Solving dental Problems and Improving Health, Comfort and Performance
It has become evident that the health of the horse’s mouth is of the utmost importance.
Now, you can examine this vital but little-seen world by yourself.
This authoritative book offers an excellent, full-color guided tour of the equine oral cavity, leaving you with a better understanding of the anatomy and mechanics of the mouth, and a thorough education on its proper maintenance so as best to ensure a pleasurable, healthy, and long life for your horse
This book offers a full-colour tour of the equine mouth, giving you a better understanding of the anatomy and mechanics of the mouth.
Good oral health is of the upmost importance for general well-being of the horse. This detailed book covers the basic anatomy; stages of development; the horses age; common disorders and injuries – how to identify, treat and prevent them; dental treatment, and correct bit fitting.
About the Author: Chris Hannes competed in several horse disciplines—dressage, jumping, and cross-country—as a child. He graduated as a veterinarian in 1989 and spent a year of specialized study in animal medicine service surgery. He practiced in a group animal practice until 2005 when he resigned and started his own independent practice specializing solely in dentistry for horses. Review “It knocks home the importance of good dental care for the horse. With first class photographs and diagrams this is a must for all horse owners and one I shall be recommending to all my students.” —The British Horse “From beginning to end, the book gives a well-rounded overview of everything a horse owner would need to know about the equine mouth and teeth. You owe it to your horse to read up on this subject.” —The Horsemen’s Yankee Pedlar “This authoritative book offers an excellent, full-color guide tour of the equine oral cavity, leaving you with a better understanding of the anatomy and mechanics of the mouth, healthy, and long life for your horse.” —
Book Title: Caring for the Horse’s Teeth and Mouth
Publisher: Half Halt Press
Author: Chris Hannes