I'm looking into ways to keep my goats' hooves healthy in these rainy months (near Seattle!) but when I look it up, the only preventative I see is to trim the hooves. Of course this is necessary but I was thinking maybe a footbath of some kind every couple of weeks? It is ridiculously rainy this time of year and the mud is a few inches deep. Years ago we had a goat that got footrot despite regular maintenance and the poor thing was miserable. I'd like to do everything I can do (safely) to prevent this in the future. We're already expecting some gravel but it would be unrealistic to gravel my whole property. Any suggestions to minimize problems? Thanks in advance for your help.