Symptoms of dental

problems

Regular dental care is just as important for your animals as it is for you! It is always best for your horse if you schedule regular dental exams and procedures. Schedule an appointment immediately if you note any of the following symptoms: foul breath head tossing, head shyness poor condition, dull coat failure to take lead or bit difficulty when being ridden or driven pulling the head to one side while being driven or ridden weight loss loss of performance dropping grain from the mouth reluctance to eat large particles of hay/feed in stool eating larger amounts of grain without accompanying weight gain quidding facial swelling or deformity colic or throat impaction frothing/excessive salivation nose bleed or respiratory problems caused by swelling in nasal tract or sinuses draining abscess from the jaw
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Northeast Texas Veterinary Dental Center

8414 Wesley Street Greenville, TX 75402 903-454-1563 info@crossroadsvetclinic.com
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Symptoms of

dental

problems

Regular dental care is just as important for your animals as it is for you! It is always best for your horse if you schedule regular dental exams and procedures. Schedule an appointment immediately if you note any of the following symptoms: foul breath head tossing, head shyness poor condition, dull coat failure to take lead or bit difficulty when being ridden or driven pulling the head to one side while being driven or ridden weight loss loss of performance dropping grain from the mouth reluctance to eat large particles of hay/feed in stool eating larger amounts of grain without accompanying weight gain quidding facial swelling or deformity colic or throat impaction frothing/excessive salivation nose bleed or respiratory problems caused by swelling in nasal tract or sinuses draining abscess from the jaw

Northeast Texas Veterinary

Dental Center

8414 Wesley Street Greenville, TX 75402 903.454-1563 info@crossroadsvetclinic.com Appointments:    9 a.m.– 5 p.m. Monday-Friday Open for animal drop-off    at 7:30 a.m.