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Hi. My name is***** Thank you for your question. What is this guy's name? Do you feel that he's been chewing his feet more prior to this grooming? Is he one that has ear issues? Do you see any nasal or eye discharge?
If he's not having any similar situation at home or in other environments than after he gets boarded and groomed, then there has to be some suspicion that the environment there has something he's reacting too. Could he be more sensitive to something that was used on him? A particular shampoo or product? Could he have a little allergy to something that he's exposed to there as far as plants / grasses / pollens that aren't his his immediate environment? Could he be reacting to something that he's eating as a treat or such? These are considerations that I'd have. My suspicion is maybe he's overly sensitive to the shampoo that is being used for the bathing.
I'm glad to help and hope everything improves / returns to normal like the previous time. If there is some "contact" irritant still on the skin / fur, you could do a quick bath with cool water at home to help rinse anything off.