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How often do you have your horse's teeth floated?

Once a year
More than once a year
Every couple of years
Only when needed

Total votes cast: 2038

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check them twice a year, float if needed

1/26/2009 11:27:49 PM

Depends on the horse some never need them done some need it often

1/26/2009 9:05:27 PM

As needed and advised by the vet.

1/26/2009 6:27:06 PM

Because of regular exams & floats...teeth are in good condition and don't always need floating.

1/26/2009 6:06:27 PM

my vet checks the horse's teeth once a yr. and they are floated as needed

1/26/2009 5:29:28 PM

Casey Jones is the BEST!

1/26/2009 5:11:48 PM

all checked by vet 6mos

1/26/2009 4:02:27 PM

i have 2 horses

1/26/2009 1:57:52 PM

Once a year by a specialist, but willing to have it done more often if necessary.

1/26/2009 11:22:40 AM

Sometimes twice a year...

1/26/2009 10:19:57 AM

my vet comes out twice a year, so I let him decide if/when it needs to be done.

1/25/2009 9:35:09 PM

depends on what the exam reveals, exam is every 6 months

1/25/2009 8:43:58 PM

I am advised by and follow my vets judgement on teeth floating.

1/25/2009 7:22:54 PM

my vet checks their teeth once a yr, and floats them if they need it.s

1/25/2009 4:21:26 PM

Every year when vaccs come up.

1/25/2009 2:40:42 PM

annually, but he gets fillings later this year after his recent floating

1/25/2009 12:25:02 PM

my horses are floated once a year with the exception of my 19 year old arabian mare,who's done twice

1/25/2009 12:46:05 AM

by vet once a yr.

1/24/2009 9:28:47 PM

Crank Appy is 17 and requires 9 mos - 12 mos. depending. Checked by vet twice year @ shot time.

1/24/2009 7:58:48 PM

depends on age

1/24/2009 4:18:43 PM

Whenever my vet tell me to

1/24/2009 4:17:56 PM

2x year

1/24/2009 3:28:09 PM

eating almost a whole bucket of sand clear

1/24/2009 2:13:01 PM

Vet checks them twice yearly, but only need to be done once

1/24/2009 1:15:35 PM

Or more often as recommended by vet

1/24/2009 12:02:14 PM

An equine dentist comes once/yr, but if I had an indication of a problem, I'd call more often

1/24/2009 11:54:03 AM

Depends on how many teeth my old ones still have, how much monitoring they need.

1/24/2009 10:40:13 AM

once/year for non-working, twice for working horses

1/24/2009 10:32:29 AM

More if problems arrise

1/24/2009 9:42:25 AM

On a tight budget, only the horses in training and horses that can't eat well get they're's floated.

1/24/2009 9:03:50 AM

as part of his physical

1/24/2009 8:24:22 AM

it's ridiculously expensive

1/24/2009 8:23:25 AM

This is VERY important to have your horses teeth floated. Most dont know horse teeth GROW in length!

1/24/2009 7:46:04 AM

My gelding's teeth get checked once or twice a year, but fortunately he has good teeth

1/24/2009 1:14:39 AM

you should only do it when necessary, never mess with a horses mouth

1/24/2009 12:15:26 AM

right now vet says once a yr enough but will do more often when needed

1/23/2009 11:58:26 PM

always have them checked at least 2x a yr

1/23/2009 11:06:37 PM

Vet checks teeth twice a year and if needed, floats, but usually not needed.

1/23/2009 9:47:25 PM

I will only have an equine dentist work on her teeth!

1/23/2009 9:19:37 PM

Some of my horses required biannual float for a couple of years but then only required as needed.

1/23/2009 9:17:43 PM

spring and fall dental check up

1/23/2009 4:37:23 PM

my 30 plus miniatures have all been cared for by an equine dentist - a threatened profession now.

1/23/2009 3:36:28 PM

too expensive these days!!

1/23/2009 1:37:05 PM

more often if the dentist orders it.

1/23/2009 8:53:11 AM

But more than once a year if the dentist/veterinarian recommends it. This depends if the particular

1/23/2009 12:45:26 AM

Checked every year and floated as necessary

1/22/2009 11:10:23 PM

"Once a year" is generalizing--as needed, but this usually is how often it's really needed.

1/22/2009 9:36:08 PM

Their mouths get looked at w/ they get their shots. 7 horses all between 3-24yrs

1/22/2009 9:16:58 PM

I have them checked 2-3 times a year. Floated when needed. 29 year old mare still with good teeth.

