Dog Grooming

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Hadlow PIF Grooming School is managed jointly by Hadlow College and the Pet Industry Federation, the leading trade association for the pet industry.  We are working in partnership to provide a bridge between education and industry, supporting your journey into the workplace.

Situated in Hadlow College’s award-winning Animal Management Unit, the cutting-edge grooming school offers the best in modern facilities, with generous space in which to support our learners.  This includes a customer reception area, outdoor kennels and indoor holding area, a large fully equipped grooming room accommodating 10 grooming tables, top of the range blasters, walk-in wet room for bathing large breeds and a bespoke classroom with interactive whiteboard and illuminated grooming table.

We ensure students and staff have access to the most effective equipment, a steady stream of dogs to practise on, and the most expert tutors.

Dog grooming is an expanding industry, offering flexible work options and enormous job satisfaction.  Study at the Hadlow PIF Grooming School, and you will enjoy the highest standards in dog grooming training and state of the art facilities.

 

To book your dog in to be groomed please call:  01732 852605

or email: doggrooming@hadlow.ac.uk

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