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Why Does My Horse Need It's Teeth Floated?

A horse's teeth are floated to remove sharp points that develop on the surface of your horse's teeth due to uneven chewing patterns. These sharp points can develop into a multitude of problems for your horse. The most common problems are; the inability to properly chew which leads to poor nutrition, painful ulcers (infections) that can form on the inner mouth walls, and bit discomfort.

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