Decorating your dog salon with a custom grooming table can be an expensive and time-consuming task. Luckily, there is the Master Equipment Grooming Table for Pets! The top of this table is slip resistant and helps keep pets in place while you groom them- so they won’t scurry around or get too anxious. Size does matter with this small grooming surface which measures only 18 inches in diameter. We have three colors to choose from so it will fit right into your décor whether you specialize in black, blue, or purple dogs!
5 Pet Grooming Tips
1. Use a good brush for your pet
You’ve spent the day grooming dogs and their hair is all over you! You need a tool that will remove it immediately, right? Well try a stiffer bristle brush on your clothes to help get rid of those pesky strands before heading inside. And on your pets too! It works like a charm and it’s gentle enough not to harm your furry friend.
2. Clean your table once in a while
This goes for any grooming table you have, even if it’s Master Equipment’s Grooming Table for Pets! As with all surfaces, whether they are countertops or tables, bacteria can make itself home and make your pet sick. To fix this, try using a disinfectant spray and wipe the surface down with a paper towel at least once per week.
3. Add some wheels to your table for easy transport
This is super useful! If you travel around often for grooming jobs, it might be best to get a Grooming Table on Wheels because you can easily transport it from place to place. And when it’s stored, you can lock the wheels for safety.
4. Use a raised table if your pets are big or short
If you have a taller breed that will use the grooming table lengthwise rather than width wise, it’s time to get yourself an elevated grooming table. If you have smaller dogs that are short, you can get a Grooming Table for Pets to be adjusted in height between 26-inch and 32-inch.
5. Keep your table clean!
This is super important if you want your pet to feel safe while they are on the grooming table. No one wants their dog to be covered in their own fur or have a smelly table. That is why you should keep your grooming table as clean as possible, just like the rest of your house!
Fur gets everywhere at dog salons. A stiff bristle brush on my clothes is very effective at removing the pesky strands from my clothing before I head inside.