Originally Posted by FehrGroundRanch
Feathers you could just send her my way and not worry about her feet at all
Are you feeling better?
lol! That would be nice! Yes, I am feeling better now but I sound horrible!! Thanks
The ground here is ROCK hard! However, she is in a sandy pen.
I can see from both sides. Don't worry, I know there are many things to consider when doing feet. I am careful and I just won't go out there and start cutting away!
I am actually having a different farrier come out and look at her feet.
Here is some more history on this particular foot. My farrier told me he thinks it is a club foot. He thinks it developed line seperation
last year and she was shoed to treat it. I don't know if it truly had seperation but the white line was 'not' well connected. No, she did not have seedy toe or white line disease. The shoes did not really help either. When they were pulled, I thought the seperation looked worse.
I have noticed a difference in her movement. She is more clumsy and just 'weird'. Not stable.
Look at the picture. Do you see her right front foot (it is the same pictured above)? Do you see how the toe is pointing up and how the whole foot is at a different angle?
Is something wrong?
This is the picture of her LEFT front hoof. In other words, the other one! Notice the big difference in wearing, growth, and shape!