This weekend was B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L in Seattle. I wore shorts yesterday for probably the last time before the rain really starts. For the first time in two weeks I was able to go out to the barn to see Denali. She looks GOOD! She's still on the loading dose of Adequan, but I swear I can already see a HUGE difference. She's such a good girl. I'm so grateful that the vet let me keep Denali a the center. She is so happy.
One problem. Her feet. She is still really, really foot sore. I couldn't tell before because she was ouchy all over. Now that she's moving better I can tell that it's her feet. I think I'm pretty knowledgeable about lots of things equine. Feet are the one thing that I don't feel very knowledgeable. What can I do to keep her comfortable? I don't want to put shoes on her (unless I have to.) Are their other options? I'm thinking that once the rain starts, and the ground isn't hard she won't be so ouchy. Are their other options and have you tried them?