1/22/2009 9:05:29 PM

Depends on which horse, the old pony twice a year the rest once a year.

1/22/2009 8:36:15 PM

every year ir whatever the vet recomends.

1/22/2009 8:01:21 PM

teeth are looked at spring & fall by vet & floated if needed

1/22/2009 6:23:32 PM

Looked at professionally once a year; floated as needed

1/22/2009 6:03:43 PM

Yearly in past, but vet kept saying nothing wrong, why did you bring him in?

1/22/2009 5:41:23 PM

every 6 months

1/22/2009 5:26:28 PM

Check teeth every 6 months, only float when needed

1/22/2009 5:18:35 PM

when he was young and now that he's a teen, once a year, will go back to twice a year when older.

1/22/2009 5:14:03 PM

I don't know of any person able to do this procedure in my area.

1/22/2009 4:29:41 PM

here in the uk it is recommended for every 6m but that to me seems over the top

1/22/2009 3:10:14 PM

Some need it in 6 months, others in 2-3 years

1/22/2009 3:08:22 PM

we use a certified horse dentist

1/22/2009 2:54:09 PM

Some of our horses only need it every 2 years some need it annually

1/22/2009 2:42:18 PM

I have them checked yearly, and float as required

1/22/2009 2:35:14 PM

every 6 months

1/22/2009 1:26:20 PM

Ours have regular dental evaluations once per year.

1/22/2009 12:36:15 PM

I have a wry nose gelding who needs his done about every 6 months. My others get checked then.

1/22/2009 11:15:35 AM

They get checked at least once a year, but only floated when necessary

1/22/2009 10:28:43 AM

some need it more often.

1/22/2009 10:01:57 AM

yearly, but dependent on the vet's assessment during each floating

1/22/2009 9:49:01 AM

Or more often than yearly if needed

1/22/2009 6:58:24 AM

At least once yearly, depending on her needs.

1/22/2009 2:52:00 AM

is it okay to leave a horse without access to water 6-8 hours

1/22/2009 2:21:29 AM

I have mine checked every 6 months and floated as necessary.

1/22/2009 1:42:14 AM

Regularly once a year for optimum health by equine dentist,not just floating on my older horse

1/22/2009 1:41:48 AM

only when needed, I WILL NOT float with a dremel tool!

1/22/2009 1:09:07 AM

Now that all teeth are corrected and only need to be floated 1x/yr. Before it was 1x/6 months.

1/21/2009 11:38:45 PM

I'd advise to get an equine dentist to eval & float teeth, it's more expensive BUT worth it!

1/21/2009 11:35:17 PM

Depends on the individual animal

1/21/2009 10:48:51 PM

I marked once a year, but do it when the horse needs it, even if its several times a year!

1/21/2009 10:32:46 PM

check once yearly, float as advised by vet

1/21/2009 10:22:12 PM

usually every 12-18 months as necessary

1/21/2009 10:14:08 PM

Teeth are examined by my vet 2x a year.

1/21/2009 9:48:00 PM

The vet checks their teeth when she does annual exams; floats teeth if necessary

1/21/2009 8:37:09 PM

My husband only goes to the dentist every 15 years...never figured a horse needed to til old age

1/21/2009 8:17:57 PM

For now thats all my vet reccommends

1/21/2009 8:12:56 PM

every 6 months

1/21/2009 8:04:21 PM

I have their teeth checked every spring, but many times they do not need any work.

1/21/2009 8:04:20 PM

They are checked in the spring and floated in the fall

1/21/2009 7:54:05 PM

Have them checked at least once a year

1/21/2009 6:42:00 PM

Depends on the age and tooth condition.

1/21/2009 6:38:33 PM

We have the vet check at least twice a year and do as needed

1/21/2009 6:28:32 PM

Only when needed,though checked spring and fall

1/21/2009 6:26:20 PM

Once a year, or as needed

1/21/2009 6:03:42 PM

We 'power float' and it lasts for 2 years...well worth it.

1/21/2009 5:50:39 PM

Not every horse needs a float every year, but they ALWAYS get checked each year

1/21/2009 5:35:06 PM

2x a year, spring and fall

1/21/2009 5:07:29 PM

The vet checks our horses teeth twice a year and floats them as needed.

