Equine Dentistry


Equine dentistry has greatly changed over the last ten years. We have moved from hand floats to power floats and in doing so has allowed us to provide far better care for our equine patients that was never possible before. By performing dental procedures annually or bi-annually we have been able to retain and maintain teeth in equine well up into their thirties.

Having proper dentition enables animals to chew and digest their feed properly allowing them to maintain better nutrition, body condition, as well as decrease pain. Animals that can’t chew their food properly are more subject to colic and loss of teeth and thus can be detrimental to the health of your animal.

Dr. Gillette and his assistant preforming a float on a pinto donkey.


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Our Regular Schedule

Standard Office Hours


Open for Emergencies Only


Open for Emergencies Only


By Appointment Only

11:00 am-4:00 pm


Open for emergencies only


By Appointment Only

11:00 am-3:00 pm


Open for Emergencies Only


Open for Emergencies Only


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Awesome vet. Willing to get up in the middle of the night to stitch up my daughter's old Qt horse. Very reasonable, very personable. I would recommend him every time."
  • "Wouldn't go anywhere else. All of the staff at Wildflower are awesome and down to earth. Dr G is a super neat guy and I highly recommend this place for anyone with large and small animals."
  • "Amazing group of people! They've came through for my animals every time I call. Dr. Gillette saved my dogs life and for that, I am forever great full for! All the vets and staff are amazing and generally love healing all creatures. Thank you so much, Boots is only 2 days post-op and back to her normal self. Sincerely, Regan Justice."
  • "Dr. G. and his staff are outstanding! My daughter and I went to his pet clinic where he taught first aide techniques for horses - it came in handy when our dog got hit by a car. I am glad I went to that clinic because it helped a lot."