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you should broadcast it live on the web
That is the whole idea, right Karen?
Karen - I won't need to go anywhere near the frog. His hoof is extended forwards but not curled up. All it needs is rasping back to a proper length. I've checked it out and the hoof itself is not damaged, just too long.Quote from: ukmicky on 09/07/2007 21:14:05you should broadcast it live on the web You just want to see me get booted, don't you! [!]
Poor thing ,having to stand on 3 legs for twenty minutes so a beaver can nibble at his hoves.
Well, I did it. Comet's hoof looks a lot better now & he was happily trotting around without stumbling. It took me about 20 minutes as I was taking things carefully, not having done it before. But the biggest plus is that I didn't get kicked!