A waterproof, static-free rubber top layer combines with deluxe aluminum-alloy edging, keeping the solid wood from warping. The reinforced iron stand beneath with a black powder finish can resist rust and provide long-term service. The stable construction can support up to 220 lbs. Firmly attached on the edge of the tabletop by a sturdy metal clamp, the stainless steel grooming arm with a loop hanging can be adjusted effortlessly to accommodate dogs of various sizes, safely keeping them in place. The tubular legs can be easily folded for space-saving storage and transport. Boasting a light weight (22 lbs), this piece can be conveniently carried from room to room. Moreover, the round edges are designed for greatest safety. The stable stand equipped with nonslip caps can prevent the floor from scratches.
The professional grooming table for pets
Perfect for domestic or commercial use
Solid wood top board with aluminum-alloy edging
Nonslip and static-free rubber surface
Foldable iron stand with a black powder finish
Adjustable metal grooming arm with a loop hanging
Support up to 220 lbs
Lightweight for easy carry
Nonslip foot caps for floor protection
Easy assembly with step-by-step instructions
I used to cut my dogs' hair sitting on the stole and crouching over the dog. It takes its toll on my back. Today, I cut my puppy's hair and my back was just fine. I love this table. I also replaced the grooming clipper with a wired one because the wireless was not strong enough to cut through the thick long hair of my puppy. I highly recommend it.
I picked this table for two main reasons. I liked the white frame (top is black) and it's just a little longer than all of the other ones in a similar price range. I thought that I'd rather have something a little bigger than I needed rather than smaller. That has proved a good choice (size).
I have this set up on our enclosed front porch and sometimes Floki and Jax hop up there just to lay and relax so I'll grab one of the combs or brush from the hanging basket shelf below them and give them a quick groom. Other times I get one of them up there and do a more thorough grooming. Oh, and that wire shelf, yep, that was a selling point for me too and I'm glad I can keep their grooming tools out there easily within reach while at the table.
I have not set up the attachment with the leashes yet. These boys like being groomed so they lay there for me but I will eventually set it up because I would like to train them to stand for me while I comb them. It's natural for them to want to lay down and give me their tummies :)
Overall, I find this table to be attractive, well made, sturdy, and useful. The price ($99) was on the lower end of other ones I saw and it was a little bigger than the others in that size range. I'm glad I didn't get the slightly smaller black-framed one from the same vendor just to save a few bucks. Almost did but this bigger one was my best choice and I much prefer the white frame.
I cannot say how this would be for dogs, it won't hold either of our Siberian Huskies! But I would think it'd be great for small to smaller-medium sized dogs as long as they aren't rambunctious.
I found this one and thought I would try it. I absolutely love it! It rivals my expensive table PLUS it folds for storage! It also has a strap to hold their butts up (I have lazy shih tzus) that my first one doesn’t! I definitely recommend this table!