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  • Groomers Helper

    Worked it out!!
    I was very impressed by the groomers helper. I am very new to grooming and particulary impressionable so I was wondering if it was really worth the investment??

  • #2
    i love mine

    i've got so used to mine i couldn't groom a dog without it. =0)


    • #3
      Same here. Well, I CAN groom without it, but I WONT. If safety is a priority for you AND the pet, buy one. If you'd rather save your money and take the bites, the choice is yours.

      But you can groom more dogs and save yourself a lot of frustration by using it. I bought mine because of Sammy the Shih Tzu. He was a nice dog, but dancing and spinning, much too happy. His tail was huge and it was so close to getting clipped off because he turned and moved constantly. I was so sick of fighting with dogs that I thought if I don't get something to help me, I will NOT be able to continue grooming.

      So I bought the Groomers Helper that I learned about from these boards. Now I can groom without that constant "worry" in the back of my mind, "Am I going to get bitten today?" Though most groomers make it out alive after a bite, and are not seriously injured, IS IT REALLY WORTH IT? I mean, if you can groom just one more dog a day, or one more dog a WEEK with it, you'll pay for it very quickly.

      Don't ever compromise your safety. Buy it, it is an indespensable piece of equipment and you will only be sorry if you buy it and don't use it. Don't get bitten!!

      Tammy in Utah
      Groomers Helper Affiliate


      • #4
        my mantra

        is not only do I love it for my safety, but also the dogs safety. They won't fall off the table with potenial hanging and it keeps the loop from pulling on the sensitive dogs trachea. Just not having dogs spin/twirl was a frustration and time saver. I was interested reading some disonence recently here, but I have no thoughts of ever wanting to groom without mine.
        Money will buy you a pretty good dog but it won't buy the wag of it's tail.