Okay, so my mare Gypsy just got out of the vet clinic for abscess treatment. They had to remove a ton of dead tissue that was causing a chronic abscess. Long story short there is a gigantic hole in her foot (I'll post pictures later tonight). They also put a shoe on to help support the foot a little better and prevent the hoof still attached to her heel to not get ripped off. Needless to say she's on stall rest for at least 2 weeks while I continue to soak it. First week we're treating it with animalintec and the second week we do sugardyne. After that the vet said if she's clear of infection, we could put an Easyboot on it and she could get turned out. I would really love for this to happen because she is going to start climbing the walls and flipping out like a crack addict if she's cooped up for a whole month. I have a Davis soaking boot that I got for when she previously abscessed to replace vetrap but the top didn't close well AT ALL and a ton of mud and dirt would get in. I would really like to get one of the Easyboots because they look like they would stay on more securely and keep her hoof cleaner. The problem is I just checked out the Easyboot website and there's only 15 different kinds to choose from... Another problem I'm worried about is the big hole in her foot, I'm mostly worried about the boot slipping off or stuff getting into the boot and infecting her foot and we go through all this hoopla again. I'm going to talk to my vet about it later this week but does anyone have any advice? I'll be sure to post pictures tonight when I go to soak it, I know its really hard to help if you don't know what the hole looks like.