Not good I'm afraid. Her front hoof capsules are quite long & flared and very high heeled, also forward of where they should be(underslung heels, etc). It appears they may be higher medially(insides) too, but hard to tell from these angle pics. Her frogs look like they're striving for - but not achieving, with such high heels - good ground stimulation. Her back feet, from what can be told from those pics look pretty reasonable, although perhaps also a bit high in the heel & imbalanced.
Perhaps 888 thinks they look 'stubby' because of how upright they are, and also the solar pic shows they appear quite flat/dropped soles(so they can't just be trimmed back to 'normal' without internal changes). That may have been due to dietary probs in the past, but will be exacerbated by being shod/peripherally loaded. IME these are all good reasons NOT to shoe her. I would definitely get the shoes off, so you can have a good go at getting her feet healthy, at least, before considering shoes. Hoof boots are generally a great option for protecting feet when/where necessary.
I think it's SO important for owners to educate themselves on matters of health, such as principles & factors of hoof care, whether you want to take a more active role or only to give a more informed idea whether your 'experts' at hand are any good or not & what opinions are worth taking on. Also, for better critique, see Good Hoof Photos - How to take Good Hoof Photos