Grooming Nooses Nylon
I have used it a few times now. I attached it to the wall where I groom my dog. Since countertops are made a little deeper, the noose could be just a little bit longer. An inch would make a difference, maybe two but definitely
not more than that. I groom a small long haired Havanese (Takes a long time.) Before I got this noose, I was sitting on the floor holding my dog between my legs. It was a fight and stressed us both out. It has helped tremendously.
December 19, 2012
Basic, usable noose, but a few issues typical of the price point
I bought it, and I'm using it. I'm not in a hurry to replace it, either. The snap is strong enough for my show and foster huskies, and the thin nylon sits well inside the coat, keeping out of reach of my blower and tools. If I could fix one thing about it, it'd be the adjustable slip. It's a small bit of plastic tubing rather than the metal clip you see on higher end models. I'm afraid of it breading down over time and use, or snapping if a foster dog that doesn't have table experience pulls hard enough. It's also not clampable, so it can loosen with action. If you keep an eye on it (and you should, of course, regardless), it should be fine. But it might be just the thing a rubber-necked dog would use as a window to slide it over it's ears and try to escape.
January 23, 2014
Bar for the grooming noose has cheap parts
I am not reviewing the grooming noose but the bar that goes on the grooming table. The clamp that attachs the bar to the grooming table broke the first time I used it. Not happy about that.
June 22, 2012