Qualified Equine Dental Technician
Hi Kathryn......... Just to say a big thank you for doing such a lovely job with Darcy & Harvey. Will see you again in 6 months for Darcy, and also little Tom (miniature Shetland).
Thank you so much for looking after my horse's teeth. Even though Charlie's teeth had been seen by a vet and an equine dentist you were the first person to tell me he had a wolf tooth and since it was removed he has been a different horse. He used to be stiff in his neck and hold his head to one side, now his dressage marks are up in the 8s. Also the difference in my other horse has been remarkable, no more stopping and reluctance to shorten when jumping. When you were working I felt reassured by your quiet competence and professional approach and obviously my horses were impressed too as they have always needed sedation to have their teeth rasped before, even without the power tools. I expected them to react badly to the power tools but it was no problem. This winter they are keeping their weight so much better than before. I never realised how important it is to have your horse's teeth looked after regularly by a competent equine dentist before I met you. I'm looking forward to seeing you every 9 months from now on.
Dr Jill Stocks
Thank you from myself and everyone at our yard, for treating our horses & ponies today.
I'd just like to say how impressed we were with your treatment & handling of our horses and with us, the owners!
We gave you a range of equines to deal with…
An 8 year old Thoroughbred
A 5 year old cob type
A gypsy cob in his teens
A 4 year old pony that had never seen a dentist before
All were dealt with professionally, with care and attention to the rider as well as the horse.
I have already used my "pass it on" skills, so I know that you'll be coming back to our yard for another two in the near future.
Hi Kathryn - Thank you for treating Barney last week, he is eating a lot better now and hasn't been dropping his feed. Hopefully now he will start to put some weight on. Rosanne, Warrington.
Just a quick note to let you know how copper is getting on. After his treatment with the motorised dental equipment (which he accepted better than I had anticipated) copper has improved greatly, when ridden his contact is steadier and he has stopped pulling on the bit. I am really impressed with how you handled him, as he is not an easy patient. Look forward to seeing you in 6 months time.
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