Best Friend Halter Cheek Savers

$7.49
Regularly: $7.99
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Best Friend Halter Cheek Savers

$7.49

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Product Summary:

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Does the ring and snap on the halter rub away the hair on your horse’s face? Does your horse have sensitive skin or spend his day in a grazing muzzle? Best Friend® Cheek Savers are the answer. Cheek Savers keep metal off your horse’s face and provide welcome extra padding. They’re easy to install on any halter or deluxe grazing muzzle. Easy to clean with mild soap and water.

Features:

· Keeps metal off horse’s face to prevent rubbing
· Ideal for horses with sensitive skin
· Provides extra padding when used with a grazing muzzle
· Simple installation
· Cleans easily

Item Specifications:

Color: Black
 
Size: Universal
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Absolutely LOVE these. I absolutely love these! They are so soft and comfortable! I found them as I had been looking for a way to keep the halter from rubbing on our 29 year old Appoloosa mare who was laid to rest last year after fighting a brave fight with cancer. After that I had to have them for all of our horses halters because they just looked like they were so much more comfortable with them on:0) We have only lost one in the paddock and not been able to find it so I am ordering extras to have on hand! Would love to see these in colors as a fun way to accent horse halters and find them easier if they do fall off as well!Although have only had one fall off in the almost two years I have had them on my horses! I'd say that is fantastic. March 7, 2013
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