About the School

The Michigan School of Canine Cosmetology (MSCC) was founded by Dina Perry and has been teaching the art of pet grooming since 1986. In 1991 Sandy Cook became the School's Director. Sandy and Dina worked together until 1996 when Sandy purchased the school and took over operations. Since then, Sandy has continued to offer a higher level of education to students learning how to become pet groomers by providing a knowledgeable staff and state of the art equipment. In 2011, she made the decision to buy a building and move the location of the school to be able to expand the opportunities the school has to offer.  In recognition of her efforts, she won an award from an area Business Association for her renovations and improvement to the community.

As the first grooming school in Michigan, MSCC has been at the forefront of professional grooming education in the state. MSCC is a vocational training institute that prides itself on teaching the art of pet grooming combined with the animal know how and business savvy to have a successful and rewarding career working with animals. YOU are able to make a living doing something you love and are passionate about! Qualified groomers are in demand and have the ability and opportunity to make an excellent living working in the their choice of professional environments. Whether they prefer self employment, a salon, mobile grooming unit, kennel, veterinary practice, large scale pet care facility or even from the comfort of their own home, it's all a possibility. In the past fifteen years, our graduate placement rate has been between 97% and 100%.

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