PO Box 575
557 N. Montana Ave.
Did you know a horse’s teeth continually erupt over the course of their life? Because of the dynamic nature of a horse’s mouth, their teeth should be evaluated by a veterinarian every 1-2 years to determine if a “dental float” needs to be performed. During a “float”, sharp enamel points are reduced, and malocclusions can be corrected. The mouth is also examined for other issues, including tumors, infections and other soft tissue conditions. Whether you have a geriatric horse experiencing weight loss, or a performing athlete having trouble with a bit, let our experienced veterinary team evaluate your horse to determine if they could benefit from a float. We employ powerfloat equipment, as well as traditional hand floats, and even digital radiography when needed to ensure your horses’ mouth is healthy and happy.