Where are we at with Hendra Virus these days?

With the vaccine now in its 7th year of use, the hype about how horrible and dangerous the vaccine is seems to have settled down. There is a class action…

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Are you getting value from your  Equine Dental Service Provider?

Value for money is one of the key parts of choosing any product or service, but equine dentistry is a complex service. How do you, the horse owner or trainer, decide on whether you are getting value or not from your service provider? In this article, we show you how you can cut through the cloud of uncertainty and calculate what you should be paying for quality equine dentistry, and what you should be getting for your money!

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Is Sedation Necessary?

Today's "state of the art" equine dentistry requires sedation to safely and effectively perform the in-depth, complete examination of the teeth and oral cavity and the treatments necessary for maximum…

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Some Indications of Equine Dental Problems

Some symptoms that can alert you to dental problems in your horse are: loss of feed from the mouth while eating slowness of eating head tossing with or without contact …

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Preventic colic

Colic is a word that strikes fear into the heart of any horse owner. And rightly so, as it remains the number one killer of horses today. Virtually any horse…

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Equine Dentistry - Some Basic Anatomy and Physiology

Horse's teeth are known as hypsodont teeth - which means they have long crowns. These long crowns continue to be worn down, with the horse chewing approximately 60 chews per…

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