1/21/2009 5:00:32 PM

The QH and Saddlebred get theirs done once a year, the mini stud twice a year due to advanced age

1/21/2009 4:59:00 PM

best insurance there is

1/21/2009 4:49:29 PM

at least 1x yearly, more if needed. We do have the equine dentist out 2x yearly to check all horsees

1/21/2009 4:42:58 PM

They have their teeth checked periodically, but usually maintainance requires once a year.

1/21/2009 4:41:23 PM

Whenever my vet recomjmends, he does evaluate them annually.

1/21/2009 4:31:59 PM

As needed after evaluation by equine dentist

1/21/2009 4:16:44 PM

2 older horses every 6 months/2 horses in their teens every 9 months

1/21/2009 3:56:34 PM

need to get around to that

1/21/2009 3:56:24 PM

present float - if longears need it, they do it themselves.

1/21/2009 3:52:55 PM

More often if needed.

1/21/2009 3:36:45 PM

More often on senior horses

1/21/2009 3:16:54 PM

checked every year, 2x year on older horses

1/21/2009 3:02:45 PM

I have dental checks done twice yearly. Floating is not always necessary but the checking is.

1/21/2009 3:00:58 PM

And by someone who has specialized in dentistry, not just any vet

1/21/2009 2:57:19 PM

checked twice a year/dona as needed

1/21/2009 2:36:57 PM

I check them every few months and if i suspect anything have the vet take a look

1/21/2009 2:28:27 PM

Once per year OR as needed.

1/21/2009 2:26:54 PM

Checked twice yearly and done as needed.

1/21/2009 2:23:52 PM

More than once a year if they do not take the bit easily.

1/21/2009 2:18:17 PM

My vet determines when each horse needs its teeth floated.

1/21/2009 1:27:45 PM

use an equine dentist

1/21/2009 1:01:30 PM

I am an Equine Dentist. Ages 1-4, every 6 months. Ages 5 & over, yearly.

1/21/2009 12:58:49 PM

Once a year as a rule, older horses more often if needed.

1/21/2009 12:50:55 PM

Vet checked every 6mo and floated when needed

1/21/2009 12:50:24 PM

it's so important to have your horses teeth attented to every six months. It will insure good dentae

1/21/2009 12:30:17 PM

I have them floated when my horses get shots every 6 months.

1/21/2009 12:28:04 PM

Usually in spring with shots

1/21/2009 12:24:47 PM

We have an equine dental specialist work on the horses' teeth. One is older and has dental issues

1/21/2009 12:17:40 PM

he is checked when the vet comes for routine shots

1/21/2009 12:05:57 PM

they have check-up twice a year.

1/21/2009 12:04:58 PM

They see the Equine Dentist every year or as he says they need it.

1/21/2009 12:03:38 PM

More often for my older gelding or as necessary

1/21/2009 12:03:14 PM

Older horses need it more

1/21/2009 11:55:23 AM

At least once a year; more often if needed after showing chewing problems.

1/21/2009 11:53:52 AM

have 23 horses and have never floated teeth

1/21/2009 11:52:34 AM

At least once/year and any other time needed

1/21/2009 11:48:11 AM

Or more often if my equine dentist says it's needed.

1/21/2009 11:33:46 AM

If vet determines it is needed

1/21/2009 11:21:05 AM

Twice a year - my horse is parrot mouthed!

1/21/2009 11:12:18 AM

They are checked twice a year and the teeth are floated, if necessary, as well as any other dental w

1/21/2009 10:59:23 AM

Examined at least once a year, floated per schedule that dentist recommends

1/21/2009 10:50:35 AM

more if problems are presented

1/21/2009 10:45:38 AM

Old horse (cribs as well) more often than younger guys

1/21/2009 10:45:11 AM

vet checks yearly @ vaccination time

1/21/2009 10:34:31 AM

at the time of spring vet check

1/21/2009 10:29:32 AM

for my older, 20+ horse

1/21/2009 10:25:42 AM

full dental check up, not just floating

1/21/2009 10:21:54 AM

His teeth are checked every six months, and floated when he needs it done.

1/21/2009 10:10:04 AM

twice a year

1/21/2009 10:07:54 AM

or more ofter--it needed.

1/21/2009 10:06:49 AM

Only when needed which is usually once a year, sometime twice.

1/21/2009 10:05:39 AM

I have his teeth examined yearly and floated as per the vets advice.

1/21/2009 9:41:49 AM

Once a year usually, but more if needed.

