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Top tips for clipping!

Discussion in 'Horse Care' started by HaloHoney, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. joosie

    joosie horse slave

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    @Bodshi personally, I wouldn't bother. The cat hairs will be the first to come out when his coat changes!
     
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  2. newforest

    newforest Why have grain, when you can have yummy grain

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    I don't worry about the summer coat because she only has that for three months before shedding and growing back in ready for winter again.
    The summer coat for us isn't seen until May because she is still shedding then.
     
  3. HaloHoney

    HaloHoney Well-Known Member

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    I was following the lines someone else had clipped. So line placement wasn’t my choice. :) He has such a fluffy coat though! There’s a chunk of fluff on his belly where he’s had Liverpool treatment for sarcoids so I couldn’t get in too close.
     
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  5. HaloHoney

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    There he is. He almost fell asleep! Such a good boy. He had half his face off too- but you can’t see it because he was intent on looking at the camera instead :rolleyes:

    Couple of bits I’d change, but overall I’m quite happy. It doesn’t look like too much of a “parental scarecut” (that kid in your class at primary school who you could tell their Mum had cut their hair :p).
     
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