Sav-A-Hoof Liquid, 7.5 ozFights white line disease, bacteria and fungus. Powerful concentrated formula. Apply to infected area and coronary band on a daily basis until defect grows out. Travels down horn tubules and seeks out infection that is hidden. Environmentally safe. Applicator.
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- Brand: SBS Equine Products
- Form: Liquid
- Size: 7.5 oz
"Love this product"
This stuff works. I have a draft cross that developed an extreme case of white line disease after a particularly rainy spring last year. A high dollar farrier recommended other products that didn't do a thing. I had used Sav-A-Hoof in the past with good results, so I went back to it. It did the trick. Cleared up the white line and saved this horse.
Years ago, an old farrier told me about Sav-A-Hoof. I prefer this one to the spray. Like any hoof remedy, it takes time, at least 6 months to regrow. What it does: it kills the black stuff (bacteria) that is preventing surface and deeper cracks from growing out. Once the bacteria is killed, the hoof can grow the cracks out. Using this with a digestible biotin based product may speed up the process. But remember, it takes at least 6 months to see the product work, or the benefits of it. This does not mean you need to use it for 6 months, but what you do now will pay off in results. Try 2 bottles of it during the late summer months and you will get results the following spring! You've got nothing to lose but $40 or so dollars!
"No Blue Fingers!"
I treated 2 horses for thrush with no blue fingers! Yay
"sav a hoof"
Have a Saddlebred with the most atrocious hooves,dry or wet conditions.Living in Fla,summers we are up against alot of rain,mud etc.This horse is claustrophobic,so will not stay in.Came across sav a hoof that has saved this horse after being extremely footsore on all four.Super effects within days,now on maintenance.All the older techniques,venice turpentine,durasol,koppertox,that I have used over the years on all breeds were completely uneffective.This is a must in my barn.