Your bogs v your bone spavins. “Spavin” comes from a root word meaning swelling. In simple terms, a bog spavin is a soft puffiness or swelling at the front of the hock, while a bone spavin is a solid bony enlargement on either side of the hock, often caused by arthritis. Lameness and heat often accompany a bone spavin.
Target the swelling or heat with ice and compression. The Absolute Wrap can be used on the hock and covers all the vital areas where swelling is common.
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