1/21/2009 9:41:49 AM

Have them all checked 1x year and do those that need it - a couple need checked & done more often

1/21/2009 9:32:40 AM

by a dvm DENTIST

1/21/2009 9:20:31 AM

more if needed

1/21/2009 9:02:56 AM

Check annually; float as needed

1/21/2009 9:00:19 AM

Checked at least once a year and floated as needed

1/21/2009 8:53:30 AM

Looked at every six months, floated when required

1/21/2009 8:53:15 AM

My 32-year old QH that past away was twice a year but the vet always checked them first.

1/21/2009 8:21:09 AM

But they are checked yearly by the vet!

1/21/2009 8:19:37 AM

more often if needed

1/21/2009 8:14:53 AM

twice a year for youngsters; twice a year for elders

1/21/2009 7:52:54 AM

Vet check & float yearly, more if necessary

1/21/2009 7:46:10 AM

On young horses or old horses we do more than once a year, others get once a year from a dentist.

1/21/2009 7:41:29 AM

they're checked twice a year; I have older horses

1/21/2009 7:27:06 AM

IF the dentist comes to our area.

1/21/2009 6:52:13 AM

Vet is the one who tells us when it is truly needed

1/21/2009 2:37:29 AM

Once per year or when needed

1/21/2009 2:11:35 AM

every 6 mos

1/21/2009 2:02:18 AM

We have a Master Equine Dentist come for our horses

1/21/2009 1:16:21 AM

I have them checked at least twice a year and floated both times if they need it.

1/21/2009 12:36:09 AM

Some (elderly, etc) are done twice a year. We use a Certified Equine Dentist (not a vet) from IL.

1/21/2009 12:13:12 AM

Usually about every 1 to 2 years, depending on horse

1/20/2009 11:44:08 PM

Once unless I see a problem

1/20/2009 11:30:46 PM

Only if my fat horses start getting thin...which is never.

1/20/2009 11:14:43 PM

inspected at least once a year and floated as needed.

1/20/2009 11:01:15 PM

Sometimes shorter on our daily riders. Makes a WORLD of difference.

1/20/2009 10:19:37 PM

every 6 months

1/20/2009 10:18:08 PM

my vet checks the teeth during spring vaccinations and does them if needed

1/20/2009 10:17:38 PM

My vet checks for points twice yearly, but floats only when necessary.

1/20/2009 10:09:53 PM

This is for my senior. The others get it as needed.

1/20/2009 9:56:08 PM

my vet tells me when they need it,that's when we float teeth

1/20/2009 9:41:12 PM

every six months

1/20/2009 9:36:19 PM

If I trhink he is chewing slowly or dropping his grain I will have the vet check them immediately!

1/20/2009 9:13:09 PM

I have him checked twice a year, usually only needs it done once, but it depends on his age

1/20/2009 9:06:49 PM

Examined 2x annually or if a problem presents itself; floating as needed following exam

1/20/2009 9:04:27 PM

I believe it is more important that there is a bi annual exam then float as necessary.

1/20/2009 8:54:52 PM

checked annually

1/20/2009 8:41:55 PM


1/20/2009 8:33:07 PM

Horses are checked yearly and if I notice any additional problems.

1/20/2009 8:31:06 PM

Typically once a year unless there appears to be a problem.

1/20/2009 8:28:40 PM

I have had my 5 yr old mare's teeth looked at each year and have yet to have them floated.

1/20/2009 8:21:51 PM

it is up to my dentist

1/20/2009 8:15:01 PM

19 yr old 2 x year;9 yo l x yr

1/20/2009 8:05:32 PM

More often, every 6 - 8 months, if the horse is older or has issues

1/20/2009 8:03:56 PM

Teeth are checked 2 x /year but only floated if needed.

1/20/2009 7:52:11 PM

once a year they get checked and done if needed

1/20/2009 7:48:16 PM

More often if a particular horse requires the attention.

1/20/2009 7:46:15 PM

Ihave them checked at least once a year and have them floated when ever the Dr. says its time

1/20/2009 7:45:18 PM

I have them checked every 6 months. They are floated when needed, about every year.

1/20/2009 7:38:06 PM

I have all my horses teeth checked every 6-12 months, and floated as needed.

1/20/2009 7:35:27 PM

Twice a year if the horse is under 5.

1/20/2009 7:30:30 PM

By a pro once a year and do my own touchups

1/20/2009 7:20:58 PM

Checked winter and summer done a snecessary

1/20/2009 7:18:58 PM

more if needed

1/20/2009 7:05:11 PM

Yesterday, as a matter of fact.

