I have a doe who is due March 20 who is walking more stiffly than the other doe who is pregnant and due April 15. She is very cautious walking in the snow and doesn't seem as limber. She walks much more slowly than the other one. The vet saw three or more kids in the ultrasound around 46 or 47 days pregnant. All moving around. He questioned that she may have more. She was one of five and last spring she had kidded four kids. We did trim her hooves two days ago in hopes that would help. The vet suggested to soak each hoof in warm water and epsom salt. We did that for one minute each hoof as suggested. This happened two days ago, the day of the hoof trimming. She still is walking slowly and awkwardly. I am bringing another doe in for an ultrasound check the first week in February. The vet suggested I bring her in, the one who is pregnant and walking slowly, and check things out if she hasn't improved after the hoof trimming and soaking. I'm really worried! I had lost a pregnant LaMancha last year and she died three weeks before her due date. She was walking slowly and awkwardly and then developed a cough.