Having high-quality, reliable arms, loops, and accessories is imperative to make the grooming experience safe for the groomer and pet. Shop brands like Chris Christensen, Paw Brothers, Coastal, and more are all right here. You'll feel confident getting to work knowing that every beloved pet is secure during your groom.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are some of the questions we get asked most often and their answers. Click on the question below to view the answer.
▼ What do groomers use to hold dogs still?
Groomers use grooming loops or tethers to hold dogs still in tubs and on tables. There are many different styles and sizes of loops to suit your needs. There are slip styles that self tighten and no slip that have a mechanism to lock in place. Some of the materials used are nylon,cable and biothane. Each one has different benefits to choose from.
▼ What size grooming loop should I use?
When it comes to the size of the loop to choose you are really looking at the length of it to determine your choice. The height of the grooming arm will give you the option of short or long or both. When you are working on a small or toy breed you would choose the shortest length loop so you have better control. When you have a large or giant breed the choice would be the longest loop available. You want the dog to be safe and comfortable without too much freedom to reach the edges.
▼ Can you use grooming loops on cats?
Grooming loops may be used on cats. However you do not use them the same way. Cats when stressed become very unpredictable and are willing to hurt themselves to get away from a situation they are upset about. You Do Not want to put the loop around the neck only on cats. The safest way to use the loop on a cat is under one arm and around the neck so they cannot hurt themselves but you still maintain control.
▼ Are grooming arms compatible with every grooming table?
Grooming arms are not interchangeable from brand to brand. Each table has different dimensions. Some arms attach with a clamp and others have the hole for the arm built into the frame for stability. Arms can be round or square. It is very important to make sure you get the specific arm that will fit your table.