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Does anybody have any recommendations for a good grooming supplies online store? I am specifically looking for a dryer stand or something where I can have hands free drying. The last time I gave Coco a bath, she was okay with the bath part, but when it came to the dryer, she was so scared and whined and tried to run away the whole time. I gave her treats during and after, but I think a dryer stand would help greatly.
 

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Originally posted by sunnydays@May 25 2005, 01:11 PM
Does anybody have any recommendations for a good grooming supplies online store? I am specifically looking for a dryer stand or something where I can have hands free drying. Thanks 

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Try Petedge! You can find ANYTHING!!!!! :D
I got an inexpensive handsfree dryer there...that sits on the table.
 

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Petedge.com is the best!! I order stuff from them all the time. Unfortunately, they recently went up on their "order less than $60 worth of stuff" fee. It used to be $5.99 and now it's $6.99.
 

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Originally posted by SpottyPoo@May 26 2005, 02:13 PM
Petedge.com is the best!! I order stuff from them all the time. Unfortunately, they recently went up on their "order less than $60 worth of stuff" fee. It used to be $5.99 and now it's $6.99.   

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If you register with them you can save your order and keep adding things until you are ready to order. I usually do that to save on the extra charges and sometimes I can reach the free shipping level
 

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Originally posted by littlepeanut+May 26 2005, 02:05 PM-->
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@May 26 2005, 02:13 PM
Petedge.com is the best!! I order stuff from them all the time. Unfortunately, they recently went up on their "order less than $60 worth of stuff" fee. It used to be $5.99 and now it's $6.99.   

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If you register with them you can save your order and keep adding things until you are ready to order. I usually do that to save on the extra charges and sometimes I can reach the free shipping level

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That's what I do also. Or I just try to hold off on buying little stuff until I need enough to make an order on there and get it all together cheaper.
 
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