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The hostess organizes at least 20 horses same site, same day and gets big discounts.
Cory Heath (Reng), DVM
Graduated from WSU Vet School in 1996.
Graduated from American School of Equine Dentistry in 2007.
It's all about horse teeth. Traveling NE, WY, SD, MT, IA, CO.
We will come to your barn. Less stress on you, less stress on your horse.
Floating is a masonry term meaning to level. In practice, it is removing points and reducing malocclusions.
If your horse has been floated recently and the teeth just need some maintenance. This includes, restraint, bit seats and typical sedation.
*Travel and additional sedation will increase the price.
This is typical for horses that are having problems. They have not been floated recently. Malocclusions like hooks or waves are expected. This is an average, each horse is different.
*Additional sedation, restraint, and travel will influence price.
Sometimes teeth need extracted. These are in addition to the float.
Wolf teeth and caps are routinely done for around $10
Expired molars may be around $25.
Molars can be complicated. Expect it to take time, and plan on $100 in addition to the price of a float.
These services are done at the time of your dental visit. No exceptions.
Lots of time savings to get vaccinations done while the horse is sedated. Prices depend on product.
Digital coggins through Global Vet Link.
Take advantage of your horse's sedation by getting that weanie washed and checking for beans
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Please send us a message or call to discuss an appointment.
I am happy to consult on emergencies, but can very rarely attend them personally.
Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 7pm