Where Is Glenn Garcia's Dog Grooming Business? The 'Big Brother 18' Contestant Is A Hard Worker

Tuesday June 14, 2016 is a day that shall live on in forever in our hearts and minds, because it's the day that 12 of the cast members of Big Brother 18 were announced by CBS. In the future, there will be parades to celebrate this day, hopefully people will get off work, etc. For now, we just have to settle for information on the cast to tide us over for BB18 and the eventual holiday. One of the cast is Glenn Garcia, who according to Big Brother Network is a former NYPD detective and current dog groomer. He's also the oldest member of the cast at 50 and describes himself as "small, big, and great." I don't know about you, but I'm agreeing with him on the "great," because leaving a job where you have to work with humans who commit crimes in order to join one where you just get to work with fluffy puppies sounds like a pretty great idea to me. But where is Glenn Garcia's dog grooming business, if you want to get in on that action?

Like Glenn, his business is based in New York. It's called Pet Pampering Patrol, which seems like a fun wordplay on his past life as a police officer. The business doesn't have a specific location, because it's a mobile pet grooming business. This means that Glenn and his crew go around in their car and do grooming in the full-on doggy spa in the back of his van. They service different areas of New York including the Bronx, Lower Westchester, Yonkers, Mt. Vernon, and New Rochelle. 

If you've ever seen certain dogs getting groomed, or people getting arrested, then you might have a bit of an idea of the violence and anger Glenn has been putting up with for years. He started Pet Pampering Patrol in 2007, so he has had at least nine years of rocking complete patience and calm while still managing to accomplish his task. The company's Twitter claims it was the first mobile dog grooming business in the Bronx.

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Glenn's occupations current and past will certainly make him an excellent contestant on Big Brother. He's got the patience, the calm, the strength, and the detective skills to figure out any plots against him. It probably helps that he'll also be able to give everyone discounted hair cuts. (I mean, how different can a person's head be from a dog's body really?) I can't wait to see what this dog lover pulls out of his hat in BB18.

Images: CBS; PetPamperPatrol/Twitter (2)

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