Oof, those pictures made me grimace. Those honestly look like laminitic feet to me. Her posture in the first picture of your third set of photos looks laminitic,
She's got contracted heels and her frog needs to make contact with the ground to strengthen up. I'd be treating her for thrush, also.
I should have taken notice of your comment about thrush before, Kayella. The RF frog is really thrushy, but I hadn't realised because it's not powdery or peeling. The frog is murky black and rubbery, like a cross between licorice and wine gums. This is diseased tissue, isn't it? I'm treating it with athletes foot cream and antibiotic, see how she goes. I suspect she's had thrush for years which explains her sad little frogs.
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