> Laney Humphrey wrote:
> > ... The moral of this long post is that dental care is really important...
> It's THE most important thing we can do for our horses to effectively
> extend the useful lives of our horses. Horses in the wild most often
That's a bit strong isn't it. I should imagine that providing food and
water come much higher on the list (since they will die within a few weeks
to a few days if these things are not provided).
Quite frankly, many horses go their entire lives (20-30 years) without
ever once having anybody do anything to their teeth (not that I am
If I had to choose between regular shoing and regular dentistry, I would
If I had to choose between regular exercise and regular dentistry, I would
If I had to choose between regular worming and regular dentristry, I would
In fact, if I had to choose between regular grooming and regular
dentistry, I would choose grooming.
So I have already come up with many more things that I consider more
Good food, ample water, exercise, hoof care, worming, and grooming...
...not to mention proper schooling.
Orange County, Calif.