Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Wellington, Florida <3
He does have a blown out abscess but he was sound before he was shod. I trotted him in hand a few strides and he was always sound until now, he's not bad and he is getting a little better every day. I don't want to blame the farrier for anything because I am SO grateful for what he was able to do with the crappy situation I gave him. Given the situation, that man worked MIRACLES with this boys feet, I'm just wondering if I should continue with the same farrier or maybe try to find another? I'm terrible with feet so I have no clue what I'm looking at, I just know that his feet needed to be shorter than they were (obviously 😝) and that he needed front shoes to try to keep his feet from splitting anymore than they are.
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