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Re: Older Horses Teeth

>Yes, please only get your horses teeth floated once every two years.
Especially when they are older.  You could do more damage than it is worth.

	Or you could end up with a horse whose mouth is  mess. Best way to go
would be to have a competent professional evaluate your older horse's teeth
every 6-12 months, and float as needed.
              --CMNewell, DVM

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