So when should you get your pet fixed? That's a simple question with a not-so-simple answer. The reality is that your pet will need to be placed under anesthesia in order for the procedure to be completed
Not a disease of healthy adult horses, equine viral arteritis (EVA) can cause an abortion storm in a herd's pregnant mares and can be fatal to young foals if preventive steps against infection are not taken.
Your pet's dental cleaning really isn't all that different from yours. We use cleaning tools that are very similar to the ones in your dentist's office, just sized appropriately for pet mouths and modified to properly clean the different surfaces of your pet's teeth.
In horses, as in most other mammals, good dental care wards off a host of other health issues that can arise due to poor mouth health. It's not just about caring for the teeth. Quality dental care helps ensure your horse's health is protected.
You know about cavities, root canals and crowns, but what does that have to do with your pet's teeth? Quite a bit, actually, since pet teeth are susceptible to many of the same issues as your teeth.