Springtime and Laminitis Equals Natural Hoof Boot Protection

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Maria Siebrand, Hoof Care Practitioner and barefoot advocate, is a promoter of natural horse care and natural trimming methods to effectively help the equine. She says seasonal laminitis cases inevitably rise in early spring....

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...

Easyboots for Abscesses

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We wanted to share a success story from our customer, Barbara. She has been using the Easyboot Glue-Ons to help a horse with several painful abscesses. Here's what Barbara shared with us about her...

Stabilizing Pedal Osteitis with a Glue-On Shell and Therapeutic Elevation Aid

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In this case study submitted by Philip Himanka of Not Only Barefoot LLC, he describes the approach that he and Dr. Allen Landes took to help stabilize the coffin bone on a mare with...

The Truth About Equine Abscesses- Part Two

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Submitted by Patricia Morgan Wagner, Hoof Rehabilitation SpecialistThere is no actual treatment for an abscess once the white line has been invaded. The condition has to run its course. Epsom salt or vinegar soaks...

Hoof Boots: Just for Riding?

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Recently, a friend had a terrible thing happen to her longtime best pony, Nerf. He foundered. Kara quickly had Nerf's shoes pulled and the toe bevelled. What now? Boots and pads. Which boot? What...

Every Hoof Has A Story

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We’ve all heard the joke, “Talk to the hoof!” But what we really need to do is listen to the hoof. Every horse’s hoof has a story to tell. If you look and listen,...

3 Ways to Treat Navicular/Heel Pain Using the Easyboot Glue-On

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By Jon Smedley of Trim and TrainThere seems to be a lot of discussion surrounding the condition of navicular/heel pain. What exactly is it, and what qualifies as a diagnosis? Regardless of that discussion,...

Toxic Yew Plant

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ALL members of the Yew plant family are poisonous!They are beautiful but toxic and can deliver death to barefoot horses within minutes. It is the Japanese or English Yew, which is an ornamental...

A Quick Curricular of Navicular

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“Navicular” is a dreaded word. It is often not discussed unless the conversation addresses navicular syndrome or another disheartening hoof ailment. While navicular syndrome may be frightening, the navicular bone is a good thing!...