You are trimming a foot that has/had contracted heels, poor quality digital cushions and heel bulbs. On one foot, the heel bulb is uneven. One's a bit more squished than the other, like one is golf ball and the other is a super ball. Do you...
1. Still level the heel according to the sole of the plane and incourage the heel bulb on the one side to expand?
2. Leave the heel slightly unbalanced as it already is due to the smaller bulb on one side? Logic being, if the support isn't there via the digital cushion, leveling that heel out would crush the bigger heel bulb?
Sorry, I think a lot on doubles. They are very boring in the summer time. I'm also dealing with feet that are still correcting themselves from years a bad trimming, and want to proceed in the best interest of my horse.