1/20/2009 7:04:38 PM

I have the teeth looked at 2 times per year until they are 10 and once a year there after. I also h

1/20/2009 6:59:01 PM

Have them checked at least once a year, but float only when vet says they need it

1/20/2009 6:56:28 PM

I have my younger horses checked once a year. My older mare gets checked every 6 months.

1/20/2009 6:49:41 PM

Teeth check during annual physical and vaccinations

1/20/2009 6:46:17 PM

their teeth are checked every 6 months

1/20/2009 6:42:52 PM

Every 6 months if needed

1/20/2009 6:41:27 PM

Sometimes more, depending on the needs of each horse.

1/20/2009 6:39:07 PM

No hard rule. A complex issue answered here: http://theequinepractice.com/newsletter-112008.shtml

1/20/2009 6:34:33 PM

bi-annual exams and follow up treatment as needed

1/20/2009 6:30:26 PM

can i wait longer?

1/20/2009 6:27:21 PM

It also depends on how old the horse is and what shape his teeth is in

1/20/2009 6:26:06 PM

Some horses just don't need it as often as others

1/20/2009 6:24:52 PM

as needed seems to average once a year

1/20/2009 6:22:30 PM

Every six months or as needed

1/20/2009 6:20:45 PM

our local vets have dropped the ball on equine dental health. ne iowa

1/20/2009 6:12:33 PM

at a minimum 1x yearly, more if problems develope

1/20/2009 6:11:13 PM

I know I should do it annually. I am trying to do this now.

1/20/2009 6:09:37 PM

twice annually, by my equine DENTIST!

1/20/2009 6:00:12 PM

They are floated when the vet decides they need to be done!

1/20/2009 5:45:15 PM

The horse is checked twice a year when vaccinations are given.

1/20/2009 5:44:54 PM

Every 6 months for horses under 4yrs

1/20/2009 5:42:08 PM

my older guy gets his done twice a year

1/20/2009 5:41:09 PM

Every 6 months for older horses; my vet is certified in equine dentistry also

1/20/2009 5:40:44 PM

1x/year everybody gets inspected with speculum, then floated as needed

1/20/2009 5:36:20 PM

teeth are checked 2x year

1/20/2009 5:35:45 PM

teeth are checked every 6 months

1/20/2009 5:33:38 PM

done by an equine dentist not my local vet

1/20/2009 5:33:30 PM

Once a year, although with my older horses, as recommended by my vet

1/20/2009 5:28:52 PM

checked every 6 mos.

1/20/2009 5:18:03 PM

Twice a year (every six months)

1/20/2009 5:17:46 PM

twice a year for my 3 year old; twice a year for my 20 year old; once a year for my 9 year old

1/20/2009 5:11:41 PM

They hate it!

1/20/2009 5:08:34 PM

Linda Corey of Vermont makes a yearly visit; the horses LOVE her!

1/20/2009 5:05:37 PM

Checked and Floated every Spring (during spring shot time)

1/20/2009 4:55:09 PM

Vet checks twice a year when they get their shots.

1/20/2009 4:52:36 PM

I have one horse that is sedated and check yearly becuase she seems to have more problems.

1/20/2009 4:48:45 PM

haven't yet, but will soon

1/20/2009 4:48:20 PM

My vet checks their teeth every 6 months and if needed, the horses are floated.

1/20/2009 4:47:31 PM

unless horse is having weight loss issues then twice per year

1/20/2009 4:46:43 PM

My horse needs his teeth done every 9 - 12 months

1/20/2009 4:46:03 PM

1 of my horses has to be done 2-3 times per year.

1/20/2009 4:42:51 PM

One horse does fine with twice a year; the older one needs it more often now.

1/20/2009 4:38:21 PM

They are checked at least once a year and floated as recommended or needed. One is checked 2x a year

1/20/2009 4:36:38 PM

I have the vet check each time she comes by.

1/20/2009 4:34:21 PM

Only by equine dentist, not vet.

1/20/2009 4:31:50 PM

Every 6 mos. or as recommended by my equine dentist.

1/20/2009 4:31:44 PM

Sometimes more often if the dentist recommends it.

1/20/2009 4:27:23 PM

I have an equine dentist do it

1/20/2009 4:24:01 PM

Some horse's teeth grow quicker than others.

1/20/2009 4:23:10 PM

by an Equine Dentist

1/20/2009 4:22:52 PM

My vet does the floating so I follow his recommendation.

