Originally Posted by BlueSpark
As far as teeth go, not every horse needs them done every year. My mare the vet says needs doing every 2 years(after sedating and checking fully, with speculum, etc) but the horses on the farm vary significantly. One ottb and an appy need their teeth done every spring. One gelding has it done every year twice. Another gelding the vet says has fantastic teeth, and he asked us to bring him in for floating every 3-4 years.
Oh absolutely and that's very typical. Some horses don't need teeth done every year, may need a float every couple to few years. So long as they're checked yearly.. I'm jealous!
But to have two horses over 10 that have never needed their teeth done? I've never heard of that. That poster is lucky if that's truly the case! Posted via Mobile Device