05-03-2009, 09:10 PM
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This is outrageous! I would be so upset! I hope this gets resolved sooner rather than later. And you should not have to pay any of the shoeing fee. Just what you would've paid for a trim, and you should not have to pay for getting them pulled either.
Are there any barefoot specialists in your area that could take a look, or even just ask for advice?
Just curious, wouldn't you be able to pull them yourself? I recently saw a video on pulling shoes in the case of a loose one on the trail for instance. I would also go with boots if you don't plan on letting them grow.
Goodl luck! This is a crap situation!