“The horse is made ready for the day of battle, but victory rests with the Lord” Proverbs 21:31
Dental & Hoof Care for Balanced Horse Health
- Standard Trim – Mini, Draft, & Donkeys
- Hot Shoeing
- Glue-on Shoes
- Corrective Shoeing
- Aluminum Shoes
- Handmade Shoes
- Draft Shoes
- Hoof Rebuild & Epoxies
- Basic Health Float – Mini, Draft, & Donkeys
- Bit Seats
- Cut and Buff Canines
- Power Floats
- Teeth Cleaning (tartar removal)
- Oral Palpation
- Balancing Molar Tables
- Incisor Alignment
- Extractions (under supervision of D.V.M.)
John Sachaczenski entered the equine dental field after graduating from The Equine Gnathological Training Institute. To further his education he attended The American School of Equine Dentistry where he became trained and certified by Dr. Raymond Hyde, DVM. He has helped countless horses with behavioral, performance and health issues.
John acquired his formal education in farrier science from Cornell University Farrier Program under direct instruction from Steve Kraus, CJF. He is a member of the American Farriers Association and has since shod for many different breeds and disciplines working with equine veterinarians and trainers. In addition, he attended Heartland Horseshoeing School training with Chris and Cody Gregory.
With his extensive knowledge of the anatomical structures of the equine limb combined with his understanding of equine gnathology John is able to provide and balance both hoof and dental care for your horse making him highly regarded in the equine industry.
John is extremely professional and well educated. I was very pleased with the recommendations and dental chart I received for my horse. My horse has never performed better after John’s float.
I’m so excited to have found John to trim my draft horse’s feet. I was impressed with John’s credentials and knowledge about equine anatomy and physiology.
I highly recommend Tooth&Nail Equine Services. I was so thankful John came out to float my horse’s teeth. He explained each step to me throughout the process and six months later my horse had more energy and gained the weight he needed.