Many horse owners use turnout boots to prevent mud fever. But do they work? Read our blog to find out more about the pros and cons of traditional turnout boots as well as Kyowave, our own mud fever boots.
Mud fever is a common, but stubborn condition to treat. Find out how to treat mud fever, including how our Kyowave mud fever boots can help.
What is mud fever in horses? Read our blog article to find out about the causes, symptoms and treatments for mud fever.
There are a range of horse cooling products on the market, including ice boots for horses’ legs, cooling leg wraps, cooling gels, clay and more. Plus, there’s always cold hosing to help cool your horse down after exercise or injury. This blog article highlights why Cryochaps ice boots are the ultimate choice of ice boot…
Horse leg injuries are common. But do you know how to reduce the pain for your horse? Icing and compression can provide much-needed pain relief.
Windgalls in horses are common. Read our blog to learn about windgalls, their causes and how to manage them.
Does your horse exhibit inflammation of the hocks? This article outlines two causes of hack inflammation and suggests how our ice hock boots for horses could help.
There are a number of ice boots for horses on the market in the UK, but which ones are the best? Read our blog to find out!
Laminitis is a very painful condition that can affect any horse. Whilst prevention is always better than cure, icing the hoof can help relieve the symptoms.
Looking for a new way to treat mud fever? Introducing Kyowave, the new mud fever boots for horses.