Tough 1 Hoof Saver Boot

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This boot is ideal for continuous soaking when conditions such as abscesses thrush puncture wounds and other aggravated foot conditions exist. It also relieves pressure when signs of bruises, corns or cankers appear. The soft pliable upper closes tightly just below the fetlock and opens wide for easy on-off application. The durable triple-layered bottom is made of a tough polyvinyl compound.   Sold Individually.  

To measure hoof: Trace around the outside of hoof and then measure toe to heel, then side to side.  When ordering "Medicine Soaking Boot" order a boot that is 1" larger than orginal measurements. 
 
   
Size                   Wide        Long     
(X-Small)       4 3/4"         5 1/4"
(Small)           5 1/4"         5 5/8"            
(Med)             5 5/8"         6 1/8"      
(Large)           6 1/4"           7"     
(X-Lg)            7 1/4"         7 3/4"            

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Used before and needed new ones
Jessie S on Jan 25, 2017
My trainer recommended it. I just purchased the large size but it was too big. Trying medium sized boot. I hope it fits better.
Giovanna B on Mar 30, 2016
need a boot for injured hoof
Julia J on Jan 19, 2017
I have a horse with an abscess and this product has good reviews and a reasonable price.
June M on Nov 26, 2015
where is the sizing chart?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2015
Best Answer: This boot is ideal for continuous soaking when conditions such as abscesses thrush puncture wounds and other aggravated foot conditions exist. It also relieves pressure when signs of bruises, corns or cankers appear. The soft pliable upper closes tightly just below the fetlock and opens wide for easy on-off application. The durable triple-layered bottom is made of a tough polyvinyl compound. Sold Individually.

To measure hoof: Trace around the outside of hoof and then measure toe to heel, then side to side. When ordering "Medicine Soaking Boot" order a boot that is 1" larger than original measurements.


Size Wide Long
(Small) 5 1/4" 5 5/8"
(Med) 5 5/8" 6 1/8"
(Large) 6 1/4" 7"
(X-Lg) 7 1/4" 7 3/4"
Reply · Report · Barbra B on Dec 11, 2015
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I just paid 22.49 for this boot from your company last week.....Why the higher price? I want to purchase another one.
Frank C on Aug 30, 2015
Best Answer: If the sale has changed for this item since you purchased it, please call our Customer Care team for assistance with pricing. We are available at 888-809-0751 8AM-6PM Eastern time during weekdays.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Aug 31, 2015
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does your tough one hoof boot go on any foot ?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2016
Best Answer: Yes, it could go on any foot. That's what we do and there doesn't seem to be any objection from the horse as to the comfort. I believe they are the same fit for all legs.
Reply · Report · Murray K on Jan 27, 2016
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Is this boot for treatment only or can it be used for light riding?
A shopper on Sep 8, 2013
Best Answer: I bought the boots to make soaking my horse's hoofs easier. they have a big sloppy fit, they are light weight, I don't think they would work well for very much movement. they are great soaking boots
Reply · Report · terri h on Sep 9, 2013
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I have a mini horse that I want to bring into the house. Will these boots be comfortable for her on the wood floors in my kitchen? She is a very calm, people-loving mare. Thank you for your answer. I assume the smallest size would be the best.
Joan O on May 10, 2016
Best Answer: These boots are great for soaking the hoof (high praise as soakers) but I wouldn't recommend them for something to wear to protect your floor. They come up too far and will likely rub the pastern bone if left on for longer periods (unless they don't happen to rub your horse-they WERE rubbing my mare's pastern while she was wearing them while I soaked her feet-but since it was for a short duration it was a non issue). Frankly depending on the purpose and duration of your mini's visit to the house I would just fold an old kitchen towel in half and tape it around her hoof. Be careful it's around the hoof and not constricting circulation. I've done that many times for various reasons and it does actually stay put (even with my wonderful pawing mare). If you are looking just cover the hooves, lead the pony to the front door and then run a little vet wrap around and under the hoof to keep the dirt in-or a polo, then tape. Just watch that circulation isn't cut off!
Reply · Report · Tamara F on May 10, 2016
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What size would you recommend for a 15.1h Standardbred?
S C on Jan 7, 2016
Best Answer: It's hard to recommend a size just based on that information since horses feet can vary widely. We have all seen the tiny feet on the huge horse! However, my horse is 15.2 hh with "normal" size horse feet and they fit her fine. I do not think a smaller size would have fit her. For what it's worth.
Reply · Report · Tamara F on Jan 7, 2016
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Would the X-Small fit a yearling size Miniature donkey?
Bobbi S on Oct 5, 2016
Best Answer: Sorry, but we bought the X-large boots. So I wouldn't really know if they fit your donkey. I guess measuring the animal and comparing it to the measurement of the boot would probably work, but not exactly sure if they run smaller or larger than that. Thanks for directing your question to us.
Reply · Report · Murray K on Oct 5, 2016
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Will a small fit a donkey?
Linda on Nov 25, 2016
Best Answer: Please first draw around the weight-bearing surface of your donkey's hoof to be more confident it will probably fit:
Size Wide Long
(X-Small) 4 3/4" 5 1/4"
(Small) 5 1/4" 5 5/8"
(Med) 5 5/8" 6 1/8"
(Large) 6 1/4" 7"
(X-Lg) 7 1/4" 7 3/4"
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Nov 25, 2016
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Is the shoe like the original by Davis so good in quality and just as durable?
Monika K on Dec 30, 2016
Best Answer: I never used the boot. I ordered it express mail and it didn't get here for 5 days. In the mean time, I had to have my horse put down. Sorry, can't help you. I gave the boot away.
Reply · Report · Edna E on Dec 30, 2016
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Why are the xsmall size more expensive ???
Amy T on Jun 4, 2016
Best Answer: I have no idea! Maybe it's harder to work the materials to get them small enough? I bought the medium size so didn't notice prices for others. Sorry I can't be more helpful. It is a good product.
Reply · Report · Jean P on Jun 5, 2016
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What is diameter of opening?
Spencer on Sep 12, 2015
Best Answer: The diameter of the opening, is a little larger than the diameter of the bottom of the boot. Unless they are a tight fit, on the hoof you are putting them on; they go in, & come off easy.
Reply · Report · Aliene C on May 11, 2016
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when the hoof boots are going to be on stock ?
kartucho on Mar 23, 2015
Best Answer: We are hoping to receive them back in by the end of March 2015, although that is an estimated date from our Supplier and is subject to change.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 23, 2015
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