Revolutionary No-Wrap Relief
for hoof soreness and inflammation

How To Use Rebound

  1. Make sure hoof is clean and DRY. If the hoof is wet Rebound will not adhere properly.
  2. Wet your hand.
  3. Scoop Rebound out of the jar and form a ball.
  4. Press Rebound into the hoof, making sure to cover all the structures on the bottom of the hoof, but not overflowing the bottom of the shoe.
  5. If your horse is shod, simply cover with shavings or paper and you're done! If your horse is barefoot, then wrapping with vetrap is recommended. Also if you are going to turn your horse out, then wrapping vith vetwrap and duct tape is recommended wether your horse is shod or unshod.

 

****Rebound is easiest to apply at room temperature, therefore is should be stored at room temperature. If stored in cold temperatures (45 degrees and below) the product will temporarily harden. The product will regain it's original consistency if the jar is moved back to room temperature, or the jar is shut tight and soaked in a bucket of warm water.*****

The Ultimate Hoof Soreness Prevention and Treatment

Rebound is a potent and super sticky hoof packing formulated to draw pain, soreness and inflammation out of the hoof, without having to wrap! With no diapers or duct tape needed, this hoof pack saves you time and money. Rebound will get the sting out after a hard gallop, pulled shoes, or a long day’s work. The Epsom salts and Iodine also make it the perfect pack to help treat abscesses. It is formulated with a special blend of all natural ingredients that will help keep the correct moisture balance within the hoof and promote new hoof growth. The epsom salts work to draw out heat and soreness, while the iodine helps toughen weak soles, and helps eliminate bacteria and thrush. The arnica is a natural anti-inflammatory, and the pine tar keeps the correct moisture balance within the hoof. Rebound's tried and true ingredients have never tested, and will not irritate your horses skin. It’s so easy there’s no excuse not to pack your horses hooves again!