Your horses teeth are as important as ours! Sharp edges can affect how your horse tolerates and responds to the bit and in severe cases can affect eating and cause weight loss.
We would recommend checking your horses teeth at least once a year and more often if you suspect a problem. Each horse is slightly different but Kevin and Thomas will be able to advise you on how often your horse will, probably, require dental work.
As qualified veterinary surgeons we are able to sedate your horse, if required, and provide pain relief and antibiotics where necessary.
We are equipped with power (electric) floats as well as the more traditional hand rasps. As well as routine and corrective dentistry we also remove wolf teeth at your yard or stables, or if you prefer, sedate horses for your EDT.