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The modern horse is under increasing strain, especially a sports horse.
 
The domestic horse was originally created to continually move and to graze hard steppe grass for about 18 hours a day, but is now kept primarily in stables and is fed soft grass, hay, feed pellets and cereals. Teeth and anatomy are thus not evenly worn, which often leads to problems.
 
If the horse`s mouth is not in balance, the jaw is under much strain. This strain can be the cause of up to 40% of riding problems. The horse tries to counteract the pain in its jaw through its body, resulting in tense muscles and blockages in the vertebrae.
 
Our main focus is in horse dentistry and horse chiropractic.
Learn more about these subjects on the following sides and contact us at:
 
 
Dr. Ralf Kirchner Dr. Ralf Kirchner
Equine dental technician (IGFP)
Birkenweg 2
26901 Rastdorf
GERMANY
Tel. +49 1 71 - 74 37 538
kirchner@equidental.net
Focus:
Equine Dentistry

 
 
Peter Eylers Peter Eylers
Equine dental technician (IGFP)
Dorfkamp 8
26197 Großenkneten/ Sage
GERMANY
Tel. +49 1 71 - 75 85 025
eylers@equidental.net
Focus:
Equine Dentistry
Chiropractic