Teri DiMarino

Groomer and pet styler

Groomer and pet styler

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Dog groomers are gathering this weekend at the Groom Expo West in Pasadena, where they can compete, take courses from experts, and visit the trade show for everything pet styling and…

‘We like dogs better than people,’ says pet stylist ahead of Groom Expo West in Pasadena

Dog groomers are gathering this weekend at the Groom Expo West in Pasadena, where they can compete, take courses from experts, and visit the trade show for everything pet styling and…

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