The two weeks are over and Peanut is out of her splint.
She's so happy to be able to lay down by herself. It was a rather miserable time for her in that contrary to popular opinion she did NOT learn how to lay down with the splint on. Long story short, every night at bedcheck Andy would pick her up and we'd settle her down with three legs folded normally and the splinted leg straight out forward. By the end of the two weeks she was getting pretty footsore from standing so much. Some mornings she was up on her feet, most mornings Andy helped her stand.
The injury seems to be behaving itself. The bare skin is dry and leathery (dead on top) but nothing beneath it is showing any sign of infection. There is some swelling in the joint, which is stiff but at least in the right position for walking, and I have a light bandage on it to keep it clean and give a little support. Seeing some swelling and heat there isn't too surprising since I expect the tissues underneath are trying to come to terms with how to make repairs and reroute circulation. The hoof does not feel excessively hot and she can flex her toes and bear weight pretty well on it after she's been up and moving around for a few minutes.
We are far from out of the woods on this but so far it does not seem to be deteriorating. That's as optimistic as I'm going to be out loud.
Everything looks better when you can at least sit down and take a load off.