ask yourself... would I ride this horse? Now ask yourself, how do I know I'm not! Detailed dental examinations are the best way to protect yoir horses from harm. Www.EquineDentalVets.com
When people make negative comments about vets not learning enough about equine dentistry they are usually poorly informed and articles like this one are fantastic for highlighting the truth and helping to spread useful information. Great work by Dr Darlene Donszelmann and the team at University of a Calgary http://www.ucalgary.ca/utoday/issue/2017-09-19/vet-med-learning-program-delivers-much-needed-dental-care-summer-camp-horses?utm_source=UToday&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=September-19-2017&utm_term=Vet%20med%20learning%20program%20delivers%20much-needed%20dental%20care%20to%20summer%20camp%20horses
Edv Members are proud of Education, their own and that which they provide to others Www.EquineDentalVets.com A world of knowledge at your fingertips
Like to help your horse be rideable thru their 30's? Yes? Ever had a Sore, Cranky or Lame horse? Yes? Biting or pinning ears while being saddled? Yes? Reluctant to being caught? Or hard to bridle? We all have if you've been into horses for a long time. What creates this? Did you know your horse should be rideable into their 30's? Perform into their 20's! This is information like you have never seen before! Please watch and share about what is really going on inside your horse. AND what you can do about it. Every horse I've seen has 1st rib tweaked by 7 months of age. And this starts the high/low syndrome in front hooves. And most bodywork professionals do not know how to release it! This causes our training and behavioral issues as well as saddle fit issues. https://youtu.be/9hJ8xxqwHQY We are looking for barns wanting to host a 3 day clinic. https://youtu.be/CpXq04194Do
What can b done about these black marks. So far they r not through the enamel & r fairly smooth yet. Mare is 10. I like to fix this b4 it is a big problem. Thanks.
Here is a good example of a very common dental problem that believe it or not is often missed for years or even decades leading to much suffering for affected horses. Dental vets have the training and the knowledge to identify and deal with issues just like this one. https://www.facebook.com/289201557833692/photos/pcb.1407293732691130/1407293559357814/?type=3&theater
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More updates from the charity event Presents4ponies, this time RDA Melton's " Bubblegum " who enjoyed his carrots before undergoing a donated surgery to remove a sore tooth Carried out by Dr Shannon Lee of Advanced Equine Dentistry #Presents4ponies #EDV #horsevets #Ponies
Meet Gizmo ( and Emma ) Gizmo was recently rescued by Brightside farm sanctuary in Tasmania and is seen here enjoying delicious carrots supplied by Dr Susan Peden of Hobart Equine Practice as part of EDVs annual charity to help worthy horses and ponies Presents4ponies. Dr Peden also took the time to check on Gizmos teeth and rectify quite a few problems ( So in future Gizmo will not only love carrots, but be happier and healthier eating them ) great work Dr Peden. #edv #P4p #Presents4ponies
Dr Oliver Liyou kicks off Presents4Ponies with this fun effort https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1388800497873787&id=289201557833692 #edv #presents4ponies #Aug1 #horsesbirthday #horses
Our member vets just can't get enough of dentistry... Wether big or small our members are interested in them all SO why not get them interested in your horses mouth? Www.EquineDentalVets.com Real vets who REALLY care
August is not only the horses birthday it's also time for this excellent charity event 😍
Our members face each and kind of dental case daily, dental disease is not only complex its very common. Luckily we provide a network of veterinary professionals able to work as a team to solve and resolve dental issues from small to well. Massive Www.equinedentalvets.com your home of help
Busy? tired of endless google searches or trolling youtube looking fir help with horse health questions? Ever wondered where you can find free horse health videos that provide accurate reliable veterinary advice? Www.EDVtv.com
Continual and never ending improvement ... That's what it's all about. Why not see for yourself when you visit us at www.EquineDentalVets.com
Each month EDV members and other allied veterinary professionals produce detailed horse health articles. Have You viewed the extensive library at http://equinedentalvets.com/articles?pg=3 wether you are an EDV member or a horse lover why not share this post share the <3 share the help share the health :)
Can someone help me - trying to locate a list of EDV in Europe (the netherlands) for a friend of mine and neither she or I can do a successful search here or on the standard website - anyone suggest anything?
Here's a question for you all, do you think that ulcers in the mouthes of horses hurt? There's a second part to the question, do you think horses with ulcers like these are likely to show outward signs of a problem? www.EquineDentalVets.com
At www.EDvtv.com you will find our dedicated horse health video website. Here you can access a library of free horse health videos on a Wide range of topics. Next months video comes from Dr Luke Wells Smith and looks at the common and often challenging condition of Laminitis. Want a more in depth look? Then grab a copy of Horses and People magazine for the article.
What if there was a place to find a wide variety of detailed horse health articles written by veterinary experts? Thanks to Equine Dental Vets and Horses and People Magazine there is. You can read a new article ( or watch the video ) each month in horses and people or by visiting http://equinedentalvets.com/articles
This is a simple example of why each and every horse, and each and every dental examination, requires careful examination of the entire mouth. And why tools such as a bright light and a dental mirror are essential to achieving this Www.EquineDentalVets.com
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As you can see one of these teeth does not look like the others. This dark area indicates an exposed pulp, that means that the cells lining the tube through which the nerve and blood supply of the tooth run, have been damaged. Because the damaged cells can no longer produce a protective layer, as the horse chews any remaining protection is worn away. Once the pulp ( nerve and blood supply ) is exposed good and bacteria enter the tooths centre usually leading to painful tooth root infection. Whilst the nerve is still alive it is also exposed to direct contact with the atmosphere which causes pain This is a common condition affecting the teeth of your horses and it is important to seek professional advice Www.equinedentalvets.com
Got an itch you just can't stop scratching? Imagine how your horse must feel when they are in the same position. With changes in the seasons comes changes In the environment in which your horses live. This can be one important factor in the many skin conditions affecting horses, donkeys and ponies of all shapes and sizes. This link provides you with a good overview of skin conditions in the horse ~ what they are ~ why they occur ~ where to find help http://edvtv.com/tv/skin-conditions-in-horses?
Having a dental chart for each horse is very important. our Members have access to digital dental charts making delivering your charts even easier
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