Routine dental maintenance can help resolve the following conditions:

  • Lack of condition
  • Quidding
  • Change in performance
  • Weight loss
  • Excessive salivation or drooling
  • Bumps or swellings
  • The chewing of doors or fencing
  • Rearing
  • Bad breath from either the mouth or nostrils
  • Head throwing while being ridden
  • Stiffness on one rein
  • Head tilting
  • Choking
  • Abnormal carriage of the tongue
  • Bad general attitude
  • Discharge from the eyes or nostrils
  • Fistulous discharge from the jaw or face

I offer a calm and professional service with any patient and any work I undertake includes a thorough head examination externally and internally and mouth examination checking balance, dental disease, abnormal wear and general dental symmetry.

Some of the services I offer may on occasion require the horse to be sedated by a vet, please contact me for more information.

Horse Facts


In the wild horses would naturally spend 16-18 hours a day grazing and would even travel upto 20 miles per day to find enough food!

Long in the tooth...

Horses' teeth are often used to estimate the animal's age, hence the saying 'long in the tooth'.

Bit in the teeth?

Contrary to popular belief, the bit of a bridle is not held between the horse's teeth, but instead lies in the "interdental space." This space lacks teeth, providing an ideal area for the bit to rest without forcing the jaws open.