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Equine dentistry is a continually evolving area of equine veterinary medicine and we promote routine preventative dental care as a vital part of welfare. Dental disease in older horses is more common, and we therefore recommend more frequent dental check-ups.
Kissing Spines – could your horse be suffering in silence? What are kissing spines? The horse is often suffering due to chronic pain associated with the dorsal spinous processes of the thoracic spine. This is usually because the bony processes are close together, often rubbing together and sometimes overriding one another. This causes pain due […]