Do you know what is in your horse’s mouth?

TEETH and a lot of them. A horse’s teeth grow 1/8 of an inch each year of their lives.  If they don’t have perfect occlusion, the unmatched edges form sharp points.  These sharp points lacerate the horse’s tongue and cheeks. If the teeth are not floated, you can imagine it becomes very uncomfortable for the horse. I’m incredibly lucky to …

An evening with Temple Grandin

I’ve always said that if Dr. Grandin was speaking anywhere within driving distance of me, I would have to go.  You can imagine my excitement when I saw that she was going to be speaking in Austin, Texas!  Last Saturday, I had the privilege of attending her interview at the Paramount theater with a group of my students and some of …