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Paw-B-Gone Ankle Bands

Paw-B-Gone Ankle Bands

Item # 25003
  • Ankle bands teach your horse to stand quietly without pawing
  • Bands easily slide over leg and stay secure with elastic loop
  • Band hits coronet band when horse paws making it uncomfortable to continue pawing
  • Heavy steel 
  • Sold in pairs
Item Availability Quantity Price
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$19.99 $14.99


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Tough OnePaw-B-Gone Ankle Bands

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A Good Start!

By Wimule

from Wisconsin

About Me Experienced Rider

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  • Good Value
  • Well Made Easy To Take O


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    Comments about Tough One Paw-B-Gone Ankle Bands:

    These have been a great start to curbing an extremely bad pawing habit, mostly in the trailer. I have added 'charms' that help make them more effective.

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    • Q:

      Can this damage the coronet band if pawing doesn't stop fairly quickly?
      Asked on 1/14/2016 by Sue By

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      • Staff Reviewer


        According to the company who makes this product, there have not been any issues with this product causing horses injury. The item was made to do just the opposite. It should prevent the horse from pawing and/or kicking in a stall and therefore keep them from hurting themselves.

        Answered on 1/21/2016 by Customer Service from Chagrin Falls, OH
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