Free Ask the Vet LIVE Q&A: Equine Dental Care

Recent extreme winter weather across the United States raises an important question--can your horse eat enough to stay warm? If he has dental problems, the answer might just be no. What dental problems commonly affect a horse's ability to eat comfortably, and how can they be prevented and treated? What kind of routine dental care should horses receive? Find out during our free Ask the Vet LIVE online Q&A chat about Equine Dental Care on Thursday, Feb. 24, from 8-9 p.m. Eastern U.S. time.

Register now for the Equine Dental Care event!

When you register for this event, you'll be able to send in your questions ahead of time. You can also ask questions during the live event on Feb. 24. This free live chat event is brought to you by the book Understanding Equine Preventive Medicine, available at

* Space is limited, so reserve your seat now!

Our on-call panelists for this event will include:

Mary DeLorey, DVM Mary DeLorey, DVM, owner of Northwest Equine Dentistry, Inc., an equine dentistry exclusive practice serving Washington and Idaho with state-of-the-art care since 2001. DeLorey is an international speaker, instructing veterinarians and horse owners on proper dental care for horses. She has written numerous articles for horse interest publications and has been published in scientific journals and textbooks.

Erin Denney-Jones, DVM Erin Denney-Jones, DVM, owner of Florida Equine Veterinary Services in Clermont, Fla., and moderator of the Florida Equine Veterinary Services Annual Horse Owner Seminar. She participated as a member of the Sports Medicine Committee for the American Association of Equine Practitioners and was Chairperson of the organization's Owner Education Committee as well. Her interests and practice areas include chiropractic care, sport horse medicine, reproduction, general medicine and surgery, and preventive care including wellness programs, vaccinations, parasite control, and dentistry.

We hope you can join us on Feb. 24 for this event! Reserve your Webinar seat now!

Disclaimer: Seek the advice of a qualified veterinarian before proceeding with any diagnosis, treatment, or therapy.