Cavalor Dry Feet

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For A Dry Frog & Sole

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Indication for use

In case of a soft frog or sole, apply the product to the cleaned hoof twice a day, or use it preventively twice a week to keep frogs and soles healthy. Warning: For external use only.

Packaging

Packaging: bottle of 250 ml/8.5 fl. oz.

FAQ

What does Cavalor Dry Feet do?
Cavalor Dry Feet dries the frog and kills the bacteria in the frog that cause thrush.
Can I use Cavalor Dry Feet on the hoof for any situation?
It is not advised to apply Cavalor Dry Feet on dry soles. When the hooves become too dry, they may become hard, brittle and susceptible to cracks. It is important to keep the horse's hooves dry, but a moisture balance of the foot should be maintained.

Additional Information & Education

The new natural formula for Cavalor® Dry Feet is based on prebiotics and probiotics to provide the sole and frog with good, protective microflora for the active suppression of pathogens. This product is used worldwide by veterinarians, farriers, grooms and riders to treat soft areas of the hoof.

Thrush is a common bacterial infection of the hoof that affects the frog. Horses with deep grooves and narrow heels are at a higher risk of thrush. Even if you keep your horse's surroundings as clean as possible, pathogens will always remain. Horses often stand in stalls containing manure or in wet, muddy paddocks. 

These are ideal conditions for anaerobic bacteria to survive in the hooves and cause damage there. Once the tissue becomes damaged, these bacteria may even penetrate to the sensitive areas of the hoof under the frog and lame the horse.

The new Cavalor ® Dry Feet formula is 100% natural and contains a combination of good bacteria (probiotics) and inulin (prebiotics). Inulin promotes the activity of the probiotics in the product as well as the good microorganisms already present on the hoof. These colonise the entire surface of the hoof, actively displacing any bad bacteria that can cause issues such as thrush.