Posted on 16th May 2017
Blowfly are a parasite that tend to affect sheep between April to October when the weather is usually warmer and humid. The flies are attracted to the odours of the sheep including urine and faeces trapped in the fleece and excessing sweating caused by a heavy fleece.Read More
Posted on 15th Mar 2017
The first lambs of the year are now frolicking around the fields and what a great sight that is to see! A sure sign that spring is imminent and the warmer weather is approaching.Read More
Posted on 9th Mar 2017
There seems to be some confusion about clipper heads and what blades they take. If you use a heavy duty horse clipper, it will either have a head that takes Wolseley, Heiniger or Lister style blades.Read More
Posted on 22nd Feb 2017
Dogs that have a lot of hair around the feet can be prone to matting. Matts can even form in between the toes, causing your dog much discomfort.Read More
Posted on 20th Feb 2017
Anyone who owns a long-haired cat will understand the need to regularly groom the coat to keep it in good condition. However even with habitual brushing, knots and tangles can form, especially under the tummy, throat and around the legs.Read More
Posted on 15th Feb 2017
Whilst there are hundreds of different pet shampoos on the market, is it really worth investing in a natural or organic pet shampoo?Read More
Posted on 27th Jan 2017
Even though the winter can be lots of fun for all the family, it can cause problems for our animals. Here is some advice to help keep your four legged friends warm and safe from danger during the cold winter months.Read More
Posted on 14th Dec 2016
Thinking of purchasing horse clippers for a loved one this Christmas but don’t know where to start? This blog post gives you the run down of our horse clipper and trimmer options to help you find the perfect match.
We offer a range of clippers and trimmers and are often asked by our customers which clipper would be the most suitable or their particular needs. This can vary so much between horse owners, depending on how much clipping they do, the type of clipping (partial or full), the type of coat they are clipping, (such as fine thoroughbreds or coarse cob coats) and also suitability for youngstock or nervous horses.
Posted on 30th Nov 2016
Due to the current exchange rate and the value of the pound, our clippers offer exceptional value for international customers.
Posted on 15th Nov 2016
Laminated springs are an important part of some heavy duty horse clippers that have the traditional Heiniger style head. From our range this includes the Ranger, HD Roamer and Multihead.Read More
Posted on 7th Nov 2016
Make clipping your horse this season quick, easy and safe with a set of cordless clippers from Masterclip.Read More