Jen is a recent graduate of the American School of Equine Dentistry and a member of the International Association of Equine Dentistry. Under the guidance of qualified instructors at the school, she has learned to bring comfort and balance back to the horse's mouth. A speculum and hand floats will be used unless other instruments are needed. Your horse will be given plenty of breaks once the speculum is in use; this will give them a physical break as well as a mental break to insure a better experience. Your horse's comfort and safety is always a priority. Jen strives to work on your horse un-sedated when possible, but in some cases sedation is unavoidable. So with the help of your vet to provide (and or administer) the sedative, the job is easily done while keeping your horse safe and calm.
Sweet Retreat Equine Dentistry is available for Evening and Weekend Appointments.
Basic Maintenance Float - $65
This includes (if needed): Removal of minor hooks and or ramps, minor incisor work, removal of sharp enamel points, reduction/buffing of canines (if present) and any other minor corrections as needed.
Jen will travel outside of the service area, but a farm call fee may apply. Please inquire about your situation as discounts are available.