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    Red hind with rear foot condition

    Any idea what caused this. Unable to walk and wasted so humane diClick image for larger version. 

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    I have seen this on a couple of occasions, both in red hinds. Can't remember what caused it, but it's certainly odd.

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    Any help from the link below?
    Seen a hind with this affecting the front feet today. I wonder how common it is

    http://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.u...ddin-s-Slipper-)

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    Hi this is very interesting does it only involve one foot?? Although dangerous to make a diagnosis from a picture, I wonder if this is similar to Alladin foot more often seen in roe deer. Is there any chance of getting the foot to carry out some pathology?? Jimmy "the vet"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsimpson View Post
    Hi this is very interesting does it only involve one foot?? Although dangerous to make a diagnosis from a picture, I wonder if this is similar to Alladin foot more often seen in roe deer. Is there any chance of getting the foot to carry out some pathology?? Jimmy "the vet"
    PM ed.

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