Asian Style Miniature Schnauzer with Lisa Hart, July 8th 2018

April 23rd, 2018

Do you want to learn how to create the cutest Schnauzer face ever? Don’t miss this seminar!

Lisa Hart is a award winning groomer with 14 years of experience in dog grooming and handling dogs of all breeds. She very much enjoys and likes to specialize in Asian Fusion styles. She has won Asian Fusion classes at the British Dog Grooming Championship and Strictly Come Grooming with other placings at The Grooming Show in 2017 and 2018. In her busy schedule she still finds time to volunteer to groom at local rescue centres.

We have up to 15 places available for the morning seminar/demo for £45; 5 places are available on the afternoon workshop at £40. Combined places are discounted to £80
Fee is payable via PayPal to: enquiries@vitacanis.co.uk

Lunch an drinks are provided.

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