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I wanted something simple and inexpensive on a stand so bought this one. It's worked fine for me for several years, with my two Havs in puppy cuts. As they learned to stand more quietly for drying, I tended to pick it up more, use it on the high setting and press the cool button, which gave me more air and less heat. (I do have a grooming table and it's quite stable there.)

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Thanks for the link! I didn't see this one in my search. Looks like it would work for me. I don't think Willow will ever stand quietly for me. It's like trying to groom a merry go round!
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Thanks for the link! I didn't see this one in my search. Looks like it would work for me. I don't think Willow will ever stand quietly for me. It's like trying to groom a merry go round!
HAHAHAHA, I know just what you mean!
Tucker was like that too. But over time (years?) he got quieter on the table and waited to go crazy til I was done and put him down.

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I use one of the cheap stands from amazon, like this one, but modified it.




I zip tied the base (drilled holes first) to a wrought iron plant stand on castors to give it more weight and stability (extra $10). Also, you can roll and position it with your foot, leaving hands totally free. Then I added a longer piece of metal pole to get the exact height I wanted, as it was a bit short. I used a metal broom stick but a dowel would work, too.

So, just another option if you’re cheap, but handy!
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I use one of the cheap stands from amazon, like this one, but modified it.

https://www.amazon.com/CHRUNONE-Rota...s%2C232&sr=8-6

I zip tied the base (drilled holes first) to a wrought iron plant stand on castors to give it more weight and stability (extra $10). Also, you can roll and position it with your foot, leaving hands totally free. Then I added a longer piece of metal pole to get the exact height I wanted, as it was a bit short. I used a metal broom stick but a dowel would work, too.

So, just another option if you’re cheap, but handy!
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I've actually been considering the stand in the link. You're clever the way you modified it. I'm definitely not what I would call handy! I think if the stand was set on the counter I use that it would probably be about the right height.



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