I feel like a complete bone head with some of the questions I ask sometimes, but here goes another one.
I was picking Butch's feet the other day and I noticed that his right front frog looked really odd to me. I went back and forth between the two front, lifting and checking and noticed that the frog on the one foot was really... recessed? It's really deep inside his hoof if that makes any sense? He just had his feet done last week, so they aren't over grown or anything.
I couldn't get pictures because I didn't have my camera, I will Sunday, but in the meantime I was hoping someone could advise me on this. It looks as if it would be uncomfortable, but he is not lame at all, and it didn't bother him for me to play around with it.
Butch is the first horse I've ever been responsible for and so I am very unfamiliar with ... well, a lot of things and I do tend to over react
but I like to be sure.
So, anyone have a clue what might be causing this? Is it normal? I tried Google and well, I came up with a bunch of pictures and articles about frog frogs. You know, ribbit and all that. Total frustration.
Thanks in advance for any replies!