Originally Posted by gottatrot
Also, I would have to get a new vet if they said my horses didn't need to be sedated for teeth floating! If they tried it they'd probably get injured.
There are a surprising number of horses that do not need sedation for floats. I have nothing against a vet trying it with out sedation to see if a particular horse happens to be one of those weird horses that does not mind it. It saves the client money and why sedate when you do not have to.