Discussion in 'Product & Service Promotions' started by Murray, Sep 21, 2011.
Good to see you doing this, doc Martin. Your passion for healthy mouths is awesome.
As part of my ongoing commitment to equine dental health and education of owners and riders, I am free to give talks to pony clubs, adult rider groups or any other gathering of horse owners. If you would like me to give a talk at your next event, please contact me at email@example.com and please forward these details to anyone you know that may be interested. I have a lot of skulls, teeth and great slides as well as a range of tools and equipement to look at. Can cater for any age/level of rider/owner from the little ones through to advanced riders.
I'd be interested in getting you out to Millendon on a Saturday some time
Name the time and place - best to contact me via email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and we can pencil something in.
Available this Weekend !
Hi Everyone !
I am available this weekend if anyone wants their horse's teeth done on Saturday ( you may even be able to convince me to come out Sunday ) I do need to do a few in the area to make it worthwhile so if you have neighbours or friends that want to take this opportunity let me know ASAP. Even if you only have one or two horses please register your interest so that if others in the area call up I can make a trip your way.
0409681142 or email@example.com
I have a client in Merredin with a sick horse that desperately needs a dental but we need a few more horses in the area (or on the way) to make the trip. If you or anyone you know lives out that way please get in touch ASAP so we can organize a day.
Gidge in the morning and Kalamunda in the afternoon tomorrow if anyone is keen !
Thanks Martin for doing my boy today - I think he will be MUCH happier now!
No problems Shadowkat. I am so glad we got to him today. I know that he will be more comfortable tonight and hope that with a lot of patience and work on your part we can get him right again. Just shows how bad they can get before showing any signs at all. Fingers crossed he improves quickly !
Thanks again for today - really nice meeting you both.
How's he going Shadowkat ? Does he mind the hexarinse ?
Hexarinse? You mean evil ponykilling poison, right?
We're working on it... coating carrots with the poison to get him used to the taste, then try for direct squirtage. He's being a bit of a baby!
Good Work Shadowkat. It will be worth it in the end. He's going to need a lot of it over time so he needs to get used to it !**)
Toodyay next week ( 15th 16th or 17th ) Let me know if you're interested.
LOL @ evil pony killing poison!!!! Mine thinks the same thing!!!..and he's right- most of it gets spat on me- and it really is gross tasting stuff!!!*#)
Heading down to Champion Lakes tomorrow morning ( Wednesday ) to do a couple. If anyone in the area needs their horse's teeth done, please email/ring me this evening.
Any chance of you coming up Lancelin way? We are really deprived of some-one doing teeth and feet, it seems we live on the moon up here and we are only an hour out of Joondalup.
Hi Cathnrob - sure I will come up the Lancelin. I was " around the corner" in Gin Gin last month. Give me a call on 0409681142 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss your requirements.
Also heading up to Toodyay on Wednesday next week, can still see people late morning either in that area or may do a loop and come back via Northam and Bakers Hill - any takers ?
Hi all, I am heading up to Bindoon next week - need a few more to make the trip so if anyone wants a horse or two looked at let me know please. At this stage only Monday and Wednesday are not available so fairly flexible.
As a "christmas" special - all new Stockies clients who book to have their horses done this December will recieve a free sand drench with every dental ! All the normal conditions apply so please email me at email@example.com if you would like to take advantage of this fantastic offer. Please mention this post to recieve the free drench. Look forward to seeing you soon.
Hey Martin, I meant to ask - with my big eejit's crappy teeth, is he better off eating smushy food, or is he fine to gnaw on grain?
Ta, and big ups for your work **)