Emma also got her very little, tiny, donkey feet trimmed as well. She had never had her feet or legs touched before coming here. While her feet were in no way overgrown like those of her poor parents, they were long and just beginning to curl up at the toe and under at the heel. The only thing that kept them from being far worse is that she just isn't old enough to have developed serious problems. Since I first had to teach her to let me handle them and since I am very slow at farrier work, it has taken a bit to get them where they need to be.
I think they are starting to look pretty good. I am going to have a professional come out in a couple of weeks to make sure that I am doing things right. I have never worked with donkey feet before. They are soooo tiny!