Posted - 24 May 2011 : 7:12:02 PM . I thought the farrier was wrong. Only about 20% of mares have canine teeth, they shouldnt interfere with the bit or anything and dont typically have to be removed. There are no "baby tooth" or deciduous versions of wolf teeth. It sounds like you are talking about these teeth. Canine Teeth: Canine teeth are large and tusk-like in form. Canine teeth in mares New Topic Reply to Topic Printer Friendly: Author: Topic : Tweet. I've never heard that before and all the research I've done. Canine teeth have very little function today. Learnt something interesting on saturday while Milly had the dentist. The canines are not to be confused with wolf teeth as wolf teeth are positioned just in front of the premolar arcades. var _nwls=[];if(window.jQuery&&window.jQuery.find){_nwls=jQuery.find(".fw_link_newWindow");}else{if(document.getElementsByClassName){_nwls=document.getElementsByClassName("fw_link_newWindow");}else{if(document.querySelectorAll){_nwls=document.querySelectorAll(".fw_link_newWindow");}else{document.write('<\/scr'+'ipt>');if(window.Sizzle){_nwls=Sizzle(".fw_link_newWindow");}}}}var numlinks=_nwls.length;for(var i=0;i