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    We are planning to use the 2000 sf floor plan in your book. What you would suggest for the inspection table at the front counter area. We want to keep on a budget? That is the best plan we ever saw and perfect since we have 2150 sf in our lease. 3 groomers and 1 cat only groomer, and pet massage or reiki room a couple days a week.

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    Originally posted by poodoodle View Post
    We are planning to use the 2000 sf floor plan. What you would suggest for the inspection table at the front counter area. We want to keep on a budget? That is the best plan we ever saw and perfect since we have 2150 sf in our lease. 3 groomers and 1 cat only groomer, and pet massage or reiki room a couple days a week.
    Forgot. We want a separate entry door for cats only and a separate front counter for cat check in and out. Ideas?

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      It is good for a more square oriented space, corner unit, not long and narrow. One of my favorites too. Since the table is being used only for inspection and not grooming, here is where you can save some money. You don't have to have a hydraulic or electric for this table. But if you want to reduce lifting, perhaps hydraulic. Used table in decent condition would be fine. Fresh cover on the tabletop would look nice.

      Sure we have done those and highly suggest separate cat entries for busy salons. The same reception person should be able to get to the separate counter easily. Of course some people will have both a cat and a dog sometimes. So don't be too strict if they want to choose to use just one door! That has to be taken into account. Good idea, but a bit tricky. I can show you solutions but first you need to know the exact space you are going to work with.

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