Your horse’s teeth and dental health are fundamental to his well being and performance. Learn about horse teeth and equine dentistry with our comprehensive collection of articles.

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Do equine wolf teeth always need to be extracted?
Q: I’ve owned my 4-year-old Quarter Horse gelding for just over a year and recently moved to a new...
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EQUUS 'Farm Calls' Podcast Episode 2: Equine Dentistry
Dentistry is a critical part of keeping all types of horses healthy—from youngsters to seniors, and from...
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Is your horse trying to tell you his teeth hurt?
Difficulty eating, bit evasions and antisocial behavior are signs of dental pain in horses that are commonly...
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Why nose twitches are rarely used in equine dentistry
Q: I had Quarter Horses for more than 30 years, but now I am the proud owner of three rescues: an 11-year-old...

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