Equine Hoof Care
Each owner of a horse must consider the fundamental concepts of hoof care, from providing a safe hoof with regular care to assessing a clipping or foot job. Here are some of the tools that your farrier or trimmer can use for proper hoof treatment from the simplest to the advanced equipment. Hooves should be taken out to search for sharp objects, bruises or symptoms of illness minimum daily. Using the tool to clear particles in a downwards and outwards movement. For thrush cases, the hoof tool is often used to stuff diagnosed cloth into the edges and to malformation frog.
When your horse drops a foot, a hoof boot or multiple duct tape wraps will avoid more hoof injury while the veterinarian is working. Both can be taken on a trail ride and you can ride the horse back home even if a shoe gets lost midway along. Anyone with a heeled animal would know how to take out a defective foot. A crease nail puller is the most effective device for all of this, as it can loosen the clinches and even grip the nail points to take them off instead. It is much better and faster than taking off the foot. A hoof stand may be a back-saver for the holder who has many horses to look after. Once it is carried along for shedding, most endorse the hoof. Many of the new booths are provided with cradles that can protect the hoof while it's in the tip state and are a solution to keeping the hoof in your hand or knee. With every horse you focus on, it has to be modified to the perfect height. Be cautious to slowly bring your horses to the stand, so they don't kick them over and push them off.
GerVetUSA has a lot more to provide when it comes to hoof care. We have Clinchers, Hoof Knife, Hoof Tester, Nippers, and Pull Off in hoof care range. Get along with us to review.