Hoof Supplements for Horses and Biotin for Horses

Discover our range of hoof supplements and biotin for horses. If you're unsure about which treatment would be best for your horse or want to know more about how to use them, just get in touch with our experienced team for advice. They are readily available to guide you in choosing the most suitable hoof supplements for horses to meet your individual requirements. 

Discover more in our range of horse hoof care products and specialised laminitis supplements. Buy biotin and hoof supplements for horses or read more below.

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Seeking effective solutions for your horse's hoof health? Hyperdrug offers an extensive range of natural supplements specifically formulated to promote strong and healthy hooves.

Our horse hoof supplements are enriched with vital nutrients such as biotin, zinc, and methionine, renowned for their benefits in enhancing hoof growth and resilience. Additionally, we include traditional herbs like rosehips, nettle, and fenugreek, which have long been recognised for their positive impact on hoof wellbeing.

Whether addressing specific hoof issues or aiming to uphold peak hoof health, our selection caters to your needs. Our experienced team is readily available to guide you in choosing the most suitable products for your horse’s individual requirements.

Explore our variety of horse hoof supplements today and ensure your horse receives the necessary support for robust and healthy hooves.

The hoof's outer structure consists of a horny wall, typically black or white. It's crucial to prevent cracks in this wall, as they can allow bacteria, fungi, and abrasive debris like gravel to penetrate, potentially leading to lameness. The wall can't swell, so any internal swelling may quickly lead to discomfort. Supplements fortified with biotin, zinc, calcium, MSM, methionine, and copper are essential for maintaining robust horn and hoof growth.

Internally, the hoof features a cartilage known as the digital cushion, which acts as a shock absorber. Swelling in this area or around nearby bones, often due to injury or laminitis, can cause lameness.

Discover more in our range of horse hoof care products and specialised laminitis supplements.