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  1. January 8, 2017. Aging Horses by Their Teeth - FSA3123 (http://www.uaex.edu/publications/pdf/FSA-3123.pdf) Learn about the many kinds of problems that affect horse's teeth and how good dental health goes hand-in-hand with the well-being and peak performance of your horse.
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  3. January 6, 2017. Common Equine Dental Problems - Horse Health Matters (http://equimed.com/health-centers/dental-care/artic les/common-equine-dental-problems) Horses have hypsodont teeth, meaning they have long crowns divided into two regions: the clinical crown (the short length visible in the mouth) and the...
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  5. January 11, 2017. Dental Anatomy of Horses (http://arbl.cvmbs.colostate.edu/hbooks/pathphys/dig estion/pregastric/horsepage.html) Arizona Horse Pages features informative articles like this one about aging a horse by looking at its teeth.
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  7. January 3, 2017. Young Horses - Article - Equine Veterinary and Dental... (http://evds.net.au/article_young_horses.php) Dental Problems in Young Horses. by Dr Oliver Liyou BVSc (Hons) MACVSc Equine Veterinary & Dental Services Grafton NSW Published in Australian Stock Horse...
  8. December 30, 2016. Dental Disorders of Horses: Digestive Disorders of Horses... (http://www.merckvetmanual.com/pethealth/horse_disor ders_and_diseases/digestive_disorders_of_horses/den tal_disorders_of_horses.html) Equine Dental Issues. A few of the most commonly occuring equine dental issues are detailed below.
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  10. January 1, 2017. Equine Dental Specialty - AVDC (http://www.avdc.org/Brief_History_Equine_Dentistry. pdf) Telling a horse's age by its teeth is not 100% accurate, but it will give you an approximate range if you don't know the horse's actual date of birth.
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  12. January 7, 2017. Wolf Teeth in Horses - Article - Equine Veterinary and... (http://evds.net.au/article_wolf_teeth.php) November 2007 AG/Equine/2007-06pr Aging Horses by Their Teeth Dr. Patricia A. Evans, Assistant Professor and Extension Equine Specialist, Utah State...
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  14. January 12, 2017. Dental Problems - Equine Dental Services (http://equinedentalservices.org/equine-dental-probl ems.html) Horses and zebras are obligate herbivores. They represent two surviving twigs from a luxuriant bush of equid evolutionary history. Studying the teeth of ancestral...
  15. December 31, 2016. Equine Teeth Problems - Fisher Equine Dentistry New River... (http://fisherequinedentistry.com/equine-dentistry/e quine-teeth-problems/) Equine Dental Care and Basic Horse Teeth Problems The teeth of your horse grow continuously and it is therefore not surprising that they are a likely...
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  17. January 5, 2017. Back to Basics: Equine Dental Terminology and Anatomy... (http://www.thehorse.com/articles/31516/back-to-basi cs-equine-dental-terminology-and-anatomy) By Rob Arnott, DVM. Horses have been around for many, many years. Some experts have determined from fossil evidence that horses have existed for over 55 million years.
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  19. January 9, 2017. Inside the horse's mouth - all about equine teeth... (http://www.horsetalk.co.nz/2014/10/01/inside-horses -mouth/) horses until they have all of their permanent teeth at permanent teeth have erupted and are in wear. incisors erupt by 8 weeks (Figure 3) and the corner
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  21. January 2, 2017. Young Horses - Article - Equine Veterinary and Dental... (http://evds.net.au/article_young_horses.php) Learn about Dental Disorders of Horses symptoms, diagnosis and treatment in the Merck Pet Manual. Vet and Human Health versions too!
  22. January 13, 2017. horse teeth - American Association of Equine Practitioners (http://www.aaep.org/info/horse-health?publication=7 28) The horses teeth can be divided into two main categories; The incisors at the front which nip and tear the grass. The pre-molars and molars which then grind the food...
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  24. January 14, 2017. Equine Tooth Problems & Dental Care - KBR Horse (http://www.kbrhorse.net/hea/float.html) By Manuel G. Himenes Jr., DVM. Horses have a unique dental structure. Their teeth are divided into two major sections: the incisors, which are the teeth seen in the...
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  26. January 16, 2017. Horse teeth - Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_teeth) Horse teeth continue to grow for the life of the horse. Because of this continual growth it is necessary that horses receive regular dental care with a procedure...
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  28. January 10, 2017. Determining Age of Horses by Their Teeth (http://horses-arizona.com/pages/articles/teeth.html) Equine dentistry is the practice of dentistry in horses, involving the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral...
  29. January 4, 2017. Common Signs of Dental Problems in Horses | Horse Journals (https://www.horsejournals.com/equine-dental-problem s) Dental Problems in Young Horses. by Dr Oliver Liyou BVSc (Hons) MACVSc Equine Veterinary & Dental Services Grafton NSW Published in Australian Stock Horse...

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  31. January 15, 2017. Equine Dentition - University of Nevada, Reno (http://www.unce.unr.edu/publications/files/ag/2000/ sp0008.pdf) An introduction to equine dental care and tooth problems.

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