He had his shoes taken off and was trimmed on 12/26. 2 days later, I noticed him walking very slow and as if he was in pain. I checked is legs & hooves and did not see any lacerations, swelling etc. I assumed the farrier quicked him. I put him up in his barn and no limping once he was in there. I kept him up for 2 days just to be safe. When I let him out, he seemed fine.
The other day when the ground was frozen early in the morning, he was doing the same. The ground is frozen again this morning, and Chance is acting as if all of his feet are extremely sore when he steps.
Can he be THAT tenderfooted when the ground is frozen? Should I have him checked out?