So I go out to check on my goats this afternoon and Millie is limping on 3 legs only! I take a closer look and see that her leg is hurt. It looks like a scrape of some kind, there is blood on the milking stand not so much that I am worried about blood loss, but quite a bit. Is this like a scalp wound? Do injuries at the hoof usually bleed a lot? I think for the most part the bleeding as stopped as far as I can tell. I tried to find what she scraped it on but can't find blood or fur on anything. The most likely culprit is the door to their metal shed which was finally knocked off its track and was laying inside. I suppose it is possible that she scraped it on that and then didn't bleed until later? I have since removed the door from the yard. I believe they had their last CD/T last spring so I suppose that I should go ahead and give her her booster now instead of waiting? Will it hurt her to get two shots kinda close? Her (if she is preggers) shot was scheduled for June 1.... I want the antibodies to get passed on to her kids but don't want her to get sick. She doesn't want to put any weight on the affected leg, and is holding it up as she hobbles on 3 feet. I got their back hooves trimmed last week but haven't done the front ( I know, they aren't in great shape). They don't like to stand still for it for more than 10 min at a time. Can you all think of anything else that I need to do? I know we tend to over prescribe antibiotics in people and animals both but is this a case where a shot of Penn would be called for? She doesn't like me messing with it much, it seems tender. I would be able to tell if she had broken it or something right? I am just worried that something is going to go terribly wrong! ETA: she isn't crying or anything jsut doesn't like to walk around much.