EasyCare Easyboot Rx Therapy Hoof Boot

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Product Summary:

EasyCare Easyboot Rx Therapy Hoof Boot

The Easyboot Rx is the therapy boot used by veterinarians and hoof care professionals for lower limb/hoof problems, recovery from surgery or injury, or for horses that cannot tolerate prolonged time on hard surfaces. The sole is constructed of durable and soft rubberized material, much like that used in human orthotics, with four-way stretch and secure hook-and-loop closures. With three vents for air circulation, the hoof stays cool without accumulation of debris.

Sold individually, the boot can be used to hold paste, gel, or powder meds onto the hoof for an extended period of time. Each boot comes with an EasyCare Comfort Pad for additional support. Quick and easy to apply and remove, this boot is not intended for riding but can be used for light turnout.

Features:

  • Therapy boot for support and relief from chronic lameness, laminitis, founder, navicular, and other lower limb or hoof problems
  • Great for horses recovering from injury, surgery or for those that have difficulty with hard surfaces
  • Great for trailering or breeding operations
  • Easy to apply and remove
  • Not for riding, but okay for light turnout
  • Not intended for liquid applications
  • Sold individually
How to measure for the Easyboot Rx:
1. After a fresh trim, measure the width of the hoof across the bottom at the widest point.
2. Measure the length of the hoof from the toe to the buttress line of the heel. Do not include the heel bulbs in your measurement.
3. Compare your measurements with the sizing chart. For an ideal fit, the length and width measurements should fall under the same size on the chart. Be sure to size up if using the Easyboot Rx with bandaging.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
0 BGB17 0 SB-EBRX-0 670784000062
00 BGB17 00 SB-EBRX-00 670784000055
1 BGB17 1 SB-EBRX-1 670784000079
2 BGB17 2 SB-EBRX-2 670784000086
3 BGB17 3 SB-EBRX-3 670784000093
4 BGB17 4 SB-EBRX-4 670784000109
5 BGB17 5 SB-EBRX-5 670784000116
6 BGB17 6 SB-EBRX-6 670784000123
7 BGB17 7 SB-EBRX-7 670784000130

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I have had horse fight laminitis from cushings symdrone they really helped
PAM J on Nov 25, 2017
I have had horse fight laminitis from cushings symdrone they really helped
PAM J on Nov 25, 2017
My pony has chronic/acute laminitis. We have been making 'shoes' for her so I wanted to try these on her. I bought the smallest one in size 00 and it looks big but inside, it's a perfect fit. It'll save my back and stay on until I take it off.
Darylann C on Sep 29, 2017
My pony has chronic/acute laminitis. We have been making 'shoes' for her so I wanted to try these on her. I bought the smallest one in size 00 and it looks big but inside, it's a perfect fit. It'll save my back and stay on until I take it off.
Darylann C on Sep 29, 2017
can this boot be used with a horse shoe on?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Why would you. I would say no on this
can this boot be used on the back feet and how do you size them?
cathy on May 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I don't see why not.
Is this boot sold seperately or in a pair?
cynthia s on Aug 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are sold separately. Which I feel is great because my horse was a rehab horse and was actually a full size different on each foot. I do recommend these boots highly although I also recommend not keeping them on full time. A few hours a day for turnout or while riding. They made a huge difference in my geldings comfort. When he wore them, he walked like a normal horse and you would have never known how foundered he was.
My horse absesses alot and shoes have not helped, are these strong enough for her to live in and be able to ride in?
Arielle J on Nov 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My pony wears these hoof boots for many hours while turned out. They hold up pretty well considering how much he wears them. I do take them off when he is in his stall at night. I do not think they are made to wear 24/7 or to ride in. EasyCare makes several other kinds of boots for riding and such. They even make glue on shoes. Maybe give them a call and talk to them about your horse, I'm sure they would suggest the best product. Good luck!
I have a 4-yr-old with pretty severe navicular in both front feet. My vet recommended a boot with plenty of cushion to trailer her with. Would this have enough cushion for what he's recommending? Thank you!!
Candace W on Feb 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is an excellent boot for protection and stability. I use it for my horse who has suffered from laminitis for many years. I highly recommend buying the easyboot comfort pads 12mm black for extra cushion and also talking to your farrier about using Keratex on the sole only of the horses feet to toughen them up. I did it everyday for a week and now twice a week (clean sole for Keratex to penetrate). It has done wonders for my horse. I bought two pair of the boots and rotate them when I wash the boot out (also remove pads). With the help of the Keratex, I don't have to put the boots on her as often. Good luck.
Does this boot help relieve problems of navicular syndrome?
A shopper on Nov 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have 2 answers, yes these type boots are a miracle for lame horses. This particular brand came with the most thin and useless pads I had to add thicker ones I cut from craft foam but I had a brand called soft sider and they were very soft and yet these stay on better. If your horse is on the pasture get these with thicker pads and I think you'll see a huge improvement in his face and attitude immediately. These boots do require daily attention ... clean and disinfect daily is important
My horse has laminitis and a soft boot was recommended for support. He needs a good insole or pad for softness, circulation and sopport. He wears a size 2 shoe but would need a little extra room to go over bandage?
Sue D on Jun 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't know how shoes compare to hoof boots in size. There should be a measurement chart and directions on how to measure for the correct size. Usually you measure the length of the toe to the back of the heel and across the widest part of the hoof. Take those measurements to the chart. Get the right size boot and you will have plenty of room for pads. I hope you have pulled the shoes. You will need to switch out pads frequently. Good luck!
Can these boots be used in winter?
A shopper on Feb 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I use these boots for my pony that has had cases of "winter" laminitis. They work great for protecting his feet on the hard, icy ground. He wears them most of the day and I take them off when he is stalled over night. They hold up well considering how much he has them on. There are rare times when a boot comes off, but that is usually when he has stepped through some deep snow. I love the Easyboot RX boots, they are part of our winter routine.
how to measure for easy boot?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is not something i could answer, you need to be shown. Look up thier website and they have instructions on how to measure also you can go to utube. Thats how i did it.
Foam inserts for easy care riding therapy boots, are these available?
Tommy on Aug 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: yes, there are 3 kinds. I think they come with the black ones but there are two other thicknesses available.
Is that the price for a pair?
A shopper on May 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Item is not sold as a pair, this is sold individually.
How do I measure for the size. It's for a quarter horse with smaller feet?
Lisa L on Jun 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: How to measure for the Easyboot Rx:
1. After a fresh trim, measure the width of the hoof across the bottom at the widest point.
2. Measure the length of the hoof from the toe to the buttress line of the heel. Do not include the heel bulbs in your measurement.
3. Compare your measurements with the sizing chart. For an ideal fit, the length and width measurements should fall under the same size on the chart. Be sure to size up if using the Easyboot Rx with bandaging.

please follow this measurement chart for sizing assistance

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