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Horse Dentistry Just like humans, horses need regular dental care. Learn about equine teeth and find out when you need to schedule a visit from the horse dentist.

Equestrian Life - Expense Report
HI talks to horse owners across the nation to compare horsekeeping expenses.

Avoiding Equine Dental Problems
Routine dental care is essential to keeping your horse healthy.

Ask the Vet: Dental Care and Bitless Bridles
Is regular teeth floating necessary for horses that aren't ridden with bits?

Ask the Vet: My Horse Drops Grain When He Eats
Is it a dental issue, or is my horse just a messy eater?

Ask the Vet: Wolf Teeth
Why do horses have their wolf teeth removed?

Ask the Vet: Your Horse's Teeth
What can you learn by examining your horse's teeth?

Ask the Vet: Do stallions have more teeth than mares?
The number of teeth a horse has can vary quite a bit between individuals.

Ask the Vet: Wolf Teeth
Is it necessary to have a horse's wolf teeth removed?

Dental Issues of the Senior Horse
My older mare is missing some teeth. What should I feed her to make sure she gets proper nutrition?

Dental Anomalies in Horses
Here are some of the dental conditions in horses that you and your vet should watch for.

EOTRH: Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis
This rare dental ailment causes tooth pain and other complications in senior horses.

Ask the Expert: Healthy Horse Teeth
Why don't horses need their teeth cleaned like dogs do?

Horse Health - The Basics of Equine Dentistry
What is floating? Find out why horses' teeth require this care.

Horse Dentistry - Telltale Teeth
A horse's teeth reveal his age. If you're going to look a gift horse in the mouth, here's how to learn something from the view.

Video: Floating a Horse's Teeth
Find out what happens during this important routine equine dental procedure.

Senior Horse - Match Feed With Need
Fulfill your horse's energy needs by providing proper nutrition.

Why senior horses need fall dental check-ups
Make sure your horse is able to get the nutrition he needs heading into winter.

Horse Behavior - Reasons for Horse Behavior Problems
Behavior problems are often the result of physical problems. Here's how to determine the root cause.

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