Hoof & Hock Boots
The EZ Ice Hoof/Founder Pack is a simple way to apply cold therapy to a hoof that is affected by laminitis/founder. A great alternative to ice buckets that can be difficult to use as well as a bit too cold, the EZ ICE straps on to the hoof and provides an appropriate level of cold therapy. Great for all barns to have on hand.
A quick and easy solution when you lose a shoe, the Hoof Shoe has an easy on/off design and great traction. This ventilated treatment boot allows for drainage and stays secure thanks to a contoured fit. Each.
The reusable Davis® PVC Treatment Boot makes it easy to apply hoof soaks and poultices. This hoof treatment boot has a webbed strap that adjusts for a snug fit to keep the boot in place during treatment. Each.
The EZ ICE Hock Wrap reduces swelling, heat and soreness in your horse's hock area. It can also be used on the horse's knee. Keep this hock wrap in your freezer and strap on when needed. It works quickly to slow inflammation and ease pain. Easily transportable in a cooler for use at a competition.
Never struggle wrapping a hock again! Cashel® Boomer's Hock Socks™ are an easy way to wrap your horse's hocks. These hock wraps can be used over medication and liniments. Made in the USA.
The Hock Shield from Click Horse Products protects your horse's hock from developing sores. Made with a neoprene outer and a fleece inner, this comfortable hock boot allows full mobility. It provides coverage where the hock needs it most and has a soft pocket in back to comfort the area where tendons pass just under the skin.
The Equine Slipper® Horse Boot is handy to have on hand in the event of hoof injury or ailment. This hoof boot protects the hoof, keeps dirt out and holds medications in place. Each.
Protect your horse’s hock completely with this Hock Shield Ultra. Designed for great coverage even if the horse twists hard when rising, this hock wrap can also be used to prevent chill on an arthritic hock. It's constructed for comfort to allow it to be worn full-time by horses with chronic or deep hock sores.