Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Sevierville, TN
Yep those are quite seriously infected feet. Its going to take a good while to grow them out. Dot get discouraged. It will take months of growth and treatment due to how ideeply nfected they are. Big ol walls of bar trying to imobilize those sore frogs that will need to be trimmed well every time for awhile.
If you can't keep them dry, keep them clean at least and out of poopy mud if at all possible. Id def stall at night. Salt might be painful on those deep fissures. Id treat them like a wound if I could keeping them dry and clean.
I think Id scrub clean with dawn after a stint outside, pat dry and use no thrush powder on the outer stuff. Then id squirt dry cow, tomorrow or whatnot deep in the sulcus cracks with cottonballs stuffed in behind to help hold the meds in for now. Stay away from harsh chemicals right now in those deep cracks. Let them heal some first. Make sure the stall is bedded with really dry bedding.
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