Sorry fir hijacking, but is it expensive? My dentist is seeing Phillip next week, and he's never had a dental with me. I was told to get his wolf teeth pulled. Posted via Mobile Device
I don't 100% remember (as it was several years back), but I believe it was around $60/tooth that time for me (by the vet). Very likely eq dentist may be cheaper. But you really want to sedate the horse for that as it's not fun. :)
This might be a dumb question...but here goes..Let's say the horse will ONLY be a pasture puff, will NEVER be ridden, bridled etc.. for thier whole life, do they need thier wolf teeth pulled? (time to google what wolf teeth look like XD)
I don't have an answer to the pasture puff question. I do know that when our boys were gelded recently, the vet pulled their wolf teeth. Didn't charge me but about $20 per horse. Guess that's because he was taking advantage of the fact that they were both out cold at the time.
I don't know what he will charge when my filly, Rain, is ready to have her wolf teeth removed. Assuming she has any come in? Do ALL horses have wolf teeth?