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Hoof Wraps promote well being in horses while offering an effective, convenient, and affordable tool for treatment. It’s innovative design gives it the flexibility to be used with items you may already have around the barn like pre-medicated pads, flexwrap, or plastic farrier pads.
The 1680 ballistic nylon is reinforced for durability. An industrial strength hook and loop fastening system provides a custom fit and it’s designed for EXTREME grip and security. Remove, clean, and reapply the bandage as needed.
Size: Hoof Wraps is designed to fit most horses. Although sizes 00,0,1,2 offer the best fit, Hoof Wraps may also be used on slightly smaller or larger hoof sizes.
Description: Hoof Wraps disposable bandage is designed for a treatment period of 4-6 days when a horse remains on turn out. Results will vary depending on the environment and conditions of use. Hoof Wraps can easily be removed, cleaned, and reapplied.
Tips for using the Hoof Wrap
I’m sure there are others who have horses that won't stand still when trying to work on their feet. I know I’m not alone. If you’re in my boat, here are some tips for using the Hoof Wrap. You can use any hoof pad with the Hoof Wrap, but the Thin Line Pad works very well with the Hoof Wrap.
1. Put an inch of duct tape on the end of the outside strips so you can get something to hold onto when trying to remove the boot.
2. If your horse is not allowing you to position the hoof in the wrap, close the two strips at the toe, slide the hoof into the toe while you're holding the hoof up, and then adjust the straps once you put the hoof down. [It works well with my horses.]
3. Without taking the boot off, undo all the velcro strips daily and clean out the wrap. Then, simply refasten it.
4. If the hoof is small, i.e., for a pony, the back of the hoof wrap may rub the pastern area. If that's the case, use vet wrap around the pad and hoof, lightly covering the area where the hoof wrap strap could rub against skin. Do not tighten the vet wrap around the pastern.