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post #21 of 27 Old 05-31-2013, 08:30 AM
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Ok, now his face is rubbed raw.
We have the best friends brand grazing muzzle/halter combo.
Any suggestions? :(
Dr. Scholl's pads for corns. They are sticky on one side.

Cut the pieces to fit, stick on the muzzle.

You will have to take them off every night and put clean ones on the next day, so buy several packs when you go to the drugstore or WalMart
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Dr. Scholl's pads for corns. They are sticky on one side.

Cut the pieces to fit, stick on the muzzle.

You will have to take them off every night and put clean ones on the next day, so buy several packs when you go to the drugstore or WalMart
That isn't going to happen, I board. They forgot to even put the muzzle on the first day and act like it's a huge inconvenience. :(

I am thinking this might help?
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Is it possible he needs the next size up? My mare is doing great with hers. I bought it at the local farm store and it included a breakaway halter n throat latch.
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Dr. Scholl's pads for corns. They are sticky on one side.

Cut the pieces to fit, stick on the muzzle.

You will have to take them off every night and put clean ones on the next day, so buy several packs when you go to the drugstore or WalMart
I am definitely trying this! I dont know Blaze's has rubbed him raw under his face whenit barely even touches him there!

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post #25 of 27 Old 06-01-2013, 09:13 AM
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A couple years back, I put two horses in grazing muzzles at the same time.

They both had rub marks but in different places.

That told me they each had their own way of pushing the muzzle along the ground to get grass.

Once they both figured out how to maneuver their muzzles, the rub marks healed and I was able to stop using the Dr. Scholl's corn pads
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That isn't going to happen, I board. They forgot to even put the muzzle on the first day and act like it's a huge inconvenience. :(

I am thinking this might help?
grazing muzzle buffer
^^^shame on them

I never saw these. Sounds like this is your only option - at least until your horse learns how to push the muzzle along on the ground

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post #27 of 27 Old 06-01-2013, 03:39 PM
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I put a muzzle on my mini donkey and it rubbed. Went a size up from mini to pony and no rub marks since.
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