Wolves-Teeth, in farriery, frequently occur in old horses, when the upper bones of the mouth considerably project over the lower ones : thus, the almost only inconvenience resulting from this circumstance is, that the points of the teeth prick, and lacerate, either the tongue or gums, and thus distress the animal when feeding. - In order to remedy such defect, the superfluous prominences, or unequal points of the teeth, may be filed down; by which simple expedient, these useful bones will be reduced to their natural size.