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ANIMAL-ANIMAL Spotlight Rose  Agracewicz

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Finding your own approach

Groomers can be a big part of a pet's life. Rose Agracewicz cherishes the groomer-pet relationships. Over time, Rose is able to learn the intricacies of each pet, and add tremendous value to their lives. Like most relationships, you get out what you put in. Rose puts kindness, care and respect into her pets and clients, and gets rewarding feelings back.

"There is no single approach to grooming. Every pet needs something different, every groomer likes something different, and every owner wants something different."





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