Woof Wear Medical Hoof Boot

CA$74.95

A unique close fitting hoof boot designed to keep wounds, poultices and dressings clean. This boot is suitable for use in the stable and can be used on sensible horses in the paddock.

Woof Wear Medical Hoof Boot

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CA$74.95

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The boot is designed using flexible and light materials to enable easy fitting and as a cost effective alternative to adhesive bandage and tape. Bearing this in mind exuberant horses and those having undertaken a period of box rest may damage the boot by standing on it or doing racing stops. In these situations you may wish to consider placing an overreach boot on top of the medical hoof boot or using a more traditional poultice for the first day turned out.

Featuring a grooved sole for extra grip and a Kevlar® interior for durability it also has an asymmetric zip to give the boot a really close fit (and prevent it opening) stopping bedding and other debris from getting inside.

Available in 10 different sizes, (please click on the fitting and sizing chart for more details) the boot is designed for use with or without a shoe. It can assist in a number of ailments to the foot such as abscesses, punctured sole or bruised sole.

The MHB is designed to be a snug fit so it doesn’t fall off. If you do not measure accurately or buy a size too big it can result in damage to the MHB due to the boot being trodden on by the other foot. 

Measuring Rules: 
i) Measure width carefully before bandaging, with or without shoe 
ii) Choose size per guide (don’t go to next size up) 
iii) No need to add extra for dressings

The boot is expected to last 2-3 weeks under normal circumstances with many customers finding they last much longer. The boot is not indestructible and so is not guaranteed against breakage, due to the horse standing on the boot. It is recommended to always using a generous sized overreach boot over the top of MHB on both front and hind hooves to protect it should your horse stand on himself or overreach.