OPAWZ Christmas Creative Pet Grooming Contest 2020

Christmas inspiration time!

With some creative thinking, you can turn your pet into a unique and memorable pooch for the traditional festive gatherings such as this special time of year like Christmas. 
Although a lot is going on in our world currently, there’s still so much that we can smile about.

We want to thank all the groomers for their incredible design and support as always!

Winners for the OPAWZ Christmas Contest 2020

1st place - Angela Stallone Hill
2nd place & people's choice - Erin E. Martin
3rd place - Fux Szabina Kutyafodrászat Ajka

Honorable Mention - Lauren Piston

 

Thank you for the awesome judges we had for this contest
Lori Craig
Kathleen Sepulveda

Below featuring the top 3 likes and our selected works from the OPAWZ Christmas Contest 2020.  

We want to thank all the groomers that participated in our OPAWZ Creative Pet Grooming Christmas Contest 2020. Thank you to all our participants and to our judges, it was not an easy contest to judge with so many amazing entries!

We look forward to seeing more of your amazing works in 2021! 

 

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Angela Stallone Hill
safe dog dye creative pet grooming
Erin E. Martin
safe pet dye christmas dog grooming contest
Fux Szabina Kutyafodrászat Ajka
safe pet dye grooming
Vikki Pearman
animal safe hair dye dog grooming
vanity_fur_grooming
uniquepupcutz
Sammie Rios
Taryn Binstead
Nicole Beckman
Roxanne RoxyI
Rayne Kracko
Becky Bole
Rachel Collins McCurry
Nicole Beckman
Michelle McCotter
Marjorie Snyder
Mariana Blanco
Lonnie Clay-Lewis
Lena Marie
Laurence Laferrière
Julie Lesh
jillymoochgrooms
Jessica Morgan Bechtel
Jessica Bowley
Desa-Rae Laurent
Lori Craig
Dana Georgescu
Christie Oliver Bahena
Abby Meleah HP
Anaïs Hayden
Andrea Saud Castillo
andreasaud_artista
Liz Thomison
Nikki Smith
Lauren Piston
Roxanne Roxy
Lonnie Clay-Lewis
Christina Lewis Wilt

 

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