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    Does anyone have or have any experience with one? They look pretty homey with the cabinet and flooring options.

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    Originally posted by RevWind View Post
    Does anyone have or have any experience with one? They look pretty homey with the cabinet and flooring options.
    Don't they? Really nice! They also are not AS expensive as the popular brands.

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    • #3
      I thought you were not interested in getting a trailer? What happened?
      If your dog is fat, you are not getting enough exercise!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by diamienono View Post
        I thought you were not interested in getting a trailer? What happened?
        For as long as I've been strung along by people, not getting anywhere, I'm looking at ANY option. I was briefly told (without explanation) that getting a new personal vehicle and a trailer might be easier than getting a van. I'd have to sell my car and I still owe on it, so I don't know how it would be easier. I'm just looking at options. I just want to get my butt on the road! Is that such a hard thing to ask of people? Apparently, given my experiences so far, it is. Given time, I can be quite adaptable. I just don't like to admit it or deal with the initial adjustments.

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        • #5
          you will need a very big truck to pull one of those with, which means more fuel consumption. think about all the wood inside that thing too...I personally wouldn't want wood due to the moisture inside. lots to have to replace in a few years, not mentioning the floor!! check out gryphon...very nice trailers and Joe is a very nice man to work with!

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          • #6
            I would wait 6 months until you can save more money, the biggest mistake groomers make is going into business underfunded. If you can hardly afford a truck/trailer where are you getting money to advertise, supplies, yellowbook ad?????? Do you know when the yellow book comes out? Will you be left out an entire year??? Think about it!

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            • #7
              Not Hose-able that is what I noticed when I looked at them. when I get a trailer if I ever do go that route. I think I want a Hanvey. They look nice, and are built better to be longer lasting. They come with all the equipment I want. And best of all I can hose down the floor. It seems their prices are reasonable too. I know what it's like to want to get out on your own I was miserable for so long working for a big corporation, and I went and opened a housecall grooming business until I can afford a trailer. Don't give up your dreams will come true. I believe God has a plan.

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              • #8
                the Gryphon's have hoseable floors too if you want! and wayyyy more affordable! and you can lease one also, so no money down! And Doug is helping them out with inverters!!

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                • #9
                  I did in home grooming and pet sitting to save $ for my trailer. I then bought mine from Hanvey...I love it. The only thing I would do differently is paid more for an aluminum frame to decrease weight, and sometimes wish I had gotten a smaller trailer (narrower and a little shorter)...I love the room, but I know it is hard on my truck, and I have a big truck! If you can lease something to start, that is a GREAT idea. Think about it, what if in a year or two you could afford to buy a great van, like the Sprinter....ooooh yeah! I would like one just for the econimic fuel, ease to drive and park and inverter system!!!!

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