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Best Friend Deluxe Grazing Muzzle with Halter

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Product Description

Best Friend Grazing Muzzles are recommended by equine health professionals to prevent, as well as treat, laminitis, founder, obesity, colic and other diet-related diseases. The small opening in the bottom allows horses a limited amount of grass, yet unlimited water. Rather than being restricted to a non-grass environment to control intake, horses are free to exercise and socialize as part of the herd. The Deluxe Grazing Muzzle is an all-in-one design that does not require a halter. Unique design of the Deluxe Grazing Muzzle utilizes a plastic side-release buckle as its breakaway feature. Each Deluxe Grazing Muzzle comes with a spare buckle that can be easily attached in the field.

Other Grazing Muzzle Benefits:

  • Your horse is happier as a result of not being kept away from both his grass and his outdoor buddies.
  • Your horse can get the required exercise. (The average horse covers one mile per hour while grazing.)
  • Disease prevention is easier and less expensive than a visit by the vet.
  • All synthetic materials make it lightweight, rot resistant and well-ventilated.
  • Padded noseband helps resist rubbing and chafing.
  • Most durable, comfortable and safest grazing muzzle available. Don’t be fooled by look-alikes!
  • Recommended by John Lyon’s Perfect Horse and The Horse Journal.
  • Reduces bedding bill and stall-cleaning time.
  • You have peace of mind knowing your horse is happier and healthier.

Available in Oversize, Horse, Cob, and Pony. Available in Black.

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  1. Good for Public Trail Rides 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Oct 2012

    We bought a large order of these for our barn where we offer public trail rides in order to keep the particularly nippy horses from biting customers. They do a great job of keeping teeth away from non-horsey people. But they are sometimes hard to adjust to your horse's head and seem to fall off fairly easy.

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