Winning a national competition is a snip for a March dog groomer

PUBLISHED: 17:24 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 17:24 14 September 2015

Doggy Styling

Doggy Styling


A Fenland dog groomer has beaten 40 others to win a national competition.

Doggy Styling after the cutDoggy Styling after the cut

Sam Laws from Doggy Styling in March High Street came first in the annual Room to Groom competition with her makeover of miniature poodle Pickles.

She took the black poodle from having a long coat to a smart new short trim.

Judge Charlotte Harrison said: “Sam’s groom was the biggest transformation of all the entries and the dog is finished beautifully.”

Sam said: “I was so shocked to come first. I entered as the entry fees were being donated to the charity Canine Partners and I never expected to get placed let alone win.”

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