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Congrats to you for being able to go to a fantastic grooming school. You will be way ahead of the game compared to the schooling I got (Petco). My friend, who I referred to, she went to NY School of Dog Grooming in 1988. 17 years ago. She has left grooming for years at a time. She doesn't own a single grooming video, has come to ME for advice on grooming, both technical and business things. She is opening a brand new shop after not touching a dog in 2 years.. and her sign outside her shop says she is a certified master groomer because her school certificate says she is one.
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i do believe the cfmg is certified feline master groomer....someone who went to the cat school should be able to answer that for ya. and i believe the other is one of the canine schools that certifys.Hi, I am Pearl Johnstone and I first decided to pursue a career in pet grooming back in 1989. After grooming dogs and cats for several years in several salons, I began instructing other groomers on the techniques used to achieve the finest clips for their clients. Believing in excellence, I decided to pursue and ultimately was awarded my certification as a "Nationally Certified Master Groomer" and am proud to say that I was the only the fourth groomer in the state of Nevada to achieve this level of certification.Kathy Sanders is a National Certified Master Groomer with over 35 years of dog grooming experience, teaching and shop start ups. Groomadog Academy is an on-campus academy learning facility that covers all aspects of the dog grooming industry from grooming dogs to starting your own dog grooming business. In addition to hands on learning, Kathy Sanders has authored instructional books, videos and detailed grooming images for her classes to learn by.Certification is the standardized method to obtain professional recognition for those pet groomers whose knowledge, techniques, abilities and skills have been tested and thereby Certified as having met the high standards set forth by the National Dog Groomers Association of America. Certified individuals have displayed exceptional knowledge and skill in both the written and practical skills testing procedure. Only then earning the prestigious title of "National Certified Master Groomer"®Emma Belle started grooming April of 2004 working with and under the encouragement of a very qualified master groomer. She studied and worked hard for four years to attain all of the qualifications and initial certifications necessary to qualify to take the National Certified Master Groomer® exam. She studied many books that were thick enough to be used as a child's booster seat as well as applying all of her hands on talent and artistic abilities that would make her stand out. At the end of that fourth year the announcement was made that the final exam would be held in Colorado. It came at a time when money to pay for everything was way out of her reach. She turned to her family who chipped in money for the exam, travel, food and accommodations. She passed the judge's scrutiny of the dogs she groomed and the final step was the two hour written exam. She and the rest of the class sat down and began the test. After she finished she was surprised to see that she had finished well ahead of the allotted time. She went to the back of the room and began to pace while her test was being examined. One of the certifiers observing this antsy young girl asked why she was so deeply concerned. She responded with a grateful heart, "You don't understand, my family paid for me to be here. I cannot fail." The certifier who was examining the test Emma had taken, caught onto what was happening and began to say as she graded, "Oh, Emma. Oh, Emma." Of course this made Emma pace all the more. Then the certifier announced to the near-beside-herself Emma, "Emma, you have finished second highest in the nation."Upon passing the first qualifications one must pass the National Certified Master Groomer® Exam - This written exam consists of 400 questions covering all of the groups not previously taken including working, toy and hound groups, anatomy, breed standards, breed identification, glossary of canine terms, general health and ability to identify general health problems and disease, pesticides, clipper I.D., and cat questions. In order to attain NCMG status an 85% overall average of all phases must be attained.