The Small Size Ice Horse® Big Black Boot helps provide efficient cooling for laminitis and other hoof problems. This ice therapy hoof boot helps decrease discomfort and can aid recovery by helping cool out the hoof. It holds three reusable FirstIce® packs (included) that attach with VELCRO® brand fasteners.
EquiFit T-Foam™ Hind Bandage Liners can be used under EquiFit's T-Sport™ Wraps or other exercise bandages. T-Foam relieves pressure and conforms to horse's legs for chafe-free support. VELCRO ® brand closures make them easy to use.
The Ice Horse® Back Blanket is a cold therapy blanket for your horse's back. This design can hold all 10 of the FirstIce® packs (included) for maximum cooling coverage from withers to sacroiliac joint, or just a few to target specific areas.
In the Léttia Coolmax® No-Bow Leg Wraps, a wicking lining helps keep your horse's legs dry when wrapped. Pair.
Roma® Full Ice Boots are easy to use with convenient side zippers and adjustable buckled straps for fit. Made of durable nylon, these full ice boots for horses have suspenders to hold them upright. Foam cuffs at the bottoms keep ice inside. Pair.
Lightweight and breathable Fenwick Liquid Titanium Therapeutic Leg Wraps work with your horse's body to create far infrared rays (FIR) which increase circulation and help cells expel toxins. Fenwick's leg wraps can be worn under bandages or polo wraps and can be left on 24 hours per day. Pair.
Mane ‘N Tail® Pro-Tect® Topical Skin & Wound Spray Treatment by Straight Arrow® penetrates deeply to provide antimicrobial action that goes beyond other simple antifungal and antibacterial products. This wound spray for horses is effective on fungal and bacterial problems, including girth itch and rain rot. Skin conditioners encourage healing. 32 oz.
The Roma® Deluxe Hock Boot helps protect your horse's hock from injury. This hock boot works well for both travel and stabling. It has a neoprene lining that's comfortable for your horse. Easy on and off.
For the vaccination of healthy horses against Eastern and Western Equine encephalomyelitis, equine influenza due to type A2 viruses, and tetanus. Syringes and needles are sold separately.
Dosage: Inject one 1 mL dose intramuscularly (IM) and repeat dose 3 to 4 weeks later. A 1 mL booster dose should be given annually.