EasyCare Easyboot Rx Therapy Hoof Boot

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The Easyboot Rx is the therapy boot used by veterinarians and hoof care professionals for lower limb/hoof problems, recovery from surgery or injury, or for horses that cannot tolerate prolonged time on hard surfaces. The sole is constructed of durable and soft rubberized material much like that used in human orthotics, with 4-way stretch and secure hook-and-loop closures. With three vents for air circulation, the hoof stays cool without accumulation of debris.   Can be used to hold paste, gel, or powder meds onto the hoof for an extended period of time.  Not intended for liquid applications.  The upper is made with 4-way stretch material and secure hook-and-loop closures. Each boot comes with an EasyCare Comfort Pad for additional support. Quick and easy to apply and remove, this boot is not intended for riding but can be used for light turn out. Sold individually.
• Therapy boot for support and relief from chronic lameness, laminitis, founder, navicular and other lower limb or hoof problems
• Great for horses recovering from injury, surgery or for those that have difficulty with hard surfaces
• Great for trailering or breeding operations
• Easy to apply and remove
• Not for riding, but okay for light turn out
How to measure for the Easyboot Rx:
1. After a fresh trim, measure the width of the hoof across the bottom at the widest point.
2. Measure the length of the hoof from the toe to the buttress line of the heel. Do not include the heel bulbs in your measurement.
3. Compare your measurements with the sizing chart. For an ideal fit, the length and width measurements should fall under the same size on the chart. Be sure to size up if using the Easyboot Rx with bandaging.

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horse with laminitis
Lynn G on Sep 19, 2016
my horse has foundered and the vet recommended i put boots on her.
BARBARA A on Jul 15, 2016
I have a horse with chronic laminitis. After researchng tons of web sites (related to chronic laminitis and specialized farrier services) and talking to the Easycare manufacturer of the Easycare Easyboot RX and Cloud, I thought I woudl try their products.
Diane C on Aug 2, 2016
vet recommended for hoof issues
megan m on Apr 7, 2016
I have an adult Arabian saddlebred horsd. what size to order?
jonna on Aug 24, 2013
Best Answer: You need to measure the horses hoof, width and length and follow the size chart that is provided.
Reply · Report · Brenda SStaff on Mar 5, 2015
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how do you determine size?
Ronni on May 12, 2015
Best Answer: I had my horse stand on a piece of cardboard (could use empty flattened cereal box) and traced around her hoof. I then measured with a ruler and compared the results to the size chart
Reply · Report · TINA J on Jul 22, 2016
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I have a 26 year old gelding who is experiencing some bruising on his hooves. I believe this is due to the temperature and the ground being so hard. We have had temperatures in the negatives. Do you think these would be appropriate for him?
Jennifer F on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: I used this while my horse was dealing with an abscess, & since she lives out in a pasture it was really hard to keep her hoof bandaged while it drained! This boot was amazingly helpful. It was large enough that I could pack & wrap up her hoof & still get it in, but I had to use duck tape on the outside to keep it tight enough to stay on. I don't think I would recommend using them on multiple hooves at once if that was your idea to prevent bruising (too bulky & awkward & likely to cause tripping), but definitely good for a bruise/abscess situation in 1 hoof. Have you talked to your farrier about different shoeing options that might help? Good luck!
Reply · Report · Katherine H on Feb 9, 2014
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I am looking for a boot that is waterproof. I have a horse with Canker and her feet must stay dry. I am looking for something I can turn her out in, not on rainy days, but days that the ground might be moist. Would also be a plus if I could treat her feet before or in the boot. Would these boots work for that?
Wendi E on Sep 2, 2015
Best Answer: The bottom of this boot is made of rubber which would be waterproof, however, the top is made of a stretchy material which may resist water but would not be completely waterproof. Can be used to hold paste, gel, or powder medication onto the hoof for an extended period of time. Not intended for liquid applications.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Sep 3, 2015
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Could you ride in these on rocky terrain? My horse is barefoot and I need a hoof boot for her.
A shopper on Nov 10, 2015
Best Answer: These boots are excellant and hold up well to the horses wearing them in the pastures. They are the first boot I have found that I can keep on horses needing hoof treatment that are outside. Plus, the horses do not wear through the material as in other boots. However they can come off if the horse really moves or gets in mud. They are great for treating a hoof while still allowing the horse to move around outside but I would be hesitant to actually ride in them due to their relative bulk and capacity to twist and possibly come off if stressed.
Reply · Report · Sue B on Nov 10, 2015
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Does this boot come single or as a pair?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2016
Best Answer: This boot comes as a single. If you want a pair you will need to buy 2. The boots fit really well when the foot is measured properly. If you want to use them with bandages be sure to order a size up.
Reply · Report · Katherine A on Oct 11, 2016
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I have a horse diagnosed with Cushings over the summer. I am now dealing with severe laminitis in the left front and mild in the right front. He is in a pasture situation and I don't have a confined area for him to be placed. He is on daily pain meds and slowly progressing without being down at all during the day.
Will the boot above be resilient enough to be used on him til spring?
