Science Of Skin

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Dr. Cliff Faver & Suzanne Marchetti

The Science of Skin is a four part lecture series that builds on concepts. It is very important to attend all four lectures to get the most out of this series so that you can have a complete understanding of the “why” in what you do, or should be doing, in your care of the hair and skin of our pets. This is taught by a veterinarian and a groomer from a scientific perspective but will be taught at a level even the beginner will benefit from.

Hour 1) Short Coat

Pet coats can be defined into 3 types; short, medium and long. During this lecture Dr. Faver and Suzanne will discusses the short coat and its anatomy, specific skin and hair needs, skin problems specific to the short coated pets and the best ingredients to use to get optimal health and beauty.

Hour 2) Medium Coat

Pet coats can be defined into 3 types; short, medium and long. During this lecture Dr. Faver and Suzanne will discusses the medium coat and its anatomy, specific skin and hair needs, skin problems specific to the medium coated pets, history and evolution of the medium “primitive” coat and the best ingredients to use to get optimal health and beauty.

Hour 3) Long Coat

Pet coats can be defined into 3 types; short, medium and long. During this lecture Dr. Faver and Suzanne will discusses the long coat anatomy, the specific needs of the long coated pet, skin problems specific to long coat pets, handling matting and tangling issues and the best ingredients to use to get optimal health and beauty.

Hour 4) Therapies

Do you see pets with allergies, bacterial infections, excessive itching, dry, flakey skin, fungal/yeast infections and parasites but don’t know what to do? During this lecture learn how to successfully work on pets with these skin and hair problems. This comprehensive lecture is complete with case studies, full color before and after pictures and solutions to the pet skin problems groomers see every day. This lecture will help you apply all the principles you have learned in the earlier lectures.