Just thoughts on my mind. Our herd is scheduled for a barn-wide oral exam (ha! Pop quiz!) next month. Pretty sure the 2 yr old has horrible teeth, and may need one extracted, based on his foul breath and the glance he graciously allowed me, but I'll leave that diagnosis to the vet.
How often do you REALLY get your horses' teeth examined? We all know we should get them looked at every 6-12 months, but how often does it REALLY happen? Truth be told, I'm lazy about getting it done if the horse doesn't drop feed or have weight problems and he's "middle aged". The old ones I'm more particular about, but what about your herd?
Just curious, not looking to shame anyone, nor am I inviting flaming the honest ones that fess up to never checking!