Originally Posted by JekkaLynn
She has no noticeable chewing problems. No dropping food or taking a long time to eat. But I'm hoping to bring her to my vet sometime next week for a full physical. And if my hubby remembers he will ask the blacksmith if he knows what to look for with bad teeth and have him check next week Thursday when he comes out.
This will require you to stick your hand in your horses mouth, but if he's ever had his teeth floated before he'll be used to it. Get a bucket of water or just get your whole arm really wet, and then stick your arm in there and feel around. Sharp edges will be your number one indicator that his teeth need done. But be careful, because teeth can be sharp
if they haven't been done in awhile.