Actually I don't think those hips look too bad. Generally you want about 50% of the femoral head (ball) covered by the acetabulum ("socket") and it looks to be pretty close to that. There is a slight gap between the femoral head and acetabulum at around the 9-10 o'clock position on the hip on our right that isn't ideal, but isn't excessive, either. Generally you want to see those surfaces nice and uniformly tight, and smooth - but again, I'm looking for faults so I might be overinterpreting. And she looks to be reasonably muscled in her thighs on the radiograph - does she have muscly thighs?
I didn't see your other posts, is she actually limping or is this something that was found incidentally? You should be able to have these radiographs reviewed by a radiologist and/or orthopedist if you're not sure of the diagnosis.