- Jan 9, 2005
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- NE Montana
Nugget has a slight parrot mouth, which tends to cause a ramp at the back of the mouth. But he said floating once a year is enough to keep it maintained.
Even though this vet is far away, I will probably go back. He loves horses and is building an equine hospital.
He said both of my horses are too fat. I will put them in the dry corral for a few hours a day.
Anytime it's winter and someone says a horse, especially a mini, is too fat, I just have to ask... Did the vet lay his hands on them and feel through their coats? Feel their spine, hips and ribs? Many look at minis in their woolies and deem them fat, when reality could be far from it when you feel through the fluff.