I noticed that my 3 year old RR had a swollen toe. The swelling was under the toe but extended approximately 3/8" to 1/2" to the side. I also noticed a white lump on the top of the swelled area. Tonight I opened it up and pus did come out. I removed the white bump and dug a bit further making sure all of the infected area was out. Her back toe, on the same leg, had a yellow area under it. It looked like a little corn kernel. I opened this area up and took it out. While the areas were opened I continually washed out with Hydrogen Peroxide and before closing her up I placed an antibiotic cream on a little piece of gauze and placed it in the wound then wrapped the toes. Would pus have come out of the back toe if it was infected? Did I do the right things? Is the tissue a hard white that is under the skin of the toes? If anyone has any information they can offer I would greatly appreciate it. I thought bumblefoot only affected the pad of the foot. I'm sorry I don't have any pictures because I didn't feel I could work on her properly and take pictures too.