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Mumsnet does not check the qualifications of anyone posting here. If you're worried about the health of your horse, please speak to a vet or qualified professional.

Ah bless, little horse has had his first tooth rasp.
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Pixel · 14/10/2009 18:28

They grow up too quickly don't they?

Hope he doesn't expect the tooth fairy.

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Pixel · 14/10/2009 19:19

Ok, I admit it, I just wanted to be the 200th thread.

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MookySpinge · 15/10/2009 13:30

Awww congratulations on both these milestones!

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MookySpinge · 15/10/2009 13:30

Awww congratulations on both these milestones!

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MookySpinge · 15/10/2009 13:30

Awww congratulations on both these milestones!

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MookySpinge · 15/10/2009 13:31

Awww congratulations on both these milestones!

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MookySpinge · 15/10/2009 13:32

Yikes

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Pixel · 15/10/2009 17:20

Hi Mooky, there was me thinking "Blimey, lots of people have replied to my thread" and it was just you being daft.

Dhorse was a star. He hasn't been done before because he was teething last time the vet came and he didn't want to mess him about so we weren't at all sure what he would do. This is the horse that will barely tolerate having his face brushed and flatly refuses anything like a sponge or suncream near his head so we were a bit worried. He was great though, stood like a rock although his eyes were bulging a bit to start with! I'm a proud mummy.

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MookySpinge · 15/10/2009 17:49

Good boy!

Yes, sorry about that - combination of excessive thumb action coupled with several cracks in the screen I think

Isn't it weird what they will and won't tolerate? Mine is fab for the dentist but a crazed killer handful with the clippers.

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Pixel · 15/10/2009 17:55

LOL at crazed killer. That's what we call our cat when he leaves yet another mouse mangled on the lawn!

Oh and dsis is jealous cos her 20 yo welshie has to be sedated for the teeth thing so that makes my boy's angelic behaviour doubly satisfying hee hee.

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MookySpinge · 16/10/2009 17:10

Ha ha, good for you! Can only speak for myself but Reasons to be Smug are quite thin on the ground usually

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