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8˝ Curved Fetlock Scissors — Stainless Steel

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The 8" Curved Fetlock Scissors are a specialized tool designed for precision in grooming horses.

Crafted from high-quality stainless steel, these scissors feature a satin finish that not only adds to their aesthetic appeal but also ensures durability for long-lasting performance.

The slight curve of the blade is purposefully engineered to facilitate ease of use, allowing for smooth and precise cuts around the fetlocks and other challenging areas without causing discomfort to the animal.

Ideal for trimming up heels and managing hairy legs, these scissors are a sensible addition to any horse owner's grooming kit. Their design reflects a deep understanding of equine grooming needs, ensuring that the task can be performed efficiently and safely

Essential horse grooming tools extend beyond the fetlock scissors to include a variety of implements designed to keep the horse clean and comfortable.

An IVS hoof pick is crucial for maintaining hoof health by removing debris and preventing infections.

IVS Curry combs, whether rubber or plastic, are used to loosen dirt and stimulate the skin.

Stiff brushes, also known as dandy brushes, help remove the dirt brought to the surface by the curry comb, while soft brushes are used for a final sweep to give the coat a shiny finish.

Mane and tail brushes are necessary for detangling and smoothing the longer hair, and a shedding blade can be invaluable during seasonal changes when horses shed their coats.

Additionally, a small towel or sponge may be used for cleaning the face or other sensitive areas, ensuring a thorough grooming session that contributes to the overall well-being of the horse

Grooming your horse is an essential part of equine care, contributing not only to the animal's cleanliness but also to its overall health and the strength of your bond. The recommended frequency of grooming can vary depending on several factors, including whether your horse is in work or not. For working horses, daily grooming is ideal, as it helps to ensure that the tack fits comfortably, prevents irritation from dirt during riding, and can be a rewarding experience post-exercise. Horses that are not in regular work should be groomed at least three times a week to maintain good hygiene and to check for any health issues. Regardless of their work status, it's beneficial to run your hands over your horse daily to monitor their condition and to strengthen your connection with them.

  • Stainless steel curved scissors,
  • ideal for trimming the horses face and fetlocks.
  • FEATURES:  Ergonomic grip Stainless Steel
  • Rugged construction







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