Ahh, yes, the mini set. LOL Some of the little guys that I trim are trained to lay down for me. They are really nice little guys and that makes it easier, yet harder, too as it totally changes the perspective!
Since we don't have "befores" to compare to, I'm just going to pick at what I see. The heel is much too high still.The first pic looks like a young horse's hoof, how it's constricted at the very bottom, looks like a yearling's or weanling's foot, as the hoof they are born with has to spread and grow, that original "hoof" leaves a tiny, restricted looking seam, like you see at the bottom of this hoof. How young is this guy?Could be a founder ring, but it actually just looks like a young foot, But I digress......
His heels need to come down. See how deep the groove next to the frog is? It shows how deep that tiny foot is!. You could work on this a little every week with your rasp to avoid making him sore, but I'd really rather recommend getting a farrier/trimmer out to do the job. I can't train you how to trim online. But if he was super long, you still left some to work with so you probably still did him a favor.