So a couple of weeks ago I asked for vibes for Quinn's leg. She was periodically limping on it, after rest or moving to fast and turning. Vet trip led to antinflammotories and "go careful on it". Vet couldn't get a good feel of her leg because she freaks out about people handling her. Injections she can deal with but having someone want to hold onto her leg is too much. Over the next week she seemed to get much better, she had a week with very little fun, generally either crated or leashed. I tried to allow light play with Poppy but everytime she turned on her foot she came up lame so I took that out. She had 2 weeks off herding. I almost took her to the vet again last week because she was still periodiclaly coming up lame but as soon as I thought that she started improving very quickly. By this time we thought it was likely her toe, not her knee. Lameness was only when she turned on her back foot and the outside toe isn't sitting in neatly with the rest of her foot. Toe seems tender but not overly painful when touched. So today she went back to herding, she hasn't come up lame in about a week or so now. I've gradually built up her excercise over the last 5 or 6 days to where I'm comfortable letting her run and chase the ball again, still limiting any jumping after the ball because thats how she hurt herself to begin with. At herding today she (understandably) was doing more fast running with turns than she's been allowed to for a while and while she didn't pull up lame she did seem to have something a bit off about her gait but I can't put my finger on it. So my question. Do I vet her again now? Is this something that will cause more issues? I'm leaning towards going to the vet with her this week anyway to discuss options for getting her speyed so if they need to get a closer look at her toe it might be an option to have a good look while she's knocked out but I don't know what they'd really do with it anyway. This is stressing me out a bit, thoughts?