ITP Intrepid International Plastic Clothing Bib P5654789ITP-210740 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/ITP/ITP-210740.jpg Intrepid International Plastic Clothing Bib Plastic BibPrevents your horse from chewing blankets, wraps or bandages. Attaches to the halter with adjustable nylon web straps. 5654789 754888017611 1.20lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
Intrepid International
17.7400 2023-08-08 58 In Stock
customer review - by , November 11, 2021
5/ 5stars
My horse had a chest incision that needed protection while it healed. The vet put him into a neck cradle. It was just cruel, frustrating, and downright dangerous. But he accepted this bib instantly - I imagine it felt like a water bucket to him. Gave him complete freedom of movement, but stopped him being able to pick at his wound (or pull at his dressings, blanket, or anything else) -- WITHOUT interfering with eating, drinking, or even playing with his buddies.
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Plastic Bib

Prevents your horse from chewing blankets, wraps or bandages. Attaches to the halter with adjustable nylon web straps.

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By Jennifer R. Pournelle
Date: November 29, 2021
My horse had a chest incision that needed protection while it healed. The vet put him into a neck cradle. It was just cruel, frustrating, and downright dangerous. But he accepted this bib instantly - I imagine it felt like a water bucket to him. Gave him complete freedom of movement, but stopped him being able to pick at his wound (or pull at his dressings, blanket, or anything else) -- WITHOUT interfering with eating, drinking, or even playing with his buddies.
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