I called our most wonderful farrier, Dan Brown last week. I gave him her treatment schedule (which was rebandaging every 2nd day) and determined that either Tuesday or Friday of this past week were the two prospective days. The day was set. Friday it was.
After consultation from Dr. Voight (who performed the surgery), an appropriate dose of Dormasedan, a little more text book research on Dan's part (who did I mention, is an excellent farrier and horseman with a great 'boots on the ground' additude), we (mostly Dan) did an outter heal to mid toe 1/2 inch buildup on the stapled leg.
|The left leg that was stapled. As you can see, it is rolling to the outside.|
|Rasping the first application of the 'super fast set up liquid horse shoe compound'.|
|Smoothing the liquid shoe on the outside sole.|
|Rasping the second application.|
|The liquid shoe compound and applicator.|
This procedure turned out so well I will say "DAN BROWN REALLY IS SUPERMAN"!