Originally Posted by charlicata
That's another thing. I thought that horses were supposed to have their teeth floated yearly...unless very young or a senior. Rookie is 9.
As long as there are not hooks on the horses teeth that will make sores on thier mouth and the horse can eat properly a horse can go for several years without a float. The oldest horse I have is 7 and I have never had any of my current horses teeth floated. The 7 yo horse will probably have to have a float this year.
As far as wolf teeth, the vet usually removes them when he gelds one for me while they are sedated. You definitely can't see them under normal conditions.