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Hi! I've been considering getting a grooming table for the girls for their brushing and topknots because its hard to get them leave each other alone while i'm brushing. We've been using the washing machine top with a towel on it, but I think its time for an upgrade. I'm thinking about this table because its supposed to weigh about ten pounds, fold flat for storage, and be 34" tall with a non-slip surface. What do you think? Do you have a favorite table?
 

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Thanks for the tips! Kristi, I'm sorry you can't see the image, heres the website if your interested: Table Works
Its the ringside table. I want something pretty small that folds flat for storage, but is at least 34" tall so I don't have to stoop to much
 

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Originally posted by LadysMom@Nov 18 2005, 02:25 PM
My only concern about table that small would be if it has enough room for brushes, combs and maybe a duck-type hair dryer.

I have one of those organizers to hold all Lady's grooming tools, but when I am actually grooming her. I keep everything laid out on the table. I would not dare take my eyes off her for even a second while she's up so high.

By the time I've laid out the brushes and combs, the Ice on Ice, her bow, maybe the small clippers, it gets pretty full!
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Hmm, that could be a problem. Here comes the tape measure
 

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Originally posted by CandicePK@Nov 19 2005, 09:06 AM
Hi there!  I have the smaller grooming table and I love love love it.  Can you tell I love that thing?  :D  I went with the smaller one because of space constraints.  It works perfectly for us.  It has enough room for my baby, a comb and scissors.  I don't blow dry Chloe so that's not an issue for us.
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I'm glad to hear you love yours because I think i've decided to go ahead with the smaller one too. I really only need room for the dog, a brush and comb, and the bands. I'm afraid to get one with too much room, Harley might be all over the place and doing laps on it
 
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