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  • Cavallo Hoof Boots Online Learning Library
    Visit Our Cavallo Online Learning Library

    By Carole Herder Looking for a Fresh Resource for Natural and Barefoot Horsekeeping? Thinking of taking your horse barefoot? Our continually updated Cavallo online learning library features over 30 articles and counting! I aim to help you in your transition to barefoot riding or support you in your journey if you’re already barefoot and booted….

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  • Barefoot Horse Hoof Trimmer
    Contracted Heels 101

    Hoof Contraction – A Common Sight The appearance of a contracted hoof is so typical that it can be considered the norm. The hoof looks long and narrow, particularly towards the back half. The heels look like they pinch together, squeezing the bulbs and frog. The heels curve in like hooks, towards the frog, creating…

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  • Deana Womack - Navicular Syndrome disease - Cavallo Hoof Boots
    Wrestling Navicular? Trust your Gut.

    Wrestling Navicular? Trust your Gut. 🤠 “My vet wanted me to put egg butt shoes on with a riser wedge, due to my mates low heels. He said she was in the pre-navicular stages. Instead, I have this fantastic farrier that brought her heels up slowly with corrective trims. She has not taken a lame…

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  • Why Cavallo Hoof Boots are Perfect for Therapy/Rehab/Turnout

    Horses around the world are experiencing great success using all styles of Cavallo Hoof Boots for healing, hoof therapy/rehabilitation and turnout. The Cavallo Trek Boot, in particular, is enjoying widespread acknowledgment as the best Therapy/Rehab/Turnout Hoof Boot on the market: Immediate Relief Cavallo Hoof Boots have technically advanced shock-absorbing soles, which makes every step predictable for your horse…

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    Navicular – Seek the Truth

    Navicular Disease is also referred to as Navicular Syndrome or Caudal Heel Pain. Overly diagnosed and grossly misunderstood; symptoms appear slowly. You will see subtle signs such as pinned ears, swishing tail, overall discomfort or an inability to pick up the correct lead. Your horse seems uncomfortable, but you can’t pinpoint why. He has a…

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