Usually, grooms don't need a college education. The most common degree for grooms is high school diploma with 38% graduates, with only 24% groom graduates earning bachelor's degree. Grooms who decided to graduate from college often finish University of Pennsylvania or University of Kentucky. Some good skills to have in this position include dexterity, listening skills and physical stamina.
To succeed in groom careers it is a good idea to earn popular professional certifications among grooms like, National Certified Master Groomer, OSHA Safety Certificate , or Certified Pet Dog Trainer (CPDT). To improve groom qualification and skills, we prepared some online courses to help in groom education paths.