Did You Know – Dentistry Leads to Lots of Improvements!

Dr-FisherMore than 5 out of 10 domesticated horses have teeth problems which interfere with riding, training, behavior, feeding, comfort, or health.

Dentistry often leads to improved performance, behavior, feeding, condition and comfort within weeks. Early recognition and correction of developing problems is a huge advantage to the horse and to the owner.

I am a member of the AVMA and the International Association of Equine Dentistry ( IAED) and the American Association of Equine Practitioners ( AAEP) and I am licensed to practice veterinary medicine and dentistry in Arizona and Montana.

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