I posted foot rot questions the other day. Thanks everyone for your answers. I learned from a friend who raises pygmies something about foot problems here in our wet muddy climate. In wet muddy conditions Goats hooves become soft and in summer they get hard. Mud has a tendency to compact between the hooves soft tissue and the hard outer part. This can cause a condition similar to a human having a sliver under their fingernail. I think this is what was wrong with my doe. I have cleaned the hooves real good and trimmed back any loose areas and all seems well after a couple of days. Just one more thing to keep in mind if you have a limping animal.