Does my horse need sedating?

Most procedures that are done on a routine basis are well tolerated by horses and require no sedation. With calm handling, even the most nervous or head shy horse will accept having their teeth done.There are some procedures however, such as extracting wolf teeth or loose teeth, that will require sedation and the occasional horse that is just too nervous to accept routine rasping.

These drugs can only be prescribed and administered by a vet.  We are able to provide sedation through our own veterinary surgeon if required. This service needs to be pre-booked so please contact us to discuss.

STUART PHILPOTT
The Horse Dentist

07855 792 955
stuart@thehorsedentist.co.uk

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