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Blue Planet Dog opens in Hamlin

Rochester Business Journal
March 31, 2014

Blue Planet Dog Inc. has opened in Hamlin, offering holistic grooming for dogs that fear traditional grooming methods.

The salon specializes in gentle handling and retraining of dogs by providing a calm environment for reactive dogs. Each appointment is private and each dog is groomed individually, which allows owner Deborah Hartmann to fully focus on each client, she said.
 
Hartmann is a professional groomer with bachelor’s degrees in zoology and art. She is a member of the National Dog Groomers’ Association of America and the National Association of Professional Groomers.

Prospective clients can contact Blue Planet Dog at blueplanetdog@gmail.com.

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