Traci’s Organic Paws Shoppe hires two new groomers

The two new groomers began working at the shop in January.

Traci’s Organic Paws Shoppe recently announced that they have added two new professional dog and cat groomers to the shop.

Didde Beakdahl and Judith Breed began working here in January. They studied and worked at a salon located in Redmond Ridge. They enjoy working together as a team.

Didde graduated from Maser’s Academy of Fine Grooming in March 2015. She received her Professional Groomer Certificate and Salon Professional Certificate in December 2015 and her Advanced Professional Groomer Certification in December 2016. She is also certified for Pet First Aid and CPR.

Didde and Judith are eager to develop their skills and. Currently, Didde is studying to obtain her Master Groomer Certification. This is the highest level of professional grooming certification and usually takes four to five years combining study and practice before taking the exams.

Judith also attended Maser’s School of Fine Grooming in 2015 and the Pet First Aid and CPR training. She completes continuing education by attending grooming workshops to develop her skills further.

Didde Beakdahl is originally from Denmark. She moved to Redmond with her family twelve years ago.

She is married and has three children as well as three standard poodles. She loves pampering her dogs with our exclusive line of pet shampoos and conditioners, giving the dogs a massage and connecting with their owners.

Judith Breed moved to Redmond with her husband ten years ago from the Netherlands. Judith has four children and two chi-weenies.

She looks forward to meeting and grooming your four legged family members. While in the Netherlands, she worked as an ICU nurse. Hospitals can be stressful for patients and she made it a priority for patients to feel comfortable. She uses this same approach while grooming your pets.

Grooming can be very stressful for some dogs. She looks forward to meeting and grooming your four legged family members. Judith enjoys working with puppies, older dogs and rescues and taking the time for them to become relaxed and enjoy the grooming experience.

Both Didde and Judith are Members of the International Professional Groomers Association and National Dog Groomers of America.

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