Thanks for not tearing my apart to badly, I really didn't understand what I am looking at and I regret it deeply on not getting new help before this. Looise it wasn't much better before the last trim nor after it. I only continue to clean and treat her feet, to keep it hopefully from getting worst knowing it won't ever get better until a farrier really cleans them up, I will take pictures after another farrier comes. Thanks horseman56 seeing it like that make it much easier to understand what I'm looking at and what it should be.
I have another farrier that had good references (people I know well, and seen their horses feet), the hard part is the farrier that I was using is also my horse's old owner so the conversation was really awkward.
Yeah the porcupine didn't do a good job hiding, he probably only weight 5 pounds at the most, about the size of a puppy, I didn't want my dog to get another face full of quills though.