Electric Tail Docker
- Precision ground blades for faster cutting action.
- Heated blade instantly cauterizes the severed area and eliminates bleeding.
How to Use
Make sure the lamb is fully restrained before starting procedure. Docking is usually performed on lambs at one week or less than one week of age. Length of tail is up to the discretion of the owner. After determining where the tail will be docked, cut the tail and hold docker in place for an additional 10-30 seconds to properly cauterize the cut.
To clean: Can either clean with a steel wool pad (scratch pads) or let the machine cool and residue dry—next time you turn the machine on the residue will just burn off.
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Karen P from Minnesota
The docker worked well. But was very limited on instructions.
1. How long to heat it.
2. How to get the straightest cut and cautery.
3. How to clean the docker when you are done.
I figured out #1 and #2 but I am waiting to find specific cleaning instructions.