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Wolf teeth are remnant teeth left over from 'thirty to sixty' million years ago when they were functional. They commonly erupt in front of the first upper and lower cheek teeth at around six to eight months.
Wolf teeth can interfere with the bit and cause discomfort and pain creating bitting problems, in these cases it's recommended to have them removed by a vet or equine dental technician who has passed a Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) approved exam.
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