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Tracey

Wow! I haven't heard of this competition ... a lot of work seems to have gone into that 'Sphinx'.

I try not to judge either ... so I will do my best to say not much more.
Though I can't believe anyone would pay to watch that competition either!!!

cube

I'm a live and let live kind of person and I try not to judge, but I do reserve the right to criticize them to my heart's desire.

Hey, I'm sure there are tons of people out there who think I'm crazy, geeky, or downright weird. They're encouraged to criticise me to their heart's content.

Whatever floats your boat. It's all good.

cube

Um, that's criticize. I know how to spell... typing, not so much ;-)

jackie

Dexter would kill me..
go Rangers.

Linda

I had to laugh! What a lot of work!

Linda
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Khyra

If woo would follow our NFL boykhott woo might have more energy fur your Giants -

;-)

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Karen Friesecke

I kind of look at it like the World Hairdressing Championships. Intersting to look at but so not practical!

http://www.omchairworld.com/index.php?id=63

Dixie the Poodle

Izent a sfinx a big poosy kat? I sertanly woodent want to be mayd to look lyk a kat

Misti Sandefur

I must say, this is the first time I've heard of a dog grooming competition. Personally, it's not something I'd pay to watch either; however, based on what you wrote, apparently some people enjoy those competitions. Moreover, some may also watch thinking they'll learn something about grooming that they didn't know. Or maybe they'll learn a trick that makes grooming their dog easier. But to pay to learn dog grooming? Again, it's not something I'd do, especially since there is a lot of free dog grooming information on the Internet.

Basically, it all boils down to personal choice. ;)

Dog Grooming

It's good that there are people who work to make our dogs look good. Though it's other people's business, I think it's a waste of time and money to watch this kind of competition. Some looks are good and some are just ridiculous. Grooming would make our dogs feel good. I think simple grooming (bathing, brushing, cleaning ears, teeth and eyes and cutting nails) is enough.

paula zuzic

I competed in the very same comp. You are miss- leading people. NO ONE paid to see that comp. WE paid a small fee to be in it. NOT THE PUBLIC. You fail to mention that it was a trade show for the pet industry the general public were not permitted (Shame really)
And as a groomer its just a little fun, the dogs love all the attention and it is a skill that may not be everyones cup of tea but it makes lots of people smile and thats what's we like about creative grooming.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GROOMING ROCKS!!!

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