One thing about health is caring for horses. Something about caring is dental care. You have to know whether a horse's teeth are deciduous or permanent. Horses lose their deciduous teeth (baby teeth) like humans do. After that permanent teeth will grow. The permanent teeth have a smooth tapering shape.
For a horse to have a healthy and strong body you have to avoid the poisonous plants such as ragwort, deadly nightshade, certain kinds of acorns, yew, and bracken. The horses should eat hay and water. Other foods that are edible for the horses are roots and fruits, such as carrots and apples. The horses should eat 14 to 28 pounds of food, depending on their height. If you take good care of your horse, then they can grow up to be magnificent creatures.
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