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  • Dealing with your dog’s Springtime moult - Masterclip

    Dealing with your Dog’s Springtime Moult

    Although your dog may shed their hair throughout the year, it is Springtime when the frequency of lost hair increases as they start losing their winter coats. The amount of hair...

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  • Which clipper blades should I use for my horse?

    Which clipper blades should I use for my horse?

    Our range of heavy duty horse clippers offer a great selection of premium clipper blades to choose from, but how do you choose the most suitable blade to suit your...

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  • Maintaining Flock Hygiene with Dagging

    Maintaining Flock Hygiene with Dagging

    Dagging, also known as crutching, is the process of clipping the wet and dirty wool from around the tail and rear end of the sheep to help to keep the...

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  • Should I clip my double coated dog? - Masterclip

    Should I clip my double coated dog?

    Dog breeds that have a double coat originate from cold climates and have adapted a unique dual layer of hair to keep them warm and protect them from the elements....

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  • Shearing Llamas and Alpacas - Masterclip

    Shearing Llamas and Alpacas

    Llamas and alpacas require full shearing once a year. This needs to be done, even if their wool is not utilised as they continue to grow their coats and do...

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  • Only bad clippers get hot? Fact or fiction - Masterclip

    Only bad clippers get hot? Fact or fiction

    One of the gripes of using clippers and shears, especially heavy-duty clippers is that the clipper blades can become hot or the handle gets overly warm with continued use. Does a...

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  • Checking your pets for ticks - Masterclip

    How To Check Your Pets For Ticks

    Ticks are tiny blood sucking parasites, related to mites and spiders that can infect us and your pet with disease. They thrive in the warm, humid conditions that the weather...

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  • Grooming Tips for Cats - Masterclip

    Grooming Tips for Cats

    Cats are naturally excellent at self-grooming. Their specially adapted tongues are covered in tiny spines that brush through the fur when they lick the coat. This helps to remove tangles...

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