Hippo Health Foot Sore – HorseSports
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Hippo Health Foot Sore

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Foot Sore – Equine is for horses who have minor pain and discomfort within the hoof that can cause lameness.

This natural oral remedy promotes a normal immune response.

Professionally formulated, safe & non-toxic. 

Suitable for long term use.

Competition & Racing safe (not swab-able).

When to Dose

Supports a normal immune response in horses experiencing minor hoof discomfort due to past episodes of laminitis, soft soles or minor injury. We recommend consulting a veterinarian to assess the underlying cause of discomfort, then using this remedy to support treatment.

How To Dose

Add to the water trough, dose straight into the mouth using our pump bottle or give on a treat or piece of food. For more nervous horses, pump a dose onto your finger and dab onto the horse’s tongue, gum or lips.

90 ml Pump Bottle

Dose 2 pumps into the mouth 2-3 times a day as needed.

90 ml Pump Bottle = 230 doses (2 pumps per dose)

Bottles are made from food grade aluminium with a hygienic serum pump lid and over cap.

Jerry Can Dosing

Water Trough – add 25mls – one capful or one pump - into the water trough every second day. Dose volume is calculated for a 500-litre water trough.

Feed Dosing – add ½ capful (12ml) or ½ pump - on to feed twice daily.

1 litre = 80 days continuous cover via water troughs (dosing every second day) or 40 days dosing on feed (twice daily).

Our robust jerry cans are made from food grade plastic.

Product Features

* All remedies have a shelf life of 2 years

* Safe, non-toxic ingredients

* Safe to use alongside prescription medications

* Suitable for long term use.

* Competition and Racing safe (not swab-able)

* Safe for pregnant and lactating mares

* Alcohol free

General Disclaimer

Our equine remedies are formulated to support a horse’s natural immune response. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried an animal may be in pain or suffering, please contact your veterinarian.