I met a racehorse trainer and I told him how my colt has been cranky and irritable with me for the last month. He put his hand inside Zum’s mouth and found sharp wolf teeth. He explained that the two sharp wolf teeth coming out on each side of the back of Zum’s mouth could be why he is so unhappy. I called my horse dentist and he came over to look at Zum’s teeth. He felt the teeth in the back of Zum’s mouth and agreed with the racehorse trainer. So now Zum needs to have his wolf teeth extracted. In a way, it is a relief to know that Zum is not angry with me at all. He is teething and his mouth hurts!