Tough-1 Professional Abscess Loop Knife

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Tough-1 Professional Abscess Loop Knife

$19.99

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Product Summary:

Tough-1® Professional Abscess Loop Knife

Ideal for getting into tight spots in hoof wall separation, cracks and to dig small holes to drain hoof abscesses. Super sharp blade.
 
Features:
  • Super sharp blade
  • Ideal for tight spots
  • Use to dig small holes to drain abscesses
Item Number Model Number UPC
E015607 79-1060-0-0 688499548199

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The loop knifes help trim the frog with out taking to much away and to follow a possible abscess and not tear to much sole away
Jim S on Mar 30, 2018
The loop knifes help trim the frog with out taking to much away and to follow a possible abscess and not tear to much sole away
Jim S on Mar 30, 2018
Is the knife left, right or double sided?
Joan H on May 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It is sharp all the way around in one direction only, but can be used (or at least I use it) both right and left handed. As it comes, it is beautifully finished, but the metal inside the loop is way too thick for the tool to be useful. I took a small grinding tool and thinned and polished the inside metal and made the cutting edge very sharp. It was a bit of a job grinding away and then polishing the inside of the loop, but well worth it and now it is one of my favorite tools.

For trimming the sides of the frog and the inside bars, it works amazingly well and that's what I use it for. It is way too large and wide to be used for digging out abscesses except perhaps in very large horse's feet that might have a huge abscess and so I rely on smaller tools for exposing and draining abscesses in riding horses. This is not a small, fine surgical tool for small, precision cutting, but a rather large tool that should not be thought of as an abscess knife (in my opinion), but it is a very useful tool otherwise. You will have to rework the insides of the loop.