Feet: a new hoof disinfectant for 2007
Feet is a real breakthrough in hoof
by The Laminitis Clinic, Solution4
combines the potency of natural antibacterial and antifungal oils
and 21st Century polymer technology to give you a hoof disinfectant
which is both highly penetrating and provides a sustained release
of active ingredients. This means that you have to apply it only
twice weekly yet can remain confident that Solution4
Feet will remain effective.
two natural oils, each one having potent actions against the microrganisms
which infect horses' hoof horn. However we have found that they
work synergistically i.e. the effect of the combination is greater
than that of the two oils used seperately. Solution4
contains four powerful modern disinfectants providing both rapid
action and sustained release properties.
Feet is unique by combining the
natural effects of these oils with the most modern disinfectants
and organic matrix stabilizers based on state of the art polymer
technology. This produces a product which benefits the hoof by
providing both instant penetrative protection and a slow release
action against the microbes which love to digest your horses'
contains a powerful antioxidant and phospholipids; essential to
a healthy strong hoof capsule.
Not only that,
both waterproofing and hydrating effects, helping to keep your
horses' feet nicely supple and able to perform their roles both
as an effective protection to the sensitive structures within
the hooves and an effective anti-concussive mechanism to protect
all the limb joints. Your horses' feet will resume their natural
springiness whilst retaining strength.
no formaldehyde or acids unlike some hoof hardeners and other
hoof disinfectants and thus Solution4
damage your horses' hooves.
be painted onto the whole hoof capsule, wall, sole and frogs at
least once weekly. Use a clean toothbrush or stiff paintbrush
thoroughly ensuring all cracks and crevices are well annointed.
Feet to soak in; this
takes less than five minutes.
are giving your horse the very best. Modern effective hoof nutrition
and state of the art hoof disinfection.
typical hoof found in many stabled horses. Caked on faeces predispose
to heel and frog infections.
the hoof has been cleaned and dried the frog shoud be trimmed
like this to facilitate daily hoof picking.
dirty hoof showing the early changes of Thrush on the frog.
back colouration of the frog and solar horn is characteristic
of the action of sulphur reducing bacteria which cause horn infections.
A typical case of poor horn quality;
nutritional deficiency compounded by horn infection