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Bib/Belly Clip (examples needed)

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        12-16-2013, 05:17 PM
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    Thank you guys so much for the pictures on your horses, made it easier to go at Fiona...

    Considering she's out 24/7 with a run-in, I chose to just take off half the fur versus going very short. That way it wouldn't impact her ability to stay warm with the weather. I plan to go shorter with the change in temperatures, once it starts gradually getting warmer I'll clip her a little closer.

    It's "VERY" hard to see the fur, but I did take about half of what she has off for a bib clip. Such a champ about the clipping too.

    I have learned why people recommend cover-alls though... *cough* :P

    If you click on the picture, it's massive, I couldn't get my Mom's laptop to cooperate on resizing it.
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