“The front room of the shop had to be completely damp proofed, this took a few weeks in itself. “Then I had to hire an electrician to replace the fuse box in order to get the electricity working, install all new plug sockets and fix the lighting. “I also had a plumber to install the bath and replace the old toilet and sink. “On top of all this I spent about eight hours a day working on the shop, decorating inside and outside, getting rid of rubbish, thoroughly cleaning the shop and installing the equipment.” Claudia Hardy from Bideford had dreamt of opening Dog Collar her own business and “after five years of saving money and building on grooming skills” she finally took the plunge (Image: Rob Tibbles) Applications open for adoption of puppies found dumped in Torquay Claudia said she was fortunate to have help from family to get the salon ready for business. She started dog grooming when she was 17-years-old and achieved her Level 3 City & Guilds qualification at a salon in London. Claudia continued working as a dog groomer in London before moving to North Devon where she worked in the trade for four years. She said: “I am and always have been a big animal lover. I really enjoy being a dog groomer because I get to see and work with dogs everyday. “Also there are so many health benefits for dogs from being groomed.
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