A stiff curry used to curry the body, may be used gently on
boney areas such
as below the knees and hocks. Also used to free the mane and
tail of tangles.
Used to remove dust and hair from the body, head and legs.
Also used on the mane and tail. Known as a dandy brush.
Stiff bristles remove loosened dirt and hair from body and legs.
Do not use on the head.
Flat and oval with 3 or 4 concentric rings of notched ridges.
currying the body to loosen hair, dust and mud. Do not use on
Rubber Mit Curry
Used to remove hair and mud from the legs and ears.
Pulling Comb / Mane and Tail Comb
The pulling comb is a shorter version of the mane and tail comb
and is used
to thin and shorten the mane. The mane and tail comb frees both
Provides a means of cleaning the crevices of the frog.
Used to remove excess water or swet from the body and neck.
Do not use on legs or head.
When wet, it is used to wash and bathe. When nearly dry,
it is used to wipe out the eyes, ears, and nostrils.
Can be used opened or closed to remove loose hair during shedding
Use gently on hips. Do not use on head or below the knees and
Cloth and Bucket
Bucket used to carry tools or water. The cloth can be used to
wipe the face or free the body of dust or water.
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