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    02-06-2014, 06:10 PM
You can also use a dryer sheet if your in a bind. Rub it on your hands and then all over your boy. It works well if it is too cold out to use a spray.
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    02-06-2014, 11:48 PM
I did use the dryer sheet earlier this week. I had two, and rubbed him all over his back and flanks. Went to fold back the blanket, lift....ever so gently...zap!
I even tried removing it outside in his paddock.

Today with the moisturizing mist and the static guard, there were no fireworks. The look on his face....when there was no charge, so sweet. I'm also hearing that TB have finer hair, and hey, just maybe , he needs more fat in his diet so the skin and hair aren't so dry??

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