Originally Posted by AlmagroN
did you ever think this is someone experienced doing it? Not just a regular joe? I've been looking at your posts and all you're doing is pulling up OLD threads and telling everyone how they SHOULD be getting their horses teeth done..... I think that's enough.
Experienced or not does not change the fact that speculums have caused damage to horses. The use of sedation and speculums is unnessary in floating a horses teeth, and all im simply trying to do is to get horse owners to see that this "advanced" dentistry is nothing but a money earner for the provider. I am stating my opinion (which im allowed to do) and just trying to help horse owners that might not know... So no its not enough and I will continue to talk about something that I am passionate about.