Horse behavior
 
Quote · 1878 days ago · 2 people like this ·
 

We have a horse that grinds her teeth. What would cause this?

Quote · 1854 days ago · 1 people like this ·
 

Could be stress or boredom if stall kept but could be something else.  Probably best to have a vet check.......good luck

Quote · 1843 days ago · 1 people like this ·
 

stress, or teeth hurt

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stress, or teeth hurt

Quote · 1789 days ago · 1 people like this ·
 

I would have thought of possible ulcers. Feeding and handful of raw, shredded cabbage would help with that. :) 

Quote · 1457 days ago · 0 people like this ·
 

Yup, ulcers would be my first thought.  Is the horse also sometimes cinchy, irritable, mild colic symptoms?  Is the horse stalled, in training, or limited access to feed?

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