The Equine Practice Rounds™ Vol 1 Issue 1

February 2016 Contents:

  • U.F.R.D. (Upper Fronts Recently Done)
  • Preserving Horsemanship Dentistry
  • BarnPics™
  • William and Holli – Learning To Trust Your Gut
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  1. Great article. I have 4 horses and seeing them get drugged up and flighty bothers me greatly. But un-fourtunately, there is no one in our area that performs your method.

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  2. Doc T. I just wanted to say thank you again for taking the time to stop by and treat my two horses this past month. It was both a relief and a learning experience for me AND my horses. They are used to being tied down and/or druged half to death to have work done on their teeth. You made it so quick and easy. If you will please keep us in your records and come back when you are in this area and check them out. I’ve told all my friends about you and they can’t understand how it is possible to do what you do. For me, you have turned an ordeal that I despied going thru into an experience that I look forward to when it is again time to perform.. Once again, thank you so much.

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      Thank you so much. It is a team effort at The Equine Practice and what I do is a reflection of all here. We are grateful you took the time to send us your kind words. Doc T

I look forward to reading your comment! Doc T