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Recommended Dog Grooming Table with Arm

Was : $225.90
Price:$112.95
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  • Recommended Dog Grooming Table with Arm
  • Recommended Dog Grooming Table with Arm
  • Recommended Dog Grooming Table with Arm
  • Recommended Dog Grooming Table with Arm

Super Cheap Dog Store

Recommended Dog Grooming Table with Arm

Was : $225.90
Price:$112.95
You Save:$112.95(50%)
  • Description

★★★★4 Stars (4 reviews)

  • Color: Black, Size: 21.65" diameter
  • Grooming arm extends up to 28" high
  • Rotates 360 degrees, providing you with great control and greater flexibility, Can be used on any flat surface

Customer Feedback

★★★★★ Five Stars

Color: Black

Ordered the Go Pet Club Dog Grooming Table with Arm, this table is well built and I am happy that I purchased this. People have stated in the comments that the table moves on its own. I did not have this issue and felt that it stayed in place unless I moved it. I decided to put up a couple of photos, I guess I could have gotten better ones of the whole unit. I ended up purchasing a different harness based on the recommendations. The table made my grooming of my two pets much easier as they were used to sitting down, so this cut my grooming/drying time way down. I have the unit on top of a bathroom sink, the sink depth is also about 22 inches so it fits perfectly. It comes with an allen wrench tool to remove the arm for storage. The only thing I see here is that the arm moves with the table versus being stationary and the table only moving. No big deal but thought I would mention it. Now to find a good dryer/blower with a holder!

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★★★★☆ Four Stars

Color: Black

This is actually a very helpful product for those of us who groom our own dogs. It is somewhat large by design and so finding a place to store it when not in use is an issue. What I have found is that the only way to make it fit in a tight closet or under the bed is to remove the vertical arm that is bolted onto the rotating platform using the supplied Allen wrenches that come with it and keep the parts together in a zip lock bag that I rubber band to the two piece vertical bar that secures your dog to the rotating table. I also attached self adhesive rubber pads to the bottom of the rotating platform so as not to scratch my counter and provide a more stable base.That said, it works very well with my mini-schnauzer enabling me to just rotate him rather than have to keep walking around the counter myself dragging the clipper cord with me to groom him. It really saves a lot of time as I can instantly turn him from side to side to see if my lines match, if the cut is even and a big plus is that when I do it this way, the angle and intensity of the light is always the same. It took him about 15 minutes to initially get used to the rotating platform but now he just steps up and cooperates and it takes less effort this way than physically trying to turn my dog and getting him to stay once turned. There are those times when you want to take a quick look from side to side and out of habit, I used to just walk around the dog as it was faster and easier than turning him - now I don't have to.DIY FIX FOR ROTATION ISSUE: Some other reviewers have commented on the fact that this platform moves a bit too easily sometimes rotating (along with your pet) when you don't want it to. It tried various methods to rectify this including putting an old towel on the counter under the base to add a bit of friction to the rotating platform which worked but got all covered with fur. I also tried a 3" thick block of urethane foam which I got at a local craft shop and this too worked. Probably the least difficult solution that I have found is to wrap some Bon 11-772 350-Feet No.15 Mason's Twisted Nylon Line, White twice around the ball bearing assembly and tie it, this provides just enough additional friction to make it more stable. The nylon line is just thin enough to fit between the metal plates and wrapping it twice around them provided just the right amount of resistance. If you feel you need a bit more of a "brake" to lessen it's rotation try three times around bearings. I am posting pictures to show you what I did - a picture is worth a thousand words and I hope this helps. I do not think that the nylon rope will permanently damage the unit and if it breaks, just remove the worn line and replace it. BTW, I just tied it off with a simple double knot.Hope this helps.

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★★★★★ Five Stars

Color: Black

We have three Pomeranians, and bath/groom day was a pain- always a two-person operation, one holder and one groomer. This table makes it a one-person job by keeping the little wiggly critters in one place for brushing and trimming. The turntable makes positioning the dogs easy, and the sturdy leash arm keeps them in place.The unit is light weight and very solid, with a smooth operating turntable and a nice rubber mat surface that makes the dogs comfortable. This unit is 22 inches in diameter, while most other turntables are 18 inches, so it holds bigger dogs. We use it for dogs weighing 4 to 18 pounds, and all fit fine. The leash arm bolts on, so don't expect to fold it for storage. Highly recommended.

★★★★★ Five Stars

Color: Black

I would recommend this turntable. It has definitely made the job of grooming 2 very hairy dogs much easier than it was before. I doubt anything could make the dogs enjoy grooming but they are calmer and better behaved on this table, making their grooming a little less stressful (for them and for us). Turning the table is easier than turning the dog. I was hoping to find a slightly larger table so the dogs could lay down on it but this was the largest I could find. When standing on the table, our 25 pound dogs fit on the table with a little over an inch to spare.

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