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Equine Digestive Tract Structure and Function

Hello readers! Just want to let you know what our equine dentist told us about our horse's teeth during our yearly dental exam. Dr. DeLuna told us that our horse's teeth, particularly our older horse Benny who is about 25 years old now, were in the best shape they have ever been in! Fantastic news! Although I could find no studies on slow feeding and benefits for horses teeth, we can only think that our healthy horse slow feeders are the reason for the improvement. All that chewing action and continuous wearing down that mimics horses in the wild. Here is the link to Dr. DeLuna's website so you can read for yourself all the great information about horse dentistry.DeLuna Equine Veterinary Services: Looking your Gifted Horse in the Mouth


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