Follow us on Facebook!

 

 

Navigation Menu

 

Home

 

Product Information

 

Sizing Guide

 

How to Order

 

Available Distributors

 

Vet Support

 

Eye Symptoms

 

Product Maintenance

 

Product FAQ

 

Product Warrantee

 

Testimonials

 

Custom Masks

 

Media Recognition

 

Facebook

 

Pinterest

 

Contact Us

 

Favorite Links

 

Special Credits

 


 

We strongly recommended reading each and every page of the compiled information on our website. 

 

The information we have provided will help you understand your horses needs as well as understand our products.

 

Our goal is to help save horses lives.

 


 

This product is proudly made in the USA

 



 

July 24, 2014 Lou and her horse "Peko"

 

Dear folks,

 

I just wanted to update you on my horse Peko’s progress with the Guardian Mask after a month’s use. Before the Guardian, I would feel so sorry for her each day because she would rub her itchy eyes and the regular fly masks just rubbed and irritated the eyes and literally come apart. I noticed improvement within a few days with the Guardian. She was still rubbing her eyes, but the frame kept her from being able to completely rub the eyes and the smooth surface of the Guardian further protected them. A week or so ago I started using some allergy eye drops, with approval of the vet, and I noticed even further improvement and comfort, with lessened itching and virtually no watery eyes.

 

She is quite comfortable with her Guardian and puts her head down for me to put it back on her after cleaning it.

 

We’re both really glad we found you!

 

Lou

 

PS: She wants to dress up as a witch for Halloween. We’ll use the Guardian and maybe put some paper eye lashes around it, a witch’s hat, and whatever else we can find in the costume box.


 

Greetings Lou,

 

Peko is picturesque!  We love the feather and her fiesta hat, she's a real doll.    We're also very happy that she is doing so well with the mask.   Feel Free to send us another photo of her Halloween Costume! 

 

 

Guardian Mask

 

Back to the Archive Index

 

Site created by Lunar Phase Web Designs