jimmer2007 wrote:Are these heat resistant enough to use on my horse's ears?
Andis makes a horse clipper and funnily enough, it's the one I use on my dogs. They have some really tough coats to clip and we never had any luck with "pro" versions of other brands' clippers. The horse clipper is not cheap, though, about $150 - $170 on sale, over $200 retail. It does a fantastic job. The great thing about Andis is their blades: interchangeable with just about any of their clippers and they hold up very well.
I should add, like the other person (above), I usually switch blades about halfway through and I re-lubricate them periodically, as well. Never had an issue with burning the pups or me.