Paw-B-Gone Ankle Bands

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Product Summary:

Paw-B-Gone Ankle Bands
 
Paw Be Gone Ankle Bands teach your horse to stand quietly without pawing. The bands easily slide over leg and stay secure with elastic loop. Band hits coronet band when horse paws making it uncomfortable to continue pawing. Heavy steel. Sold in pairs.
 
Features:
  • Easy on and stays securely in place
  • Heavy steel construction
  • Teaches your horse to stand quietly with no pawing
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Draft E012982 DRA 52-998D-0-0 688499507028
Horse E012982 HRS 52-998-0-0 688499507011
Mini E012982 MIN 52-998MN-0-0 688499507035

Product Reviews by Customers

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This would probably be a good product, but it really needs to be in DRAFT HORSE size for my horse.I thought I ordered it in DRAFT and when it came it was in HORSE size. BIG DIFFERENCE
April 4, 2017
Very well made
Haven't used them long enough to be sure they work, but they seem to be helping. I'm sure it will take more time for it to work. Sure is easier than trying to stand there and catch him pawing every time. I can tell they make him aware of what he's doing.
December 6, 2016
This product did not work ! I bought it had to pay just as much shipping is what it was worth to send it back! I bought two pairs did not work? The horse pod worse than it did with them off! And in the trailer it was twice as loud
June 27, 2016
Paw-be-gone
My AQHA mare literally destroyed her front hooves-wore them down to nothing and also broke stall doors, dug deep holes in paddocks-OH MY GOSH! So these little devices are a welcome invention. Put then on below the ankle on the fetlock. Pawing irritates the sensitive coronet (I believe) and they stop-immediately.
October 14, 2015
Easy to use!
Have a 3 year colt who paws non stop. Thought I would gives these a try. With in a few minutes of wearing these he stopped pawing.
May 12, 2015
Reduces pawing
It may be that I have a really smart horse because, the ankle bands have substantially reduced her pawing it has not eliminated it. She seems to have reduced the ferocity of her pawing so that the ankle bands don't quite bang on her fetlocks. With that said, I think they are worth the cost as my mats aren't getting worn out.
January 5, 2015
I have only used this once, but plan to use it on a 4 hr trailer trip with the pony. It seems to work, I will see how well on this trip over the weekend.
October 20, 2014
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stop two of my horses from pawing
Ilona W on Mar 23, 2018
My girlfriend has a pair of these for her trailer-kicker, and they are working for her, so I'm going to try them on my mare that violently paws in the trailer to see if I can reform her. She's the worst I've ever seen about pawing, so we can only hope...
Lynne B on Apr 22, 2016
stop two of my horses from pawing
Ilona W on Mar 23, 2018
I have one horse that I can stop pawing in the trailer. I hope these will work.
Darlene L on May 17, 2017
My girlfriend has a pair of these for her trailer-kicker, and they are working for her, so I'm going to try them on my mare that violently paws in the trailer to see if I can reform her. She's the worst I've ever seen about pawing, so we can only hope...
Lynne B on Apr 22, 2016
I have one horse that I can stop pawing in the trailer. I hope these will work.
Darlene L on May 17, 2017
How do you know what size to order?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The bands can be pushed closed with your hands for a smaller fit or pulled open for a larger fit. It took just a few days of use to work for my horse. Now they are only necessary on occasion as a reminder. I have not seen them in sizes and would not recommend them for a mini horse or pony.
Does it come in a pack of 2 bands or just one band?
A shopper on Jun 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I ordered mine last year and I got 2 bands in a pack.
my mare paws tree trunks in pasture. is bracelet safe for her ?
A shopper on Apr 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This item is designed for use when a horse is tied. In a smaller space such as a stall I can see them being used. I would not recommend turning a horse out in a pasture because of the risk of them getting caught on something. If a horse is pawing in the pasture there might be other things going on such as they are stomping at flies. In that case fly boots would be more practical as well as safer.
Where on the legs are these applied, around the fetlock or higher?
Laurie M on Oct 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They go around the pastern. They are very easy to use. They worked for a little while but now my horses pay with them on. I don't think they paw as hard but it's still obnoxious
are they sold as a pair or single?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These bands are sold in pairs.
Will these fit on a draft horse's pastern?
Dr. R on Nov 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It might, but I doubt it would have the same effect.
Is there a mini size?
Allie B on Nov 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, we do make a mini size.