Hi, I'm still new to raising goats. We tore down an older barn and rebuilt a new one. I thought I'd gotten all the nails picked up but must have missed one. My billy goat ended up with a roofing nail in the back part of his front hoof. I pulled it out and doused it with iodine. It's been about 2 weeks and he's still limping some. The hoof looks good. No swelling or heat. There is of course still the hole where the nail penetrated. He's up to date on his tetanus shot and has no other ailments. Hoof is trimmed, no separation or anything that I could blame the limp on. Do you think the nail hole just needs to heal over before he stops limping? He's putting weight on it, but he's just babying it. That's not stopping him from playing "king of the mountain" or anything. Is there something else I should be doing for it?