Tag Archives: mouth

Headshaking

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STEVE: Head shaking can be due to a number of things. It could be, secondary to trauma, to somewhere on the head, could be some sort of problem with the eyes, a lot of horses that have systemic, you know, … Continue reading

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Drooling

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STEVE: Unlike other species the horse doesn’t drool, like, for instance like a dog would in order, you know, in order for you, like, when you feed it or prior to it. They’re not like Pavlov’s dogs. They don’t, they … Continue reading

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Dental Care

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ALEX: Dental care is extremely important with horses starting at a very young age. It’s something that, in a barn — if your horse is not eating well or if he has foodstuff coming out of his mouth — it’s … Continue reading

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Poor Teeth

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VICTOR: Basically, one of the main things that you’ve got to be focused on is how often your horse’s teeth have been done. Usually, it’s recommended to get it done between the age of two to the age of five, … Continue reading

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Poor Weight

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STEVE: Poor weight is typically a symptom that they’re either not getting enough feed, would be the first obvious sign that you’re not supplying enough nutritional supplementation to their diet. Meaning, that either what they’re getting good enough quality in … Continue reading

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