- 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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Norman R from Washington
Not meant for hair sheep, that's for sure. I have one limper; put kopertox on her foot used the boot, secured it with bandage wrap, as it was loose, she flipped the thing off within ten seconds. Looked funny flipping her leg around until she lost it. I don't even think it would work for bigger sheep.
Karen B from Wa
Reading the previous review, I was hopeful these would fit our ram, but no way could we get them on him, too small!!! He is Texel - border Lester and is very hard/heavy on his feet. Medi wrap alone came right off his hind feet, duct tape on top of medi wrap has worked so far for his front feet. Giving3 stars cause the boot will probably fit our ewes, handy to have onhand, but they never get foot problems!
This boot was designed for sheep with large hooves and legs. There was no use trying to use it on Finn's with little legs. I could fit front hooves in the boot with room to spare. It would just spin around and with the strap pulled tight.