I think his feet look fine. Be careful with the thrush treatment, sometimes it can do more harm than good. Especially if there is no thrush. You would be better off keeping a spray bottle of apple cider vinegar and spraying the soles and frog every time you clean the feet. The best cure is air. Keep the feet clean and you shouldn't have any problems. When my girls get a flappy frog I just cut it off. I keep a hoof knife handy but a pair of scissors or a pocket knife works just as well, just be careful to cut just the flap off.
Thrush has a distinctive smell and is black and gooey. You'll know something is off if/when you see it.
ETA you need to cut that flap off that's covering the crevise
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Last edited by Vidaloco; 03-20-2012 at 08:17 PM.