Upcoming projects

Although summer is still around you can already sense a little hint of fall in the air. This picture is taken at the entrance of our clinic this morning. We still feel highly privileged to be able to work in this magnificent setting.


It's been a while since we posted something at our blog but that doesn't mean we havn't been working at all this summer. Preparations were made and quiet some projects are coming up this fall/winter! 

Equide will take part in lecturing at several events in the upcoming months. Lectures about bitfitting for horse-owners are planned as well as several veterinary courses at our own clinic and abroad. Check our events-page for all the upcoming courses!


As you know Equide is a founding member of the Nordic College for Equine Dentistry (NCED). Within this college we work hard to improve knowledge about equine dentistry. We try to build a strong network of equine veterinarians who can collaborate for the sake of our horses health. Last week the entire board gathered together in Sweden to work hard on our next congress (January 2020). www.nced.se

It's been an inspiring weekend! We are very excited about the program and setting for our second congress. With more than 100 equine vets participating in 2019 we forced ourselves to take another step! This year we can accept more participants, have an additional pre-congress course and work with multiple stream sessions!

Equide will present lectures/cases both on the pre-course as the main congress.

We hope you all enjoy the rest of the summer and look forward to see you somewhere in the upcoming months at one of our events!


Have a nice weekend


Wouter Demey

1 August 2019

Upcoming projects

Developmental Disorders in Equine Dentition

Wouter Demey will be giving a lecture about Developmental Disorder in Equine Dentition, this 4th of June 2021 during the (virtual) 29th European Congress of Veterinary Dentistry - European Veterinary Dental Forum.

2 June 2021

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An elevator for the smallest horses at Equide!

Equide recently developed and had an elevator custom built to comfortably and safely treat the smallest of your ponies!

9 May 2021

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POSTER: Common bit and bridle related lesions in horses

Equide, in partnership with Vetrident (Dierenarts Stijn Teysen) and supported by the NCED , has recently published a poster (size A0) listing common bit and bridle related injuries.

25 April 2021

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Peripheral Caries

Peripheral caries are described as the loss of the cementum that forms the outer layer of a horse's teeth.

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Back to (less ab-)normal - Update Covid-19

Gelet op de exit-strategie van de overheid om de corona-maatregelen af te bouwen maakt ook Equide zich op om opnieuw een versnelling hoger te schakelen. Equide bleef deze hele periode beschikbaar voor spoedgevallen in onze eigen kliniek en in de partnerklinieken in Bel...

26 April 2020

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Corona (COVID-19) - Taking Responsibilties NOW

Due to the fast evolving pandemic caused by the new Corona virus and the associated disease (COVID-19) Equide has taken some important decisions:

1 March 2020

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Vetlife - ourlivesmattertoo - vetsforvets

Today I would like to mention a major issue in our profession; suicide. Not because I like to complain but because I'm seriously worried for my profession, my colleagues and their health. I recently read a post by an American veterinarian - Erin Wilkins - who just lost...

16 September 2019

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Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis EOTRH is a disorder of the incisors (and possibly the canines) in the older horse.

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Geriatric horse

Senior horses are more susceptible to a number of disorders and undergo (often physiological) changes. They therefore require extra care and management.

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A diastema (plural diastemata, also often called diastemas or diastases) is a space between 2 teeth. When we speak of diastema in horses we usually mean spaces between the molars of the horse.

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