Floating Teeth: An Interview with Equine Dentist Jody Briggs

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Floating Teeth: An Interview with Equine Dentist Jody Briggs:    Why do they call equine dental care floating teeth? I looked it up. The rasp the equine dentist uses is called a float. It’s an important process for every horse – to keep long teeth from getting too sharp, causing hooks, etc. My mare, who is now twenty, was dropping her grain. It had been a couple of years since her last float, and I knew she was ready. Recently, I caught up with my equine dentist, Jody Briggs, to talk about the process, what to expect, and why it’s so important.    … Read more here…  

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