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  • Alyssa Forss is a proud member of the Wisconsin Association of Professional Pet Stylists, and owner of Alyssa’s House Call Grooming in Wausau, WI. An avid believer in continuing education, Alyssa is currently pursuing a degree in Business Management, and will be entering the world of competitive grooming this year. She is owned and loved by her spastic Miniature Poodle, Zeke. When not grooming, she spends her time chatting with other groomers on Pet Groomer Forums chat or relaxing with her partner Jay. She is also an avid insomniac and general rabble rouser.

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03/18/2011

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Audrey Throgmorton

I found this blog to be full of helpful information. In my search for a grooming table I have found that it is hard to find one tall to suit me. But after much research of several pet retailers I have found one that you may be interested in. It is lightweight, portable, and 37 inches :) here is the link http://www.groomright.com/grooming-tables/small-groomright-table/
Also something else that may help you as well that I plan to purchase for my business once I get started is a portable tub for small breeds. It is easy to break down and put together and can be brought indoors. I feel like it will work great and save me the back pain. You can view all the tubs and the details of each at this website: http://boosterbath.com/
I hope that this information was helpful...feel free to email me :) -Audrey

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