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post #51 of 56 Old 08-07-2011, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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I just came out and took of muzzle and weigh taped bob and hes lost almost 100 pounds he looks really good. Ill try to upload a pic
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Thank you all for the tips. Sorry its just stressing me out since my farrier seems to think nothing can be done. I have email a farrier and gonna call some others tomorrow and will ses if they can properly fix the problem.
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Ill try to get photos tomorrow. Im so happy he really is looking great.
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I just bought Farnam Super 14. I actually just posted about it in another thread. It's for skin and coat, but the people at the shop have had the most amazing results with hooves.
I wonder why? What do you reckon hooves are made of?
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Thank you all for the tips. Sorry its just stressing me out since my farrier seems to think nothing can be done.
Yeah, gathered that, no worries! I find it's extremely difficult to fix a problem using the same logic that created it, which may be why your farrier thinks it's unfixable! But like I said, I wouldn't be willing to make any sort of judgement on your farrier from the little info we have. Sorry to harp on it, but that's why I think educating yourself is so important - you will have a better idea about what is needed & if your current 'expert' is/can provide it, rather than just going blindly with the flow... which may be the wrong direction.
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Sorry for the delays. ive had bob on hoof supplements and he just got his tootsies done and the crack is darn near gone. Ill get pictures tomorrow
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