- Made of strong, rugged flexible rubber
- Adjustable nylon strap and plastic buckle at the top
- 6" tall with a 2.5" opening at the top
How to Use
If you are using liquid zinc for the treatment, put the boot on first then add the liquid. Pull the strap tight and use SureFlexx™ Elastic Bandage Wrap to seal the top.
The boot should be on no more than one to two days. Keep the animal in a clean dry area and repeat treatment if needed.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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James G from Alabama
Wouldn’t stay on my sheep first time because it wouldn’t tighten enough so I wrapped electrical tape around the strap to make it fit more snug. Then the buckle would not stay fastened as others have said. Overall it will not work as it is. Wrapping the buckle and leg with tape may make it stay on. As someone stated a baby boot and tape might be better and cheaper.
Karen G from New York
I got these for a footsore Icelandic sheep, to use during treatment. They are one size fits all, and really are too big for my ewe; however, they work and are sturdy and stand up to repeated use. I've found that the best way to ensure they stay on is to use some self-adhesive bandaging (e.g., "vet wrap") and start on the boot and then wrap up and onto the animal's leg and back down a couple turns. This also keeps debris from getting down into the boot. Get a spare or two so you can always have a clean one to switch out if needed. My biggest complaint with these is the not-very-effective friction buckle used to secure the strap. It doesn't really stay put, and because it's located on the front of the boot, it gets laid on and ground into the dirt and muck, and comes loose fairly easily. However, the adhesive bandaging solves that problem.
Christy W from Louisiana
The boot fit Waggy my doe's hoof perfect. It took 2 people to put the boot on. One to hold her and the other to insert her foot into the boot. Adding the hoof soak from Premier1 was easy and the adjustable band was great. We did not need to add more vet wrap at the top. Thinking about purchasing another one in the near future.
Ronald S from Virginia
Appeared to be well made, but clip broke loose within 12 hrs and is lost somewhere in the field. Not for a large ram. Way cheaper just buy a child's rubber and vet tape it.
Charles B from Oregon
Good product for the individual sheep foot rot treatment when standard treatment difficulty or not responding.
Needs some improvement work: the strap doesn't tighten down on skinny legs, gum from duct tape will prevent locking from the adhesive. Also making the color RED would make it much easier to find in a pasture when the sheep feels better and escapes.