About our Mobile Equine Veterinarian


Texas Equine Dentistry Dr. David Warren

David Warren graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. He practiced in the Friendswood, Texas area until 1995, doing mostly ambulatory equine work including routine and emergency care. Dr. Warren moved to the Fort Worth, Texas area in 1995 and started an ambulatory equine-only practice. He worked on all breeds and disciplines of horses and provided a wide range of services: equine dentistry, reproduction, emergencies, preventive medicine, lameness, and pre-purchase exams. In addition, he was the show veterinarian at many equine events at the Will Rodgers Coliseum

From Equine Medicine to Equine Dentistry

 Dr. David Warren DVM

During the late 90s, Dr. Warren developed a special interest in equine dentistry. In 2005, Dr. Warren and his wife, Carol, moved to Weesatche, Texas, a small town southeast of San Antonio. His practice is now dedicated solely to equine dentistry. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), and Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA).

When not working, Dr. Warren's other passion is horse photography. In his next life, he intends to spend more time photographing horses doing what they do, both in the show ring and in the wild.

Dr. Warren tells us: "I really enjoy providing a professional level of dentistry to horses and showing owners how it improves a horse's performance and well-being."

Carol Warren out for a ride on Newt.

Dr. Carol Warren with Newt

Meet Dr. Carol Warren

Dr. Carol Warren is also a 1993 graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. She is an associate veterinarian at VCA Victoria Animal Hospital in Victoria, Texas. Dr. Carol Warren is most well known for her participation in American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA) events with her horse, Newt. Together, they have progressed from never placing to being at the top of their class. They have earned the Gold Medal from ACTHA; in addition, they were chosen to be one of 100 horse and rider teams (out of more than 1,000 entries) from across the United States to compete in the television series America's Favorite Trail Horse in 2011.

Carol and Newt are also regular competitors in the Texas Trail Challenges (TTC). She and Newt also just completed their first extreme cowboy race through the American Horsemen Challenge Association. Now they are training for their first NATRC ride.

In Febuary 2012, Carol and Newt received a special honor. They were selected to be members of Team EasyBoot2012. Only 75 people were chosen from around the world to represent EasyCare EasyBoot products.