When Your Frog is Down: Repairing Prolapsed Frogs

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A prolapsed frog is where the frog, sensitive frog, and digital cushion have fallen below the height of the wall in the heels, basically the heel arch collapses. This is more than just a...

Q&A – Laminitis Recovery

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Customer Question: Which Easyboot would you recommend for a horse that is recovering from laminitis and back in light work? I've had my horse in the Easyboot Cloud for the past couple of months, but...

Using the EasyShoe Versa Grip to Reduce Leverage for a Horse with Ringbone

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Written by Dan Schroeder, EasyCare HCP/Vet Dealer RepresentativeRecently I had a client ask for some help with an older horse with ringbone. Scout is 29, and has been doing well barefoot until recently. He...

Reflections On Booting Lessons Learned

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Submitted by Leslie Spitzer, Team Easyboot 2012 MemberIt's hard to believe that yet another ride season is wrapping up. It seems like it just started. Also along with the end of ride season another...

Introducing the EasyShoe Versa Grip Wedge

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EasyCare has a new tool for your toolbox - the EasyShoe Versa Grip Wedge! The EasyShoe Versa Grip Wedge attaches to all Versa Grip shoes using three included screws. The Wedge provides...

White Line Disease: Healing Through Nutrition, Hoof Care, and Booting

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A case study by Casey Sexton of North Georgia Hoof CareIn August of 2019 I was referred to a client by our local equine vet. The horse had a bad case of white line...

Alternative Uses

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So, by now, we all know that the Easyboot Glove is only the best boot in the whole entire hoof boot world :) Of course I may be partial, but I truly feel the...

Life During Founder Rehab

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Submitted by Christin Ganey DavisI was introduced to the barefoot and booting way of life in a very unexpected way. Our dressage horse, Chase, escaped from the barn with his sidekick during the night. Somehow, Chase...

Under Pressure – Discovering A Hoof Abscess (Part One)

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Submitted by EasyCare Product Specialist, Kelsey Lobato.An abscess is a bacterial infection of the connective tissues between the hoof wall and the sole of the hoof. Abscesses can be triggered from a number of causes,...

Don’t Be Negative

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We all know that being negative is considered a bad thing, and it's no different for the horse's hoof!A negative palmar (front), or negative plantar (hind), angle in the hoof refers to the orientation...