1. Order B Gone, Get it Fast
We ship fast from our HQ in Georgia. All products are manufactured & made in America.
2. Apply to Your Horse
With our patented toothpaste style tube, application is easy. 12 treatments come in a tube, but you will most likely just need one or two.
3. Watch Your Horse Improve
B Gone will start working immediately. You will see results as the hoof grows out. This will prevent painful laminitis and the hoof losing its internal connectivity and support system.
B Gone White Line Treatment
Works Every. Single. Time.
Our blend of proprietary ingredients halts even the most stubborn, long-term cases of white line disease. Works on all horses - backed by a Money Back Guarantee.
DIY - Easy to Use!
Just like using toothpaste! B Gone is applied directly to the infected hoof area using a convenient 60cc syringe.
The Best for Your Horse
We are the only solution produced by professional farriers tostopwhite line disease (WLD) quickly and effectively. Your horse is an investment and family member, they deserve the best.
What if I don't treat White Line Disease?
It can be incredibly dangerous for your horse.
White line disease “eats away” and deteriorates the inner section of the hoof wall causing hoof wall separation. Because the hoof wall supports most of the horses’ weight, any structural weakening in the hoof can cause lameness, even leading to laminitis or founder, a potentially crippling condition.
1. Clean the bottom of the hoof of dirt and debris.
2. Remove shoe, if possible and applicable.
3. Using a nail, debride the affected area of white line.
4. Apply a thin line of B Gone White Line Treatment around the white line. Treating areas of the white line that appear healthy will do no harm.
5. Reapply once a week for barefoot horses or each shoeing cycle for shod horses until hoof wall has completely grown out.
Let customers speak for us
B Gone White Line Treatment
Very satisfied with the clay. Very easy to work with.
Best product I’ve used to dry and harden and resolve hoof issues and I’ve tried them all. The product is a little tough to apply in cold weather but still amazing. Store indoors or heated room and then I keep it in my pocket with hand warmers to keep it from stiffening in winter temps. Very easy to apply in above freezing weather. Penetrates deep and long lasting. You can easily see the product when picking feet days after application even in wet weather. Also love that you don’t have to wrap it at all. Very highly recommend.
I was surprised to see how well the clay stays put being my horses are pasture kept. I use the syringe B-Gone and top it w/ the clay to prolong the contact time. White line that was resected is already showing signs of improvement.
Both my horses and I are very pleased with B Gone. And their hoofs show it!
A true believer. This stuff works amazing and penetrates deep into the hoof wall. My career was impressed with this product. She now is going to purchase it
It's been very wet here in this past of Florida. All 3 of my horses developed white line in all feet. It's been a nightmare. BGone has been doing a great job of healing those feet. I treat them about 2 x week, which is more than recommended, but it's very damp here still.
I highly recommend this product!
I’m six weeks into using this for my Friesian mares feet. This product works amazing. I’ve gone through several different products for thrush and white line and this product you actually can tell it’s working! I’m taking my mare to the vets for a recheck this week and am excited to hear what the vet says.
The packaging makes it easy to treat deeper crevices. The product helped get his thrush under control. It also helped harden his chalky hooves.
Yesterday I packed my horse's hooves with the clay. I pushed the clay deep around his frogs. This morning, after a night in the rain it was still intact and keeping the moisture out of his problem areas! His hooves have never looked, felt, or smelled so good after a rainy night. Thank you!
When my farrier returned 6 weeks later, he noted that all of the feet had significantly improved - and that was before he even got his first foot! His actions of trimming and shoeing backed up his first impression. I used about half a tube per horse per application, but someone living in a dryer climate might be able to get away with less. In my 30 years of horseback riding, this is the best white line product I've ever used. I intend to keep a number of tubes on hand.
Our farrier used it when putting shoes on, and my husband cleaned the hoof and worked some around the shoe with a screwdriver every two weeks between farrier visits. The farrier was so impressed that he wanted to know where we got it so he could stock up. I'd say one tube lasted us four years. 5 months.
I adore this product; in my 17 years as a farrier/hoof care provider, I have never seen anything work as well as "B-. " "Gone" when it comes to white line separation splits in the toes This is a fantastic item. It is strongly suggested.
My horse was diagnosed with white line disease, according to the farrier. I did my research and purchased this product, and I've included before and after photos. The preceding date is November 26th, and the following date is January 12th. While I waited for the product to arrive, I would soak his hooves in a disinfected wash in between these two times. I would then wash the hoof and apply the paste for the first week or so, after which I would skip the washing and just clean with a wire brush. I applied once a week for a total of two weeks. It began to rain intermittently around week four. He was standing in the mud because he was a pasture boarder. I continued to apply and was surprised to see the blue tint on the hoof several days later. The blue tint is still visible after the trimming on January 12. As if it had been absorbed deep within the hoof crack. Before the trim, it had been at least ten days since I had applied my previous round. After all this time, I'm down to about a quarter of the tube, though I noticed that some people were having trouble getting the paste out. Because I live in central Texas, the warmer weather may have played a role. However, it was still the dead of winter. I had a problem with it oozing out of the tube after I finished it. Although there was not much oozing, I rushed to replace the lid. Farrier complimented me on how well I handled the situation and inquired about the product. I'd order from them again in a heartbeat.
Nothing worked until we tried B Gone, and believe me when I say that my farrier and I have tried everything! It took seven weeks for me to notice a difference, but it's gone now!.
Questions? Let us help
What can happen if my horse has WLD?
If left untreated, white line disease in horses can cause painful laminitis allowing the coffin bone to separate from the laminae. In extreme laminitis cases, the coffin bone can rotate so much that it penetrates the sole because the hoof has lost its internal connectivity and support system.
How does B Gone White Line Treatment Work?
B Gone White Line Treatment works by stopping pathogens from further damaging healthy hoof wall tissue. This allows the horses’ coronary band, where new hoof wall tissue forms, to grow out at the rate of 1/4" to 5/8” per month. The new growth pushes the damaged hoof wall down where it is trimmed away by the farrier.
The hoof wall is just like your finger nail which is made up of dead cells that cannot heal. If your finger nail becomes damaged, the damaged area does not regrow. Rather, new cells in the cuticle grow out so the older damaged cells get trimmed off when your finger nails get long.
How do you know your horse may have white line disease?
Scenario #1: It’s time to shoe the horse. You pull the shoes, trim the feet and shape the shoes. Just when you are ready to nail one on, you notice a small cavity just inside the white line. Picking it with a nail shows a white, powdery substance coming out. You scratch some more and your nail goes part way up the hoof wall. Chances are you’re looking at WLD.
Scenario #2: Pulling the shoes, you notice hoof wall separation where the sole meets the hoof wall. Probing with a nail you notice that separation goes much higher up the hoof wall. Chances are you’re looking at white line disease.
Scenario #3: The owner reports on and off lameness. The feet and shoes look good and so do the legs. You do a hoof test with testers but nothing shows up. Tapping on the hoof wall reveals a suspicious hollow sound. The vet’s called in to shoot some radiographs that reveal a cavity in the hoof wall. You may be looking at white line disease.
What does white line disease look like?
White line disease appears on the white line or laminae. You can see the white line looking at the sole of the horse. White line disease has a chalky, almost white powdery look to it. When you scrape it with a nail or probe, it will start to disintegrate. White line disease can run up the laminae parallel with the hoof wall often going high up into the wall or even higher.
How many treatments to a tube?
The amount you will use will depend on how severe the white line disease is. A tube will usually have about 12 treatments per tube.
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