Originally Posted by princessfluffybritches
I believe he can take the bad hoof wall off, and rebuild the walls with acrylic, and nail shoes on the rebuilt walls. After cleaning all the disease out.
Sigafoos , well, will there be enough hoof to glue them on to?
He seems to think they'll be enough, I suppose. Rebuilding the hoof walls and nailing on sounds like another good way to go. I'm worried about getting all the disease out. He said if a little is left and he shoes her, the lack of oxygen will cause a rebirth of infection and we're screwed again.
Interestingly, three other horses have developed milder but still ouchy feet with white line separation in the past week. One horse also developed an insane vertical toe crack almost over night.