of C (2.00) or better. Students must receive a C or better to continue on to AAS 422 Small Animal Grooming I and AAS 433 Small Animal Grooming II. A permanent academic record of courses completed at UNH will be maintained at the Registrar’s Office.
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Application is made through the Thompson School of Applied Science. Transfer of credits from other institutions should be discussed with the Pet Grooming diploma Program Advisor. Each student, once accepted into the program, will have a faculty advisor. Faculty advising includes program planning, career counseling, and information on transfer into the Thompson School’s Applied Animal Science Associate degree program.
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Canine Clippers, Inc. is an award winning, family owned company which consists of Canine Clippers School of Pet Grooming integrated in three locations: Featherle Pet Care of Chantilly, Featherle Pet Care of Sterling and Wash-N-Wag of Culpeper. All locations are certified by SCHEV (State Council of Higher Education for Virginia) for educational purposes.The following list of schools was compiled using information from the as well as the individual schools’ websites. To start, we compiled a long list of colleges that have student populations under 10,000. We then used a number of articles about both top schools and programs for animal lovers to narrow down the list. While choosing these schools, the number of animal-related sports and clubs; the school’s pet policies; the number of animal-related events and places on campus; and the number of animal-focused courses/degree programs were considered. Each school’s position on this list is ranked by the number of points we’ve given it toward being nature lover-friendly so that our No. 1 school has the most points and No. 25 has the least.