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Show Dog Conformation by Show Stackers

If you’re on this page, it’s likely you’ve just purchased a new set of ShowStackers™, the world’s most loved show dog conformation stack training aid. Below are a few basics you’ll find handy to know before you start. Before handling your ShowStackers™, please read the safety guide linked to at the bottom of this page. This guide shows you how to handle your ShowStackers™ and avoid any finger pinching.
You’ll soon see just how easy ShowStackers™ are to assemble, and will be training the next Best In Show winner in next to no time.

Main Points to consider

UNPACK AND UNFOLD WITH CAUTION.
FOR TRANSPORTATION PURPOSES PEDESTALS ARE ONLY LOOSELY FASTENED TO THE SLIDING RAILS, AND MAY SLIDE OFF IF NOT SUPPORTED.
WE STRONG RECOMMEND UNPACKING AND OPENING ON THE FLOOR ON A CARPET SURFACE IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE THE CHANCE OF DAMAGE OR INJURY

Only use ShowStackers™ on a level, firm surface.
Ideal surfaces include:

  • Sturdy table with a towel / table cloth covering (small breeds)
  • Solid floor (concrete / tile / wood / lino) on a towel, or hard short pile carpet (large breeds)

Do not use ShowStackers™ on:

  • Deep pile carpets or carpets with soft underlay
  • Grass
  • loose dirt & sand
  • gravel

Loosen black hand nuts before rotating / adjusting the pedestals or scratching may occur.
Black hand nut must be firmly tightened before stack training.
Large / Giant ShowStackers™ may need to be leveled before use (watch video below)

Good to know

Small ShowStackers™ aren’t just smaller than their large and giant counterparts. They are assembled slightly differently. Small ShowStackers™ have their pedestals mounted on the inside of the base frame tube arms, while large and giant are mounted  on the outside.

Why?

The small configuration allows the pedestals to come closer together, allowing for training of the miniature / toy puppies.

Show Dog Conformation
Small Showstacker

Show Dog Conformation
Large & Giant Showstacker

Does your dog behave himself on the table at shows?

Does your dog stand still whilst examined by the judge?

Does your dog display with pride and confidence?

Does your dog keep still for clipping and grooming?

 

We have the SOLUTION to your Problem Show Dog!

Does your dog behave himself on the table at shows?

Does your dog stand still whilst examined by the judge?

Does your dog display with pride and confidence?

Does your dog keep still for clipping and grooming?

 

We have the SOLUTION to your Problem Show Dog!