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Old 12-02-2012, 11:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Since I have to chase my spoo around the bathroom to groom him and I didn't want to spend a lot on a table, we put this together yesterday. Still need to attach the carpet, otherwise it is good to go. I tested it out by laying on it! Lol if it can support me, it can support my spoo!
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Well, how smart , very good job, that will work, and best of all, saved some money. GOOD.
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Nice! It looks good and sturdy. A good table is almost a necessity!

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Dont carpet it...yucky poo....fleas, filth, bacteria. Go to Lowes and get rubbed rubber runner and staple gun it all underneath. The base is much to narrow...its gonna tip when the dog moves too close to the edge which they always do. They try to huddle and be small and thats where the greatst amount of weight will be....broken leg or dislocated shoulder on your baby. Take a look at the wider /bases on pro tables...also notice that goomers never use carpet. Using a towel is good enough, even a quilt but dont carpet your table.
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I was going to recommend what partial2poodles said! Carpet wouldn't be very good for the table at all, this photo sort of shows the material that's on my table. It's hard plastic with lines running the length through it, the dogs have grip and all I have to do is get a broom and sweep all the hair off with the lines.
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Dont carpet it...yucky poo....fleas, filth, bacteria. Go to Lowes and get rubbed rubber runner and staple gun it all underneath. The base is much to narrow...its gonna tip when the dog moves too close to the edge which they always do. They try to huddle and be small and thats where the greatst amount of weight will be....broken leg or dislocated shoulder on your baby. Take a look at the wider /bases on pro tables...also notice that goomers never use carpet. Using a towel is good enough, even a quilt but dont carpet your table.
Thank you! The carpet is quite a bit larger (and not attached!) than the base and gives the illusion of being tippy, but I will definitely be careful and have an assistant the first few times to see and help prevent accidents.

I will take the advice of getting the rubber runner or something like that to clean easily and not be a flea nest! Eeek! Hadn't thought of that!
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hilshaven: I admire your carpentry skills! And I love how Winston seems to be "sizing" up the table in the first photo. (Any chance you'd make me a picnic table?!) Are you going to make a grooming arm too? I used to need one to secure Chagall, but now he just stands on the grooming table and "endures." Sometimes he goes at the dangling grooming loop like it's a pinata, he's such a fun-seeker!
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hilshaven: I admire your carpentry skills! And I love how Winston seems to be "sizing" up the table in the first photo. (Any chance you'd make me a picnic table?!) Are you going to make a grooming arm too? I used to need one to secure Chagall, but now he just stands on the grooming table and "endures." Sometimes he goes at the dangling grooming loop like it's a pinata, he's such a fun-seeker!
You read my mind! That is my next step...of course I could take the easy route and order one OR I can try and rig one out of stuff like clamps and eye bolts and PVC pipe at the hardware store!
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I was going to recommend what partial2poodles said! Carpet wouldn't be very good for the table at all, this photo sort of shows the material that's on my table. It's hard plastic with lines running the length through it, the dogs have grip and all I have to do is get a broom and sweep all the hair off with the lines.
I picked up the plastic runner and gott'er stapled down! Did my first face groom with the assistance of my son holding the pooch since Winston was not thinking he needed his face trimmed! The plastic just wiped right off. Thanks for the suggestion :-)
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