Customers are charged postage based on the weight of the order and where in the world the goods are being delivered. This is calculated for you in the website checkout area or by using the check delivery button above, making the shopping process quick and easy for our customers.
Extended returns time now until 31st Jan 2024.
Please make sure that all returned items are returned with the delivery note / invoice within 28 days normally.
Any items returned for reasons other than defects must be unused.
It is difficult for Treehouse to accept returns of items made specifically for the customer.
Credits/Refunds will not be issued for delivery costs and the customer is responsible for sending back the item.
An innovative breathable boot which seals the leg from the knee to the base of the heel to prevent mud getting onto your horse’s legs, enabling freedom of turnout whatever the conditions. Featuring a waterproof and breathable fabric around the cannon bone to prevent overheating and a close fitting hoof capsule with Kevlar reinforced heel protection, these innovative boots will keep legs clean and dry. A shaped PU strike pad also offers brushing protection for your horse’s legs.
- Fully breathable boot designed to encourage cool air to circulate
- Creates a protective barrier from below the knee
- Abrasion resistant Kevlar® to protect the delicate bulbs of the heels
- Suitable for front and hind legs
- Machine washable at 30 degrees
Some useful tips to remember when dealing with mud fever:
Never scratch the scabs, this can lead to further infection
Use a mild anti-bacterial shampoo for cleansing and then ensure the leg is as dry as possible before applying any appropriate creams for healing over night
Clean your grooming brushes regularly as they can harbour bacteria if not kept clean
Don’t use dirty horse boots it can cause unnecessary and totally avoidable rubs
Don’t share horse boots, this is to help prevent the spread of any bacteria or other nasties
Wash your own hands after cleaning any mud fever infected area, we recommend using gloves where possible