Okay so here is my question.. This is my horse zorros right front hoof. If you look closely in this picture you can tell that the inside. Is more crooked and closer to the ground.. like filed more down. And on the outside is toed out. I can get pictures of that leg if its needed, but this foot grows like this even if I have the farrier trim it right
Now in this picture as you can see the hoof looks odd. How different it looks and probably should look? On the inside the hoof is a lot shorter and that is making his whole hoof go crooked.. He can't really tell from the pictures but trust me it is..
Here it looks mostly like a normal hoof to me but closely look and see how the leg bone is like a curve and slanted on the other? I am not a farrier and don’t know if this is how its supposed to look in this last picture but I definitely know that it isn’t supposed to look like this… and I want to know if I can correct it with shoes or somehow just relief pressure of his joints because he limps. PLEASE NO ONE TELL ME THAT I JUST NEED TO TRIM HIM MORE MY PARENTS DO EVERY 8 WEEKS! RIGHT NOW I AM ASKING THIS BECAUSE MY FARRIER IS COMING OUT WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE DAYS AND I WANT TO BRING SOME IDEAS ACROSS AND SEE IF THAT WOULD HELP….! THANKS!