Re: No blood for testing - now what?


Vicki Kline <vlk@...>
 

Yes, the problem isn't only the size, but the shape - they're so much
more upright. You "might" get away with hind hoofwing boots from
horsesneakers; could try a tracing and/or phone call to see what they
think.

Vicki Kline

--- In EquineCushings@..., "marysutliff" <marysutliff@...>
wrote:

-Have you tried Soft Ride boots. I just bought new ones for El Dazo
and when I talked to Debbie she mentioned they have the boots in
small enough sizes for minis. > Mary Sutliff


-- In EquineCushings@..., Suzanne Clothier <clothier@>
wrote:

Finding boots to fit a donkey - not been successful so far. Donkey
hooves are shaped differently.
Suzanne & Shrimp

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