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Tosha’s
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Overcoming Perfectionism

Like most creatives, Tasha Montoya has a perfectionist streak in her. While a desire to get every cut perfect is great to have, it can create a lot of stress. Tasha's ability to put the focus on the pets and make them the priority enables her to find enjoyment and purpose in every groom.

"When I see a dog come in timid and scruffy, and leave feeling happy, clean and proud? it is the best feeling!"





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