Not a fetish I promise you. But what is your foot care regime? We as dog owners /walkers rely on our feet so what do you do to keep yours in tip top condition and what tips could you share with those of us in trouble? At the moment I am suffering with Plantar fasciitis and a heel spur in my left foot , years ago it was my right foot. I wear good walking shoes that support my feet but I am ticking all the boxes for people likely to get it Im the right age ie; over 40, I carry some extra weight , I have flat feet (since I was 12) and I am on my feet a lot. I do stretching exersizes and rolling exersizes with a ball and after a long walk I use ice packs to cool the foot I have taken NSAIDs to help the pain but they make me really sick and dizzy so I avoid if possible. The pain can be excruitiating but I love to walk, so we try to do the big walk in the mornings while the pain is not too bad and of course walking on natural ground is far more comfortable than concrete. My other problem is really dry feet. It sounds like nothing to complain about for all the sufferers of sweaty feet but dry feet are just as bad as sweaty ones. My skin will dry and crack leaving me bleeding into my socks when its at its worst, despite regular work outs with files and other abrasive removers and lashings of moisterising creams.. Ive tried all sorts, from the cheapest vaseline to the expensive one at the foot clinic they all last just an hour or two before my feet and esp my heels are dry again. I know I cant be the only one so come on share your tips on keeping your feet in the best condition to give you pain free walks.