Grooming table: Any recommendations?

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Grooming table: Any recommendations?

Post by Jaybz » 23 Jul 2014, 14:12


I'm looking to purchase a grooming table for our 25kg Bella. She's relatively good about being groomed, but does have a tendency to lie down. I'd like to get a table which would have harnesses for her head so she doesn't try to lick and nibble me, and for her backside so she doesn't sit/lie down. Also like the idea of saving my knees and back!

Sorry if this has been posted before; I did do a search but couldn't come up with anything specific.


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Re: Grooming table: Any recommendations?

Post by Cocochanel » 23 Jul 2014, 15:06

Loads on ebay for about £70 free delivery not to big and fold away.
Just search dog grooming table :)

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Re: Grooming table: Any recommendations?

Post by suebedo » 23 Jul 2014, 17:53

Hi got a hydraulic table and I wouldn't bother again. We still lift them up and down as they don't like the movement when they are on it even with us holding them. For a standard foldaway table, if it has a bar at the top or a side arm, I'd look at the way the rings are made. My one had a hole in the metal that basically had a large key ring to attach the lead to. Unsurprisingly, the first time it came under any pressure at all (one of them sitting down) the key ring failed!

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Re: Grooming table: Any recommendations?

Post by Bid » 23 Jul 2014, 18:32

I would go for an H bar where there are uprights at both ends of the table. THis is the one I have ... le-43-p528
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Re: Grooming table: Any recommendations?

Post by Helen & Rigby » 23 Jul 2014, 19:24

I have the blue top one from Amazon with the h bar, I'm very pleased with it. I think it was about £70 but three clips and it's paid for :D

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Re: Grooming table: Any recommendations?

Post by Ben » 23 Jul 2014, 22:35


Have a look online at Groomers Online. And Christie's Direct.

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