(How to Make Dog Grooming Table)

(How to Make Dog Grooming Table)

How to make Dog grooming Table-Cleaning your dogs coat often can help prevent bacteria from forming and spreading through their skin. This table provides a simple solution to this problem. Make sure that your dog has a good bath before using this table.

1. Dog Grooming Table

The table is easy to assemble and can be disassembled into four pieces. This makes assembly/disassembly fast and simple. The dog grooming table comes with a 2-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

dog grooming table

2. Dog Grooming Table Legs

The legs are made from heavy gauge steel and powder coated black. They are rust proof and come with rubber feet that help protect flooring surfaces.

3. Dog Grooming Table Top

The top has a durable acrylic surface that won’t scratch floors or wood furniture. The top is also stain resistant and is ideal for pet owners who want to keep their furniture looking clean and neat. The top is 6 inches wide and is made from sturdy 1/4 inch thick MDF boards. The top is attached to the table using screws.

Grooming Tools:

Grooming tools are necessary for dog owners who groom their pets regularly. You can use your regular grooming tools, but make sure to keep them clean. Your grooming tools should include:

  • Bristle brush: This tool helps remove dead hair from the skin. Make sure that the bristles are not too hard or too soft. A hard bristle brush removes dead hair faster than a softer one; however, a softer brush is easier to maneuver around tight areas like under the chin or behind the ears. If you have any questions about which type of brush works best for you, consult with your vet or groomer before buying a new brush.
  • Scissors: These scissors help trim away dead hair and maintain the natural shape of your pet’s coat. Use these scissors to cut pieces off the ends of the fur to prevent split ends.
  • Tweezers: Tweezers are used to pluck out loose hairs that may be stuck between the barbs of other brushes. They are also useful to pick up small bits of debris that may get caught in the coat.
  • Curling iron/Straightening iron: These tools allow you to straighten your dog’s fur. However, they only work properly if the hair has been properly conditioned first. Conditioning the hair means applying a bit of oil to each section of the fur and then combing through it thoroughly. Once this step is complete, the curling iron can easily smooth out the curls and waves back into place.
  • Hand Scritches: This is another great way to stimulate circulation and remove dead skin cells from your dogs feet. You can use a hand-scratch technique for yourself too!

 

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