10-18-2010, 11:29 AM
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I have been working with her on desensitizing her head. I can touch her ears, face and the rest of her head. She is getting better with letting me touch her mouth.She is still a little shy with it, but maybe its just because she has never had much work with her mouth. The people I had her from just taught her basic ground work and skipped working with being able to open her mouth and what not. My gelding is a pro at it, he practically opens his mouth for the bit and is great for letting me touch around his mouth. But I probably will take them both to the vet soon to get their teeth done because I highly doubt that either of them have had it done. And my gelding is 13 which means that is along time without getting his teeth floated. I will let you guys know what happens.