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Equine Dentistry Without Drama™ describes our practice of equine dentistry. I am a veterinarian and employ 2 other equine dentists. We travel almost anywhere to show that horsemanship can and should be the foundation of equine dentistry.

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Equine Dentistry Traveling 105 Nights A Year REVISITED

A year or two ago I wrote this blog numbering the nights I spent in a hotel serving horse owners. It is not the end of August, 2010 yet and I have already exceeded this number. I am guessing that I will visit a Marriott hotel about 150 times this year.

September 11, 2001 - New London, CT - A beautiful…

Posted on August 23, 2010 at 6:31pm

Equine Dentistry And The Importance Of The Tongue (Again)

Some interesting cases this past week all involving old horses having difficulty chewing hay and grain and loosing weight. They were all great examples of pain as it relates to the ability for the tongue to freely move within the mouth.

A review of…

Posted on June 14, 2010 at 7:30pm

My Day With A Real Dentist- Equine Dentistry Without Drama™

Today I spent a few hours with a real dentist. Wow! Actually, I was in the easy seat while my wife sat in the hot seat. My wife is the sweetest gal in the world …… until she goes to the dentist.

We had been assured that this guy was good with patients like my wife. And I must admit, he was great! While he examined her, I watched and learned.

As you know, I still live in the dark ages as far as equine dentistry goes. The new dentists drug every horse, jack the mouth open with… Continue

Posted on May 26, 2010 at 7:30pm

Equine Dentistry And The Threshold Of Pain

Have you noticed that some horses are wimps with a low or nonexistent threshold for pain while others seem to tolerate all sorts of pain. This seems to be reasonable because if I placed a pebble in your shoe and an identical pebble in your friend's shoe then sent you both running, one of you would stop and cry while the other would continue to run.…


Posted on May 19, 2010 at 5:54pm

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At 7:49pm on February 14, 2010, Jessica Eile Keith said…
Oops, maybe I should clarify, no equines only plants experienced sudden deaths.
At 7:47pm on February 14, 2010, Jessica Eile Keith said…
Hi there, it is unpleasantly chilly here as well! Had to take care of a lot of sudden deaths in the yard today.

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