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Fran Tite was about to retire when she moved to Burnie but couldn’t escape the family business of dog grooming. Now Ms. Tite and her son Sam are preparing to open the second Doggy Hair Doos Dog Grooming location in Wynyard. Mr Tite said the move to a new location was in response to demand. “We’ve had a lot of interest from Wynyard, Stanley, Forest, so we’re considering branching out that way,” said Tite. Ms. Tite said she had been in the industry for 18 years and would retire after moving to the Northwest Coast, but got pulled back into it. She said she has been “in full swing” since opening her salon in Burnie in November. . “Sam followed suit two months ago and I said, ‘That’s it, you gotta help, I’m too busy,'” said Mrs. Tite. Mr Tite said they worked together on the Gold Coast and that his mother trained him and his five other siblings. Mrs. Tite said each of her six children was born with a clipper in hand. “I don’t even call it a job, it’s a hobby,” she said. Mr Tite will run the Wynyard store, he said all sizes and races are welcome. Ms. Tite said she would continue to make the little dogs at Burnie and planned to expand the size of her shop in the same location. Doggy Hair Doo’s Dog Grooming Wynyard opens September 6th and is operated from the Paw Prints facility. Our journalists work hard to bring local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:

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Fran Tite was about to retire when she moved to Burnie but couldn’t escape the family business of dog grooming.

Now Ms. Tite and her son Sam are preparing to open the second Doggy Hair Doos Dog Grooming location in Wynyard.

Mr Tite said the move to a new location was in response to demand.

“We’ve had a lot of interest from Wynyard, Stanley, Forest, so we’re considering branching out that way,” said Tite.

Ms. Tite said she had been in the industry for 18 years and would retire after moving to the northwest coast, but got pulled back into it.

DOGGY DOOS: Fran Tite, pictured with her Scottish Fold Patrick, is adding a second location to Doggy Hair Doos Dog Grooming with her son Sam.  Image: Simon Sturzaker

DOGGY DOOS: Fran Tite, pictured with her Scottish Fold Patrick, is adding a second location to Doggy Hair Doos Dog Grooming with her son Sam. Image: Simon Sturzaker

She said she has been “in full swing” since opening her salon in Burnie in November.

“Sam followed suit two months ago and I said, ‘That’s it, you gotta help, I’m too busy,'” said Mrs. Tite.

Mr Tite said they worked together on the Gold Coast and that his mother trained him and his five other siblings.

Mrs. Tite said each of her six children was born with a clipper in hand.

“I don’t even call it a job, it’s a hobby,” she said.

Mr Tite will run the Wynyard store, he said all sizes and races are welcome.

Ms. Tite said she would continue to make the little dogs at Burnie and planned to expand the size of her shop in the same location.

Doggy Hair Doos Dog Grooming Wynyard opens September 6th and is conducted within the Paw Prints facility.

Our journalists work hard to bring local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:

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