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Honey started limping at the end of last summer and the vet and I couldn't figure out why. The vet suspected a corn, and there is a little mark on one of her pads, but nothing protruding. Then, after 4 months of limping, she stopped. She spent four happy months limp free and then all of the sudden she's limping again and it's really bad -she's mostly walking on three legs. She still has a mark on her pad, but still no protrusion. I feel so bad for her. She's seems a bit more comfortable on grass, but not much. Anytime I put a boot on her she limps even more dramatically (she's prone to dramatics). Anyway, is there such a flat corn?

 

I should add that it's the same foot.

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Yes, Andy had one. His was flat but an obvious corn. We had it hulled and the limp got a little better but when he passed away he was still limping. If he were alive, I'd be giving the new corn cream talked about here in H&M to see if it would work on his corn. Here's the link to the thread LINK

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Yes, Andy had one. His was flat but an obvious corn. We had it hulled and the limp got a little better but when he passed away he was still limping. If he were alive, I'd be giving the new corn cream talked about here in H&M to see if it would work on his corn. Here's the link to the thread LINK

 

 

How can I know for certain if it is a corn? Are there certain characteristics I should look for? All the pictures I've seen of them stick out...

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