Your E-mail:
Get the latest news, tips and
free advice every month
Do you ride alone or with other people?
Horse Breeds at Report Abuse

We want your experience on HorseChannel to be fun and safe. If you see any entries in the photo gallery or horse profiles that are offensive or obvious attempts at advertising, please submit the information below.

Date:4/21/2014 9:13:17 AM
* Your email address:   
Comment being reported:

Not so mini teeth

This seemed the logical place to proceed after mini bites. Miniature horses would naturally have small hooves, small appetites, right? Right. Small teeth? Not right. Strange as it may seem miniature horses' teeth are almost the same size as their larger counterparts. This may explain one of the reasons why minis often live longer.

A horse's tooth is unlike most (if not all) other creatures. It is not attached to the bone and contrary to a common misconception it does not continuously grow. Rather it works itself out of the gum socket gradually over the course of the horse's lifetime. In most cases literally as without teeth they starve to death.

When the horse eats it grinds its teeth wearing them down. The more wear and tear on the tooth the sooner it wears out. Since mini horse eat so much less but have almost the same size teeth they don't wear out as quickly!

Today is featured Pippin's most popular YouTube video: Pippin's Love

http://w m/wat ch?v= 8mG rwlzG vmg

(Don't forget to remove the spaces.)

Again thank you so much for your support. I'm sorry but tonight I have to do pure cut and paste. I have a long night ahead of me and I wanted to get my blogging done before that. Leaving a vote of appreciation and silent votes for your other pages if you have them.
* Reason why this is being reported: 

Top Products