Tough-1 Freedom Muzzle with Headstall

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Tough-1 Freedom Muzzle with Headstall

$30.37

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Freedom Muzzle with Headstall

Designed so the horse can eat or drink normally but cannot tear blankets, bite people, crib or chew wood.  Made of 1/4" steel bars with nylon headstall.  Size: Horse.
 
Features:
 
  • Designed so the horse can eat or drink normally
  • Nylon headstall
Item Number Model Number UPC
BRK50 52-975-0-0 688499116152

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to keep horse from grazing to much
earl f on Nov 23, 2018
This is great for some of my Rehab horses that are turned out in a rail board paddock and are prone to chewing on the wood. It allows them to freely drink and eat without worries about them chewing and ingesting the wood on the rail fencing.
Nicole H on Feb 26, 2018
to keep horse from grazing to much
earl f on Nov 23, 2018
Trying one for a rescue draft horse which arrived at our place with acute on chronic laminitis / founder. He needs to enjoy the pasture in order to roll and be in the right frame of mind to rebound from this.
Linda D on Mar 17, 2018
This is great for some of my Rehab horses that are turned out in a rail board paddock and are prone to chewing on the wood. It allows them to freely drink and eat without worries about them chewing and ingesting the wood on the rail fencing.
Nicole H on Feb 26, 2018
Trying one for a rescue draft horse which arrived at our place with acute on chronic laminitis / founder. He needs to enjoy the pasture in order to roll and be in the right frame of mind to rebound from this.
Linda D on Mar 17, 2018
will it fit a donkey?
scott m on Aug 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This muzzle is a lot bigger than I expected. I have not used it on my horse because she won't be able to get it into the automatic waterer that I have in her stall. If your donkey has a really big head, it might work and if you use a large trough for water it might also work.
Can my horse eat hay with this on?
Lisa P on Apr 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes but depending on the size of your horses head, it might keep falling off like mine did. I used a basket type
Is the part around the mouth made of metal or rope?
A shopper on May 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Metal. I decided not to use it as I think it is rather heavy, others may feel differently.
Will my horse be able to eat soaked hay cubes with this on?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: My horse could easily eat hay and drink out of a large water container but since I don't feed cubes, I have no idea how big they are when soaked. If the horse can get ahold of it through the bars, they can eat it.
Would the size be good for 700 lb. pony?
Mary S on Jun 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I am afraid this particular mask would be too large. I purchased one for one of our draft horses and one for our thoroughbred. I love this design as it does NOT block their nasal openings like some designs do. I ended placing both masks on a regular horse halter which has worked much better. Velcro is not as strong as a determined horse.
What size for donkey?
A shopper on Mar 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This only comes in one size i believe. For a mammoth donkey this might work but for a standard donkey I’d look for one in Cobb size.
Is it Velcro
And easily a break away halter in case it gets caught?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is Velcro and you can break it away easily. I am not sure that the horse could though. The whole reason for the halter is that it prevents the horse from chewing.