Thank you for requesting the Shed Control Treatment special offer! You will now have access to the video below!
In the recorded Facebook Live you will learn…
- What the Shed Control Treatment is
- How it is different from your normal services
- How to sell the Shed Control Treatment
- What to charge for the treatment
In the special feature video, Sarah demonstrates how to complete a Shed Control Treatment.
- Front staff does a series of tug tests with Pet Parent present.
- Groomer to assess the dogs condition and do their own tug tests.
- High-velocity blow-out the dog BEFORE the bath to remove excess coat and dander. This is the most important step! Rely solely on air to do the work for you.
- Do a tug test to see your progress after the blow-out.
- Bring dog to the tub to bathe with Deshed Shampoo & Conditioner. Rinse and towel dry thoroughly.
- High-velocity dry completely with tool combination (slicker brush, curry brush, etc.). We invested time at the beginning, getting a lot of coat out. Drying time should be very quick now!
- Do a tug test. Are you satisfied? Great!
- Brush finishing spray/leave-in conditioner into the coat.
- Send the dog home with a satisfied pet parent.
- Shed Control Treatment should not be confused with dematting, Matted areas must come out before the Shed Control. If the dog is matted and needs extra time, that is different.
- For best results, we’re going to recommend that the pet comes in every 4-6 weeks to stay ahead of the pets normal shedding cycle.
- The pet parent can elect to bring the pet back in within one week to have a mini-shed control treatment. Consisting of the finishing spray, high-velocity drying and brush out.
By giving Shed Control Treatment its own identity, we see groomers charge for this service two common ways…
- A tiered approach – $10, $15, $20, etc. additional to their normal base price.
- 50% of the pets base price. For example, the pets base price is $60 then the Shed Control Treatment would be an additional $30.