As part of a recent client education series Dr. John Tolley of Bakersfield large Animal Veterinary Hospital gave a talk on equine dentistry. There was a slide presentation by the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) that went along with the talk. While the slides did enhance the talk, the information on equine dentistry is still valuable as stand alone audio. One thing I’ve learned over the years is that we pick up information a little at a time. There is a lot of info contained in this talk to enhance your knowledge of what is going on in your horse’s mouth. The basics are covered. Equine dentistry can be confusing, but Dr. Tolley offers very clear explanations of teeth growth, problems, and preventive measures. Dr. Tolley also describes signs you can look for to know if your horse is in need of equine dentistry.
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