Regular maintenance of clipper blades is essential to prevent damage to the animals that they are used on, and to ensure the clippers perform quick and effective hair removal.
Damaged clipper blade
Sign up now to start a free trial to access all Vetlexicon articles, images, sounds and videos, or Login
Biosecurity within the veterinary practice
Left displaced abomasum: surgical correction
Right displaced abomasum: surgical technique
Rumenotomy and ruminal fistulation
Surgical asepsis and scrubbing
Zoonotic diseases in the UK
Want more related items, why not contact us
Investigating milk drop: individual cow
Investigating milk drop: dairy herd
Perparturient disease: causes
Estrus detection: chin ball marker 03
Estrus detection: chin ball marker 02
Estrus detection: chin ball marker 01
Hormone treatments explained
Clipper blade care
Systemic inflammatory response syndrome
Enzootic bovine leukosis
Malignant catarrhal fever
Disseminated intravascular coagulation
Hygroma: carpal / tarsal
Calving injuries to the calf
Antibiotic selection for UK/European farms
We have an ever growing content library on Vetlexicon so if you ever find we haven't covered something that you need please fill in the form below and let us know!
To show you are not a Bot please can you enter the number showing adjacent to this field
Receive latest Vetlexicon news and updates by signing up to our mailing list.
Access the world’s largest online veterinary resources, written by leading experts for 14 days.
If you would like to receive a complimentary trial across your entire clinic/practice/team, please complete the practice form opposite and submit then a member of our team will be in touch to arrange this for you.