Spot the difference - here are shots of Baloo's LF (above) and RF (below).
No prizes for guessing which is the foot he is sounder on.
This is the angle to compare from - LF above again and RF below. Its striking from this angle that the LF is loading fairly evenly despite being under-run but the RF clearly isn't.
Despite this, Baloo is landing heel first though he is loading the lateral side of his foot so its a case of finding out what is happening and why...
Here are Eliza's feet - very different and with another range of issues. Obviously there is a very under-run heel and long toe but there is also distortion of the hairline at the quarters.
The sole shot of the same foot shows lots to work on - a weak frog, under-run heels and in particular a huge ridge of sole running round the frog which is often a sign of thin soles and unbalanced hooves.
The caudal shot confirms what we can see from the other views - weak, under-run heels and a frog which is desperately lacking stimulus.
More on both of them soon...