I am applying for a job at a dog grooming place and dont no what to say?
Topic: What should i write in my cover letter for a job
June 16, 2019 / By Janet Question:
i am applying for a job at a dog grooming place and dont no what to say in my intrests and also where to put that i like animals as i am thinking that i need to write that i have some interest. do i write it on my c.v, what should i write or should i put in in a covering letter? thanks :)
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Erynn | 4 days ago
That is up to you what you write, but without trying to be critical, you really need to work on your capitalization and punctuation before you write anything. Honestly, I'm trying to tell you this in a constructive way, not mean way.
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Originally Answered: Grooming Kit help?
Once the new horse has passed a 5 star vetinary check - have a look in its passport for when you need its next annual booster jabs. Also find out about worming, when last dosed and for what type of worms. Then you can buy it with confidence.
Your grooming kit should have the following.
Dandy brush, body brush, water brush, face brush.
I use my fingers for mane and tail to prevent pulling hairs out and breaking them with a brush or comb. After saying that, you can buy mane and tail brushes and combs. (I don't like them personally)
At least 4 different coloured sponges. One for eyes, one for nose and muzzle, one for under the tail and if it's a mare, one for her udders and lady bits!
A curry comb for cleaning the dirt/hairs from body brush as you groom. A stable rubber for after grooming.
Hoof pick and brush.You don't need hoof oil as this prevents the natural elements getting at the hoof and frog etc... Only for shows though.
Depending on the colour of the horse, get a good shampoo to match the coat . If you get a conditioner DO NOT use it on the saddle area of the coat, it will slip and dont use it on the neck as it will get on the reins and THEY will slip. You will need a sweat scraper too.
Keep all your grooming kit clean by washing them at least once a month. You can't keep a horse clean with dirty brushes!!
Also a rubber curry comb to remove loose hairs before grooming and loosen dirt in the coat. This will also improve circulation of the blood and make him feel good.
You will need an ample supply of towels to dry the heels and pastern areas, ears and face after washing
One or two tail bandages.
You may also want a box or plaiting bands (unless you prefer to sew the plaits, in which case you will need a pair of scissors)
Keep it all together in a decent sized box.
Hope this helps and good luck with the new horse.
An employer is going to want to know that you will be able to communicate efficiently in both a verbal and written manner, especially when dealing with the clients.
Using correct spelling, grammar and punctuation will be a strong first step to gaining a step up on the competition.
Your cover letter should include a short synopsis of your experience with animals, any specialized education or experience you have acquired in the pet industry and why you feel you would be the best candidate for the position.
Your resume should include verifiable job history and personal as well as professional references.
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Learn to write and spell a letter then list all your experiences with dog grooming, include pictures of your work from dog grooming school and recommendations from your instructors, unless you just want to be a bather, which is what you would start as. Then just express your love of dogs and how you want to obtain as much experience as possible around a professional groomer.
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well if you have experience with animals like if you have groomed before or worked at a kennel. also mention if you own pets and let them know you are very animal friendly. if you do not have experience just let them know you are a very hard worker and fast learner, and really want to get your foot in the door with an animal related job so you are willing to learn how to groom and are willing to do any help they may need at their shop. well good luck hope you get the job!
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I have worked at a dog groomers and daycare before. Just tell them you love animals, what type of animals you have, what type of experience you have (like breaking up dog fights, preventing bites, trimming nails, etc) it's pretty easy to get a job at a groomers.
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