I have a 3 yr old Nubian doe who has been crawling around on her front knees for 8-9 weeks now. The only thing I know of that precipitated this was a hoof trim. Our friends who milked for us while we were on vacation (early May) said her hooves were overgrown and suggested we give her a more substantial trim. (She had hoof rot over the winter which we treated and was doing good, walking normally.) The trim looked good and there was no bleeding but afterwards she started crawling on her front knees (still walking normally on back hooves). She acted as though her hooves were tender and would shift her weight when forced to stand and go back down on her knees as soon as possible. After 4 weeks of her crawling, we took her to the vet and they suggested we needed a ferrier. Our friends who raise Nubians came over and gave her a trim. She walked voluntarily afterwards for a couple of days and then went back down on her knees. Since she’s been crawling so much her inside “toe” on her front hoof is outgrowing the outside “toe” which doesn’t allow the hoof to rest evenly when standing. (all the weight rests on the inside of her hoof when standing/walking) We’re still trimming every couple of weeks to try and correct the unevenness. We don’t know how to get her up and walking again. Any advice is greatly appreciated!