The frequency of floating a horse is variable and is related to the individual horse. Often, we think of prevention on a mechanical device, like how often do you change oil in a car’s engine.
A horse is a living being and not a machine. It is the threshold of pain that determines how frequently you need to float. In other words, how they perceive the sharp points against their cheeks and tongue. It is also the hardness of the enamel and the number of chews in a day / month / year that also determine how fast they become sharp.
Be sure to tune in to find out what other factors influence when is the right time to float. Hosted by Geoff Tucker, DVM (Doc T)