The “walk-in horse’s mouth”

The “walk-in horse’s mouth” (affectionately called “Mathilde”) is an oversized representation of a horse’s skull. One side shows a young, problem-free set of teeth in the process of dentition change, while the other side shows various signs of age plus diseases of the incisors and molars that we see again and again in our everyday work. Much of which could have been avoided with regular dental check-ups and treatment by a qualified (IGFP-certified) equine dental practitioner! The walk-in horse’s mouth forms part of our large exhibition stand at various equine trade fairs. A multi-part virtual tour of Mathilde, the walk-in horse’s mouth, can be found (in German) on our YouTube channel.