Free Shih Tzu Grooming Seminar
Another Free Shih Tzu Grooming Seminar will be conducted on May 22, 2011 in SM City Sta Mesa.  The said grooming seminar will start at 1:00 pm. The seminar's resource persons are: 1.  Mr. Gerard Catedrilla - Distributor of #1 All Systems Pet Grooming Products and a professional Shih Tzu Handler/Trainer and Groomer 2.  Dr. Saza Maristela - for Virbac / Nutriplus Join the seminar and you can win some prizes plus lots of freebies !!!

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2 Responses so far.

  1. wilma j. arellano says:

    when would be your next schedule of your free seminar. thanks.

  2. Ogie ventura says:

    Pls.invite me if you have free grooming seminar for shihtzu. Tnx my email add. Ogieventura30@yahoo.com

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