Not just soon, he needed to see a competent farrier long before his feet looked like that.
I get the impression that you are quite young, and it may be up to your parents to make the call (and I'm very very sorry if that's not the case
), but understand that a scenario like this is extremely frustrating to those of us reading it - there is no excuse
for his feet to be that bad, period
. Going by this thread and the other one you put up about this pony, I'm very concerned that he may founder. By putting off making the phonecalls and getting someone out, you're playing with fire.