Learn what it means to float a horses teeth. Watch the results of a floating day by day with photo’s.
It has been about five months since I had the vet float Georgie's teeth. I was taking, and posting, photo's daily but it was very difficult to identify any solid…
Well, its been a month since George had his teeth floated by the vet. I don’t know, when I look at him, I think, “Nope, it didn’t help at all.” But when I sit down and look at the pictures side by side, it looks like he may be putting on some permanent weight, not just that hay belly.
For those of you following Georgie Boy’s float, this is about the two week marker. It is day thirteen to be exact, and I still can’t really tell if he’s gaining, or not. (more…)
Here we are, Day 7 since George had his teeth floated. Here’s a picture of him on last Wednesday when the vet came out, then a line-up of the last three days.
As promised, I have pictures from this morning, day 4 from the day I had the vet Float George.
So, that was yesterday that the vet did George’s teeth. I know I said I’d take a picture every other day, but yesterday’s pictures weren’t very good, at least I didn’t think so, so I took pictures today as well. (more…)
Have you thought about an Equine Dental Float for your horse? The equine dental floating is when an equine dentist, or veterinarian, files the teeth, of a horse, to make a smooth grinding surface. (more…)