Hoof Wraps makes life easier for you and your horse, guaranteed! If you're not satisfied for any reason just let us know and we can exchange the item or refund you your money. See why Hoof Wraps is the preferred brand for horse hoof care by veterinarians and horse owners across America… at no risk to you!
Hoof Wraps is a multi-use, multi-purpose bandage for everyday horse hoof care and protection. Our special bandages are user friendly and come with a numbered step by step system printed directly on the bandage for easy application on your horse's hoof. You can easily treat common hoof problems like horse hoof abscess, thrush and stone bruise, or use for protection after shoe loss. We designed Hoof Wraps specifically for horses on turn out so your horse can still enjoy the freedom of mobility during treatment. You'll appreciate the durability and convenience of a one size fits most bandage system along with all the time and money you'll save by not having to make and remake home-made bandages.
Hoofs Wraps comes in one size, which can be adjusted to fit most standard size horses (about 80% of horses). Our patented design includes an extreme grip fastening system to ensure that it stays on in the field regardless of the conditions! Our therapeutic bandages are made with 4 layers of 1600 denier ballistic nylon with industrial stitching, so you can be confident that Hoof Wraps are made to be tough enough to stay on your horse and help heal injured hoofs fast.
It comes with an EVA foam pad for your horse's comfort and the bandage can easily be removed, cleaned and reapplied. You can use our professional grade bandage with a variety of hoof care poultice, topical solutions and medicated pads, so you can be confident that whichever medication you use to treat your horse stays on.
Our bandage system also makes an excellent form of back up hoof protection, should your horse lose its shoe. At only 4.7 oz, it's easy and convenient to take along, so you can have peace of mind no matter when or where you ride your horse.
Our hoof care system also includes our own unique Gel Pads, standard Replacement Pads and a newly introduced hoof Soaker. You won't find products like this anywhere else. Our gel pads are infused with naturally antibacterial Jojoba oils and Tea Tree oils and our Soaker makes an often difficult job of soaking hooves a breeze.
We are so confident you'll appreciate Hoof Wraps Brand products that we offer a 100% money back guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, just return the product and we will exchange it or refund your money. You can also take advantage of FREE shipping if your order is $75 or more.
Your horse deserves the best. See why Hoof Wraps is the preferred brand for horse hoof care by veterinarians and horse owners across America at no risk to you!
A windpuff is a soft and squishy blemish found on a horse’s lower leg. Generally speaking, windpuffs are just a blemish. Occasionally, a windpuff will cause pain and lameness. You will typically find them around the back of the fetlock joint. This is the point of your horse’s anatomy that the digital flexor tendons wrap under the fetlock on their way to the hoof. The tendons themselves are covered with a tendon sheath. Between the tendon and the tendon sheath is a layer of fluid.
What’s the big deal about icing horse hooves?
If you have ever seen a horse with laminitis, you understand the agony and suffering that goes on. It’s horrible. Doing everything you can to prevent such a situation will help your horse have a better life! There are several situations that horses can find themselves in that warrant some ice therapy on their hooves as a preventive measure. All in the name of pain relief, reducing inflammation, and helping to prevent laminitis!
What are splint injuries in horses?
Splints are a fairly common occurrence in horses, and for the most part they are fairly benign where the small splint bone of the lower leg is fractured, or the accompanying tendon is injured. It’s always critical to involve your Veterinarian for a definitive diagnosis and treatment plan, as some splint injuries can be critical.