Karol R on Jan 15, 2016
Best Answer: Hi Karol. To answer your question, yes the boot should hold up fine till Spring and beyond. My 23 year old gelding has Cushings and we have had to deal with bouts of laminitis in his front feet. As soon as I put the boots on he is a different horse. He moves out more, doesn't shuffle his feet, and I can tell he isn't in nearly as much pain. I would highly recommend these boots. One caveat to this, the pads only lasted about 6 months. But, instead of buying new pads we made our own pads using a thick memory foam mattress pad. (All you need to do is use the old pad to make a paper template. Then use the template to cut out a new pad.) It worked and continues to work great. Just make sure you take the boots off every few days to check for rocks and to make sure your horses hooves/fetlocks are not damp especially if there's a lot of snow or rain. I hope this helps. Oh, look up chaste berry if you haven't heard of it. This might help your horse as well.
Reply · Report · Luana B on Jan 16, 2016
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do these boots open easily to put on and are they water proof?
laurel f on Nov 11, 2014
Best Answer: They do open easily to out on and off. It takes a little getting used to but they are nice. However they are not waterproof and are meant for light paddock turnout not riding or full use. I've learned easy care does make riding boots and my farrier likes them. These are for therapeutic purposes. We have them on our 24 yr old who had a laminitis episode. They are helping him tremendously. Word of caution though if your horse is on the high edge of the size you may want to talk to them about sizing up. We had to do warranty replacements because our guy was on the edge and we should have gone up a size. They were great about the warranty though. No hassles.
Reply · Report · William G on Nov 11, 2014
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how tight are the boots to be?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2015
Best Answer: They should be loose enough to get on and off easily. Not so loose that they slide up and down or side to side when your horse moves. Very much like your own shoes. This will cause rubbing and possibly more lameness that you don't need. If you are going to use them with any kind of bandage or the thick pads you should get them a size larger. Measure the hoof and use those measurements as a guide for the correct size. Each boot size has a range of hoof measurements that it will fit. The best way to measure the hoof is to put the foot flat on a piece of cardboard and draw all the way around the hoof. Be sure to include the bulb at the back of the foot in your measurement. Then measure the width and length of the hoof on the cardboard. You should measure all four feet to be sure that you have the correct size or sizes to fit any foot that needs the boot. When I use these boots, I like to use them as a pair i.e.: both front feet or both back feet so that my horse doesn't get unbalanced. i hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Katherine A on Nov 28, 2015
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I am currently wrapping a pad on my horses hoofs I am looking for a boot I can put a pad for cushioning in?
p k on Sep 27, 2015
Best Answer: I have these for my draft. They have a small pad in them and you can easily modify your own(we've used pink styrofoam insulation, rubber conveyor belt). There is a new easy boot cloud which I have not tried but I am certainly contemplating purchasing. It has a large cushion on the inside but it is almost exactly this boot. Looks really nice so you might at least want to look it up. Its relatively new. State line sells that boot also. I must tell you I love these boots.
Reply · Report · Gayle W on Sep 28, 2015
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I have a Saddlebred with an injury just above the hoof from the coronet band around the back just above the the hoof bulbs to the coronet band on the inside. It's been very difficult to keep bandaging in place. Do these boots come up over that area of the pasture???
A shopper on Sep 14, 2016
Best Answer: Yes the boot does come up past the coronet band. Probably order a size larger than what you measure to allow the bandage to fit without cutting off circulation You can adjust the velcro so it isn't too tight. The velcro is so strong our mini & our horse could not get their boots off. They are the best we have ever tried.
Reply · Report · Luanne F on Sep 15, 2016
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Can you put this on a hoof with a shoe?
Kim L on Oct 18, 2016
Best Answer: I suppose you could but I think the point of this particular boot is to protect and cushion the sole of the foot without a shoe.
This spring my horse showed subtle signs of laminitis. Not 100% sure that was it but on my vet's advice treated I him aggressively anyway. Used the boots with the pads on both front feet. Besides giving him great support, I was able to tuck ice packs in them that stayed nice and secure. Great product.
Reply · Report · Lori H on Oct 18, 2016
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how many boots are in the package?
loriena o on Jun 26, 2014
Best Answer: One boot per package.
Reply · Report · BARBARA A on Jan 16, 2016
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This looks like an ideal boot for my horse's problem feet. How do I determine what size boot he will need? Secondly, do you offer a similar boot that is usable for riding over rocky terrain?
sue... on Jan 5, 2014
Best Answer: Hi,
These are the best RX type hoof boots I have ever purchased, even my farrier was impressed with them and how well they fit and work. You need to measure across the widest part of the hoof from inside to outside after a trim and then look at the sizing chart to convert the width in inches to the size needed. If you check on the purchase page for the boot you should find a link for sizing and how to measure for size needed. I highly reccomend them for an abcess or similar. For rough ground i would look into the Old Mac tough boots. best of Luck
Reply · Report · Fox H on Jan 6, 2014
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Are these available in pony size?
A shopper on Oct 9, 2016
Best Answer: Unfortunately not, but we have these available in sizes 00 through 7 if perhaps your pony's hooves measure in one of those ranges.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Oct 10, 2016
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how much for one hoof boot?
A shopper on Jun 30, 2016
Best Answer: Price varies depending on which size is ordered. This boot ranges from $62.05-$71.40 and includes free shipping.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jun 30, 2016
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