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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.
NB: Due to our Covid 19 protocol returns are taking a little longer to process than normal as we are putting the packets into quarantine before opening them, please be patient and they will be sorted asap.
A horse-friendly muzzle to help with equine obesity and related factors such as laminitis. Due to the shape of the mouth hold of the Ultimate Muzzle most equine will manage to eat hay through it.
- Nostril holes for breathability and comfort
- Higher in front to prevent removal by horse/pony
- Solid chin piece aims to minimise rubbing
- Leather head strap
- No clips to get caught on wire
- Pure Wool covers available from Nuumed , one size (code 4665)
- Rectangular mouth hole
There should be ample room around the bucket of the muzzle. It should not be tight; you should be able to fit at least 2 fingers in the side and 3 at the back. It is advisable to watch the horse/pony eat to check there is enough room. If in doubt, go bigger not smaller. There should be at least an inch gap between the horse's muzzle and the base of the Grazing Muzzle. Adjust the straps so the ring is not too close to the eyes.
The Grazing Muzzle should be removed and checked at least once a day and not left on 24 hours a day. If your pony/horse has not worn a muzzle before, it is advisable to introduce it gradually to let them get used to how to eat with it on.
Rough sizing guide (please see size guide for more accurate sizing)
- Small Pony = Shetlands and fine ponies up to 12hh
- Pony = approx 12hh to 13.2hh
- Cob = approx 13.2hh to 14.2 hh
- Horse = (will suit a chunky 14.2hh) approx 15.2 or fine 16hh
- XLarge = for chunky types and big horses