You shouldn't be changing the angles on a club foot anyways. It's just how she was made/raised. Trying to change the angles on the club to be a normal hoof is just going to stress her tendons out big time. If she's sound, don't touch it. Her other fore, on the other hand, definitely needs to be addressed. Why would "nothing" come of the farrier shortening the toe? I would definitely be finding a new farrier if they don't see the point in shortening a flared toe and bringing the heels back. Doing so will raise that hoof up to where it should be and balance out her front end a lot better.
Her club shouldn't impact her soundness. She may get shoulder soreness though from being constantly uneven. Have you noticed anything like that? I would also get her feet done asap instead of waiting the three weeks, by a different farrier if you can find one. Is there any way you can post pictures of her soles?
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