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No, it is not OK AT ALL!!! The groomer should NEVER leave the dog on the table in a grooming loop for a SECOND! Dogs DIE this way. One had needs to be on the dog at all times. This is JUST like leaving a baby on the changing table, thinking that a waist belt will keep them safe!

I would be looking for a new groomer NOW!
 

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Should I worry about any long-term effects (physical) or get her checked out? She is acting normal but I think I will be doing her grooming again for a while.
No, I am sure she is fine. What worries me is what COULD have happened!!!
 

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This is good advice, thank you. I think I did okay since the groomer said that she was fine and I believed her but replaying the whole experience last night trying to sleep was stressful. I feel like poor Sunny was reaching out for help but I failed her. :( Thankfully dogs are much more resilient and forgiving. And she still gave me lots of kisses this morning. :love:
EvaElizabeth's advice is spot on, but YOU are also right that dogs are very resilient. She will be fine, and she WON'T hold it against you! 💕
 
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