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More feet questions
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Bunny's feet have improved so much in the three months she's been barefoot.

BUT...... when the farrier trimmed her last her soles were completely smooth and beige in color. In the three weeks since then her soles have gotten very bumpy with places where they are now white and soft/chalky. The soft/chalky spots pick up small pieces of gravel really easily and leave pits when I pop the gravel out.

I'm using Venice turpentine on her 2-3 times a week.

She had these spots when the trimmed her and the farrier didn't seem concerned about them but is this normal? Is there anything I can or should do to make the soles harder?

Annie
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#2
The soles grow and flake of naturally. It's more then likely just the way hers flake off.
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