Oh right no they.didn't really elaborate :s just said her hooves were very soft which if course would be a very good.reason to be lame. But surely now her hooves are almost completely healthy I would have thought to see some improvement. Thank you I love her dearly xx
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Farrier service charges represent treatment/management. Ask your farrier what he is treating/managing.
An answer of "lameness" isn't satisfactory.
Learn how to post photos. Acquire radiographs and a diagnostic from your veterinarian. Seek better information from your farrier regarding his treatment protocol. What is he treating? What protocol is he applying and how does he believe it will help.
Come back here with photos of the horses feet, lower limb, m/l and d/p oblique radiographs and at least a general diagnostic and attempted treatment methodology.
If what you have shared is truly the only information you have been provided by both the vet and the farrier, it may be time to consider practitioners more versed in equine lameness.