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    12-06-2012, 01:39 PM
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Weanling
Michigan Equine Dentist. Best Experience, EVER!

I just had to post here, just in case any of you other Michiganders are having the same problem I was with Equine Dentists.

I had been searching for a dentist for awhile & for some reason I seemed to get the run around from most of the ones I was calling. I would leave messages & not get call backs, which I understand, you get busy & whatnot, it happens. Or I would make appointments & they would be cancelled. No joke this happened 3 times!

So, finally I posted, in desperation on a Facebook Horse Group asking for advice. A saintly horse owner, in all her infinite wisdom, recommended I try Kendall Lundstrom Equine Dentist.

After playing phone tag for a few days, I finally connected with Mr. Lundstrom's daughter, Shannon & she said she could be out the next day, if I were available.

Not only did they come out the next day AS SCHEDULED, but they were AMAZING with my horse! These guys knew EXACTLY what they were doing & there was not one moment of fear or stress for my big boy. And they talked me down, too! I was so nervous about having someone I didn't know working on him, as he is so sensitive, but he didn't balk ONCE.

These guys float without sedation, which was a big deal to me. I didn't want my boy to associate the dentist with feeling like crap from sedation. I don't know if that happens or not, but I know my dogs LOVE to go to the vet because they associate him with treats, so...

Anyhow, I'm sorry I made this so long, but I just HAD to throw it out there, because if anyone is going through what I went through to find someone to do simple maintenance on my horse's teeth, it's just plain out crazy.

And as an added bonus, Mr. Lundstrom's fee was 100% reasonable in my book, especially once I saw how good he was with my big baby.

Here's their page, for anyone who needs it: Kendall Lundstrum Inc. - Home
     
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    12-06-2012, 01:42 PM
  #2
Yearling
That's wonderful.

Animals can be strange with vets. My dogs hated it. My cat LOVES the vet, but hates regular people...and he doesn't get any sort of treat at the vet O____o weirdo.
     
    12-06-2012, 01:51 PM
  #3
Yearling
I have a problem with distance. This is why I just have my vet do it.
     

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