A fractured premolar and intact molar both effected by periodontal disease resulting in necessary extraction. Thanks again to Macedon Ranges Equine Vets for their attendance.
A little time off over Christmas and it was straight back into it last week. It’s nice to be back tracking around the countryside treating horses. Today saw the removal of this premolar in dear little spunky. What stoic animals
A great article by Innovative Hoof Care Australia. One size does not fit all. http://www.innovativehoofcare.com.au/blog/2016/9/22/hoof-care-paradigms
What a huge week it’s been. Bright has handled everything like an absolute champion, although he was definitely tired and ready to be out in the paddock again tonight. Although we didn’t place he definitely won the bidders hearts and
There are a lot of theories based around the management of horses during the ages of permanent tooth eruption (2.5yo-4.5yo). Many people underestimate the importance of regular dental visits, often having the view that ‘nature will take its course’. The
It’s always a pleasure attending to the Bundoora Park Rda horses. RDA Victoria is a fantastic organisation that allows young people with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy horses the way we do. The Bundoora site would like to have more
Back into the full swing of things this week. Dental treatments, extractions and trimming.
After a big day of 20 horses it’s time to put the feet up, even basil is tired. Spring is officially upon us! Given the lovely wet winter we have had laminitis is already rearing its ugly head, so be
I had the opportunity to talk with Fiona and Glen from the Horse Radio Network about the Australian Brumby Challenge, bright and licensing of Equine dentistry here in Australia. Click on the ‘listen’ icon at the bottom of the page.
There was no other option but extraction for this severely decayed incisor. Thank you to Olivia from Macedon Equine Vets for attending and providing sedation and pain relief. Undoubtedly this horse will be feeling better without this tooth.