Did you know horses need to have their teeth floated every year? Floating a horse's teeth means to file or rasp their teeth to make the chewing surfaces relatively flat or smooth.
If a horse's teeth do not have a flat surface to properly chew food their process of digestion is greatly hindered. This can result in weight loss from the mild to the dramatic and poor absorption of nutrients.
Oddly enough in a species like the horse where a flat chewing surface is so important, horses are prone to develop uneven chewing surfaces.
To float one horses teeth costs $130 for the herd is $1,430. Please consider a one time donation of $130 to cover one horse or with 4 monthly donors the whole herd can be covered with your $30 monthly donation.