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Andis Large Animal Division

Welcome to the Large Animal Division. To your left, you will find a navigation bar that will allow you to discover everything in the Large Animal Division, whether you are a Professional Groomer, Clipper, Fitter, 4H member or Shearer, Veterinarian or an aspiring professional. Specific tools for the grooming, clipping and fitting industry can be found under Products.  If you have a industry related question, please go to Ask the Expert.  Don’t forget to check out What’s New and Industry Trade Shows.

We invite you to explore the Large Animal Division. If you have any questions, please Contact Us.

Andis Adds to Management Team

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American Legacy Series 1 - Fauxhawk

American Legacy Collection: Series 1 - featuring The Fauxhawk. ... Read More


Andis Introduces New ShowEdge™ Clipper for Livestock Grooming

Andis combines form and function in the new ShowEdge™ detachable blade clipper for clipping and all-around grooming on large animals and livestock including cows, horses, goats and sheep. ... Read More


Western States Horse Expo

  • Date: 6/13/2014 - 6/15/2014
  • Location - Cal Expo - Sacramento, CA
  • Event Website

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Equine Affaire

  • Date: 11/13/2014 - 11/16/2014
  • Location - Eastern States Exposition - W. Springfield, MA
  • Event Website

In order to get the desired look when clipping, the animals hair/coat must be clean, broke and manageable


Have the horse as clean as possible. Ideally, bathe the horse with soap and water, and scrub with a brush to get the deep dirt out. Rinse thoroughly. If it is too cold to give a bath, try vacuuming. If these are not options, use a curry comb or a long nylon mane comb (like a curry comb) to get down to the skin and loosen up the dirt and dander. Then brush the horse to remove the loose dirt.


The most common mistake users make is not setting up their combs and cutters properly. The cutter MUST be set at least 1/16" back from the tips of the comb or it will not cut!