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  1. #1
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    Default Equine Dentist in the Portland Area?

    I'm new to this area and I am looking for an equine dentist to float my mare's teeth before she goes out to get started In October. Any suggestions? TIA.



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    Doc Solomon at Portland Meadows is who I use (and I'm about an hour from PDX). Great, thorough job (power tools) and he and his staff are great about teaching/explaining things. He's always having me stick my hands in the mouth to feel ridges and hooks before/after and then look to see what I'm feeling.

    Solomon Benarroch, 503-572-6485.
    What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what
    lies with in us. - Emerson



  3. #3
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    Great, thanks!



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    Dr. Vetter and his mobile clinic work in Washington and Oregon.

    http://www.perfequinedentistry.com/

    It's an amazing setup and the Vetters are outstanding!



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    Dr. Mary DeLorey is AWESOME. She isn't located in Portland but I do believe she travels all over the Northwest (I'm in WA). She's WONDERFUL.



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    Dr. Dave Klugh is very, very good. Reasonably priced (in fact, he's running a special right now, thru end of Sept.). Prompt, calm, professional--I was very impressed. I watched him do 6 horses in our barn, each one was treated to both power and hand float as indicated. He is careful not to over do the float, either. Good guy!

    503-849-9197

    I've also used Dr. Vetter--outstanding, but to have come down, it would be cost efficient only if you set up a small group (unless $$ is not a huge concern). Dr. Benarroch has also done a horse of mine--he's a bit tough to schedule at times, but a super vet all around.
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