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Oil for dry hooves which penetrates quickly thanks to its natural composition. Softens and promotes hoof growth allowing normal and natural hydration. Mix of fats rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamin A, D3, E. Contains scavengers of free radicals responsible for premature aging of the skin and hooves and protects the cutaneous barrier. Hoof Blond is suitable for dry hoofs, Hoof Dark contains Norwegian tar and is suitable for horses that suffer from problems with too soft or rotten hoofs.
WHEN SHOULD YOU APPLY HOOF BLONDE?
The horn can sometimes become dry and crumbly, even brittle, particularly in very dry summer weather.
It is then wise to apply Hoof Blond directly onto the hoof wall, sole and frog to soften this horny area.
It is even possible to bathe the foot beforehand and to apply the ointment to the wet foot for faster, more effective softening. Apply a booster application 2 months after the first application.
It is up to the individual owner to judge the state of the feet of the animal and to apply the appropriate hoof care. Husse Hoof Care (Blond and Dark) are particularly effective thanks to the natural oils that the products contain. The natural oils penetrate into the hoof more easily. In addition, these oils are very nourishing, and help the horn to develop. Husse Hoof Care also plays an important protective role.
Apply regularly on the entire hoof using a brush, on the soft parts under the hoof and on the base of the hoof.
Natural oils and greases (avocado, jojoba, laurel), lanolin.
This product is based on herbs. Different animals may react differently to natural substances in herbs. The claims listed in this product sheet are based on general information about herbs. This product should not be classified as a medicine. If you have other questions regarding your horse's health, we recommend that you contact your veterinary.