Hi all. I have a stupid newbie question. Can someone link to or post a picture of a properly trimmed goat hoof from the side? There are lots of pictures of the bottom of the feet, but I would like to see an elevation view. Preferably with hair trimmed or out of the way so I can see the coronet band and the hoof wall. My zinc-deficient doe has terrible feet and I think they are too stacked? It seems they are very tall and on her back legs she rests on the heel. The inside half of the hoof will stay plane to the ground, but the outside will rock back on the heel and the toe points up off the ground. I do barefoot trims on my horse, so I think I understand basic balance and biomechanics, but I have no idea how to help her. It seems like just so many things are wrong with her foot all at once. My only other goat is young and has kid sized/shaped feet and I didn't know if they were supposed to stack more as an adult. I've been following her sole for trims, but I feel like I should do more to correct her very incorrect way of standing with her foot splayed out in two directions. Any advice?