Sometimes horse owners struggle to resolve chronic health or behavior issues with little success. Oftentimes the root cause is a dental condition that might easily be remedied. Some common indicators an owner can look for are:


  • Weight loss
  • Poor coat
  • Dropping feed while eating
  • Recurring colic
  • Whole grain and long stems in manure
  • Head tilting or turning while eating or riding
  • Trouble bridling or bitting
  • Playing with or chewing the bit
  • Rearing
  • Head shyness
  • Hard to turn or stop
  • Foul odor from the mouth
  • Nasal discharge
  • Swelling of the face or jaw
  • Traces of blood in the mouth

Signs of Problems

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