horse teeth

The Basics of Horse Teeth Horses, like the vast majority of mammals, have two sets of teeth. The first set of teeth is present when they are born or come in within a few weeks of birth. These are called baby or milk teeth. These teeth fall out when the horse is between two and five years old and the adult teeth come in. A horse's adult teeth are different from human's because, like many grazing mammals, the teeth continue to grow until they are 25 or 30 years old. Horses have canines, incisors, molars and a type of tooth called a wolf tooth. Wolf teeth are typically removed when the horse is...