The logo of Thomas Püning Why is equine dental care so important?

So your horses can bite
with strength again

In the past, the wild horses’
teeth were used uniformly
due to the roughly uniform
steppe grass - the growing
equine teeth were worn
down naturally.
Today, though, modern box
stabling and feeding have a
negative effect on natural
dental hygiene.

Energy-rich and soft fodder change the
grinding processes in the horse’s mouth
and prevent uniform use of the teeth.
This causes tooth problems, such as sharp
edges, hooks and overlong incisors.
Such irregularities in the horse's mouth
cause pain, swallowing and eating problems
as well as gingival injuries. Tooth problems
frequently cause secondary diseases.
Prevention is better than cure.
Book dental care treatment for your horse
on time!
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