Louisa Fear

Midlands Equine Dentist

RCVS and DEFRA Level 2 Qualified

About the work I do...

  • American School of Equine Dentistry approved
  • British Association of Equine Dental TechniciansI am a qualified dentist and have passed my DEFRA & RCVS Level 2 Exam
  • Member of British Association of Equine Dental Technicians
  • Work being taken on from large/small yards as well as single horses
  • Very capable and experienced working with young, nervous and "sharp" horses and "naughty" ponies
  • Competitive rates
  • Dental charts can be issued on request
  • Overseas work can be arranged
    The only two qualification recognised in the UK are the RCVS & DEFRA Level 2 and the BEVA/BAEDT Exam.
  • When do I call an equine dentist?

    Things to look out for...

  • Are you having problems when riding your horse? Is he resisting, tossing his head, favouring one rein to the other?
  • Is your horse dropping his feed, tilting his head when chewing, eating very slowly, losing weight?
  • Is your horse becoming "grumpy", head-shy? Has he any nasal discharge or bad breath?
  • Have you recently bought/loaned a new horse and you're not sure of its dental history?
  • Has it been over six months since your horse last had a dental check?
  • If you can answer YES to any of the above questions your horse may benefit from some dental work.

    Contact Details

    How do you contact me...?

    Landline: 01664 454781
    (Overseas callers please add 00 44 and remove the first zero)
    Mobile: 07855 482931
    e-mail: louisa@midlandsequinedentist.com