Is your horse just a messy eater, or is there something more serious going on? There are many symptoms of teeth problems in horses. Let's review the most common symptoms.
If your horse is drooling, dropping feed, or losing weight, these may mean there are teeth issues. Here's more signs of tooth trouble:
If your horse is exhibiting any of these symptoms, contact your vet. Horses should have their teeth examined and floated every 6 months - 1 year.
I hope this article helps keep your horse's chompers healthy. Dental care is vital to your horse's general health and well being!
The Info Pony