Hoof Guard Boots

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Product Summary:

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Made to protects hoof while holding in medication and conditioning oils. Made of a rugged PVC with solid bottom. Nylon strap and buckle aid in making a secure fit. Perfect for use as an emergency shoe replacement. Covers hoof wall and entire bottom to protect against splits and nicks when unshod. Measurements should always be taken on a freshly trimmed hoof to ensure proper sizing.  
 
Sold in pairs. 
                                          
SM    5" wide   5" long   (Approx Shoe Size 0)
MD – 5 1/4" wide   5 1/2" long   (Approx Shoe Size 1)
LG –  5 1/2" wide   6" long   (Approx Shoe Size 2)
XL –   6" wide   6 1/2"  long  (Approx Shoe Size 3)
 

 

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Price and practicality, keeping bandage cleaner, dry.
Joann S on Jan 18, 2014
need boot for miniature horse?
Rexine M on Oct 27, 2014
Best Answer: SM 5" wide 5" long (Approx Shoe Size 0) is the smallest size available you may wish measure your mini .
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Nov 7, 2014
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would a small fit a standard size shetland pony?
A shopper on Oct 21, 2013
Best Answer: A small size measures 4 1/2" X 4 3/4" compares to a size 0 horse shoe. The best bet would be to measure your ponies hoof in both directions and determine the size comparison. You don't want too tight of fit, but too loose will fall off. Be careful pulling the back straps too tight as they will tear through the rubber slots.
I used them on an old kids horse that foundered before putting on horseshoes with pads. Helped him to walk much better without pain. Good luck!
Jamie
Reply · Report · Jamie B on Oct 24, 2013
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Is there a hoof boot good for a horse recuperating from abscess with history of laminis? Even stalled he is sore.
Felice Y on Feb 23, 2015
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Best Answer: The best person to ask this question to would either be a vet or your farrier; but my favorite hoof boot so far are the cavallo boots because they are easy to get on/off and they allow the hoof to breath and move normally. There are open slots above the sole to let debris and water out. The different brands of boots also have a different fit, and with the Cavallo, there is a different fit for different models, their regular sole is round where the slim sole is a 1/4" narrower on the sides than the length.
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i don't know what size to get he's a Q H 4 year's old still growing every day LOL i think he is a medium but don't know would a hoof guege help me ?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2014
Best Answer: I took a piece of card stock out to the barn and set his hoof on it, traced around with a pencil several times, then I was able to take the paper inside and measure with a ruler very accurately. This boot was thick and sturdy, but I did not have much luck getting it to stay on. Duct tape helped a little. Someone suggested using an old car tire inner tube, from a local dealer, cutting a section, and sliding it over the hoof, folding the excess up, and taping it around the cannon bone. I have not tried this, but it sounded simple and waterproof.
Good luck with whatever you choose! : )
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