Leena Munikempanna, who runs Pawpad, is now a Certified Canine Esthetician! Adding this to her portfolio of skills has been an incredibly satisfying journey!
What does it mean to be certified as a Canine Esthetician?
The certificate course addresses the requisite skills in laying a strong foundation in understanding canine skin and haircoat. Leena is now equipped with the knowledge and skills required to address canine skin and coat issues. The course has also enabled Leena to test Pawpad pet grooming services by international industry standards.
Being certified means Leena is better able to engage with your vet. We will collaboratively work with your dog, you, your vet and other team members to look more holistically as to how we can contribute towards the health of your dog’s skin and coat. This will be a much slower process involving multiple sessions. The improved health of your dog’s skin and coat is the end goal.
The Certificate Course – By Whom? Where?
The certificate course in becoming a canine esthetician is a PGC (Professional Grooming Credentials) approved course. This is an extremely comprehensive course covering everything to do with canine skin and coat care. You can read more on the course on their website at https://canineesthetician.com/
How to Book A Session?
If you would like to consult with Leena on your dog’s skin and coat issue please do mention it when you book your grooming appointment. We will co-ordinate with you further from there.