1/20/2009 4:21:18 PM

3 adults get 1/year; the 2 young ones will get a 2nd time

1/20/2009 4:19:49 PM

Every 6 -12 months

1/20/2009 4:18:25 PM

Youngsters checkd 6 months, adults checked yearly

1/20/2009 4:15:22 PM

I have the teeth checked routinely and when needed, they are floated.

1/20/2009 4:14:45 PM

which might be once a year

1/20/2009 4:11:54 PM

2x a year - missing teeth, parrot mouthed

1/20/2009 4:11:35 PM

Or when I first buy a horse, to make sure any issues are not teeth related.

1/20/2009 4:11:23 PM

I have them checked twice a year and floated as needed

1/20/2009 4:10:22 PM

1x Dec/ 1x June

1/20/2009 4:09:22 PM

or when needed as per my Vet

1/20/2009 4:04:50 PM

When needed- but it seems to be needed about once a year

1/20/2009 4:04:32 PM

or whenever it's needed if less than a year

1/20/2009 4:02:44 PM

AS needed but have them checked twice a year or if signs are showing that it may be needed

1/20/2009 4:00:45 PM

I have them checked every year by a Vet, but only get them done as needed. Seems to be every 2yrs.

1/20/2009 3:59:15 PM

depending on need and extent of dental problem

1/20/2009 3:57:06 PM

every couple of years or when needed

1/20/2009 3:56:14 PM

Every 9 months.

1/20/2009 3:54:22 PM

Really, as needed based on age, development, changes.

1/20/2009 3:53:36 PM

Our horses are checked 3 times a year, receive full dentals as needed.

1/20/2009 3:50:54 PM

We have a couple of horses that need there teeth floated every 6 months

1/20/2009 3:48:47 PM

1x but more if needed

1/20/2009 3:48:10 PM

Checked every six months, so whatever is necessary gets done.

1/20/2009 3:45:52 PM

As recommended by the vet

1/20/2009 3:44:59 PM

or as advised by dentist

1/20/2009 3:43:58 PM

I leave it to the DVM. Some require twice a year; some once; some every other. Depends on the animal

1/20/2009 3:40:48 PM

Annually or as needed

1/20/2009 3:40:37 PM

or more often if needed

1/20/2009 3:39:08 PM

every nine months

1/20/2009 3:38:08 PM

with annual vaccinations and coggins

1/20/2009 3:37:43 PM

Power float every other year

1/20/2009 3:36:53 PM

Have a 3-yr-old who needs caps popped off as they occur, and 25-yr-old who's checked twice/year.

1/20/2009 3:36:39 PM

Equine dentist, DVM performs dentistry on my horses; Cheaper 1x per yr than to wait for issues

1/20/2009 3:34:53 PM

I do my own floating so it's done as soon as needed

1/20/2009 3:33:52 PM

This is essential care for miniature horses.

1/20/2009 3:30:56 PM

When my horses go for their shots, I ask the vet to check their teeth and make appt. if needed

1/20/2009 3:28:18 PM

every 8 months now

1/20/2009 3:25:06 PM

but checked twice a year

1/20/2009 3:25:00 PM

The determination is made by the DVM.

1/20/2009 3:23:57 PM

I consider this necessary for the health and well-being of my older horse.

1/20/2009 3:21:24 PM

Dependent on the age. The older(10-12 yrs) the horse the less often it is needed.

1/20/2009 3:20:09 PM

unless older then 2 times a year

1/20/2009 3:07:38 PM


1/20/2009 3:07:06 PM

checked yearly

1/20/2009 3:04:53 PM

but they are checked twice a year.

1/20/2009 3:00:37 PM

also check bit seat

1/20/2009 2:59:21 PM

Every other year. but the vet checks them yearly

1/20/2009 2:10:52 PM

Teeth are examined every six months & floated or other care as needed for the specific horse.

1/20/2009 12:07:07 PM

2x/yr. Missing incisors matter! If you think not, your horse will die a painful death: Bloat colic

1/20/2009 12:05:48 PM

check them twice a year and float as needed

1/20/2009 10:58:25 AM

Annually for broodmares, but any horse regularly wearing bits should be checked twice a year.

1/20/2009 10:17:31 AM

If needed, twice a year

1/20/2009 9:46:51 AM

Vet used electric tools in past, wont do that again, over did the filing

1/20/2009 9:22:15 AM