Sympathetic dental care for every equine, from routine rasping for field companions to performance floating for competition horses.

Harriet Franklin graduated from Hartpury College, which is part of The University of the West of England, gaining a 2:1 in BSc (Hons) Equine Dental Science. The three year degree course allowed Harriet to study and understand the equine in great depth from the horses over all anatomy to specifics in head and dental anatomy and physiology.

Harriet has both hand rasps and battery powered (no mains electricity required) motorised equipment, ensuring that noise is kept to a minimum. This helps make the experience as stress free as possible for both horse and owner.

Every equine should have dental treatment, from field companions to guarantee they are making the most of their food, to competition horses which need to be as comfortable as possible for optimum performance.


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