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What does it mean when they say float the horses’ teeth? I can’t believe their teeth float! - Jennifer in Port Murray

Floating teeth is a horse dentist’s term - what it really means is filing them down so they’re even and we can chew properly and better digest our feed. Without this being done, it can hinder our ability to eat. Here’s something else I learned -- did you know horses have wolf teeth? That’s what they call them! They’re little tiny teeth in front of the first molars and are usually removed.

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