She has more than 25 years experience grooming cats and dogs. “My passion for animals and the love of grooming dogs was the reason I started a career in dog grooming,” she explained. Meanwhile, Hosmer earned a degree in veterinary technology. A veterinary technician is a medical professional who uses the skills of a nurse, dental hygienist, surgical assistant, radiology technician, laboratory technician and nutritionist, among other things. “I went to college to be more knowledgeable in dog beds saving animals’ lives,” she said, “and to work right next to a veterinarian.” With such a passion for animals, it’s little wonder the two started Soggy Paws. “Mom wanted to start her own dog grooming facility,” Hosmer said. “I was currently working at a veterinary clinic and have worked at boarding and doggy daycare facilities and loved it, so I quit my job and we started Soggy Paws.” “At this time, we only offer professional pet grooming,” she added. “We have an amazing staff. Raelyn is our bather who’s been a part of the family since almost the beginning. Tiffany is our other groomer, she just recently became a part of Soggy Paws.” Mother and daughter admit working together can have its challenges but, Ford said, “My daughter and I have always been close.
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