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Just a few short clips of how I handle horses during treatment, I have the headcollar around the neck, work with the horse and try to get them to relax as much as possible, sometimes easier said than done!

I ALWAYS HOLD THE GAG WHEN HOLDING THE TONGUE SO IT IS NOT STRAINED WHEN THE HORSE MOVES

THE HORSES USUALLY LIFT THEIR HEADS DURING TREATMENT AND ARE NOT FORCED INTO ANY ONE POSITION

I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT WOLF TEETH SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM BITTED HORSES

THIS HORSE WAS HEAD SHY BEFORE TREATMENT AND IT'S TEETH WERE NOT PARTICULARLY SHARP BUT STILL RESULTED IN A LARGE INFECTED ULCER

THIS WAS FOUND IN PLUMP 12 YEAR OLD QUIET RIDING SCHOOL PONY HIS CHEEK WAS SEVERELY ULCERATED AND THE CORESPONDING GAP BELOW THE STEP WAS INFECTED DUE TO POCKETING OF TRAPPED FEED

AFTER TREATMENT

EXTRA LARGE TEETH, THIS HORSE WAS A REALLY GOOD DOOER!

SCOOBY DEMONSTRATING EQUINE DENTISTRY AT EGTON SHOW 2010