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The range of cups and toilets is therefore extremely wide. This is why becoming a groomer requires significant knowledge of dog breeds, especially with regard to their morphology but also their general character, in order to adapt grooming to breed criteria. This can be learned in school, but it is often not enough and professionals agree that most of the learning takes place in the field, through experience. Indeed, the role of the groomer is also to erase the faults of the dog. For example, in a dog that is too tall, the hairs on the legs will be cut longer in order to give the impression of a dog short on legs; similarly, when the limbs are arched, more is cut on one side than the other to correct the general shape of the leg.

The qualities required for a good groomer are a mastery of techniques, knowledge of breed criteria, but also patience, tact, skill without forgetting psychology.