Recently my doe Miyah got a swollen hoof and ankle. I watched it for a day, and the next day swelling went up to her knee and she was running a temp of 104.7 I administered banamine and started a 5 day course of baytril. I had my vet out two days into treatment for donkey dentals and had her take a look at it. I’d never seen anything like this in a goat, only equine. She agreed with my course of treatment and Miyah finished up antibiotocs yesterday. Swelling is gone. She’s still limping slightly but I probably would be too. Anyone else ever see this? I’m curious how it occurred. In my donkeys it would have likely been from white line disease and some debris traveling up the hoof wall, getting encapsulated, and then forming an abscess. But I didn’t think goat hooves had the same anatomy as equine. Miyah has very sturdy hooves, that stay in good shape. Rarely requiring trimming and she’s never had rot (unlike most of my other goats who get it often). Thoughts?