Dale Jeffrey, EGTI Principal
Dale has been in the equine gnathology business for over 40 years. He was the original founder of the IAEDT, Horse Dentistry and Bitting Journal and the Academy of Equine Dentistry. Although no longer affiliated with the Academy of Equine Dentistry he is proud of the fact that he has had something to do with the training of thousands of the successful practitioners of today. Dale and his brother Lloyd own and operate World Wide Equine Inc., a company building over 400 quality equine dental instruments that are shipped to over 60 countries. Dale always wanted to help horses and found his niche as a practitioner, author, teacher and mentor.
He is well traveled and has worked and lectured in many countries. He is the author of many published gnathological articles and seven books on equine gnathology (horse dentistry). One of his latest texts, over five years in production, “Oral Health in Equidae” is EGTI's course text book covering fundamental equine gnathology. It is the text used by EGTI and several other popular equine dental schools. He is also the author of the "Advanced Equine Dental Guide" used in EGTI's advanced classes. His primary goal is to help horses and the people who care for them by teaching the least abusive time tested gnathological methods using hand and power instrumentarium.
On January 24th, 2015 Dale was presented a lifetime achievement award by the IAED at their annual convention in Fort Worth, Texas for his contributions to the field of Equine Dentistry.
On October 25, 2003 Dale was awarded an honorary Veterinary Degree from Mexico and Latin American countries for his work and contributions in the field of Equine Dentistry.
Dale runs the school with the help of well-known associates and other assistant instructors. For more information on Dale go to www.dalejeffrey.com.
Karl Brough, Advanced Lecturer, Advanced Educator, Advanced Certified Equine Gnathologist
Karl has been practicing equine dentistry for ten years. He is a certified advanced equine gnathological practitioner, lecturer and educator with over 2500 hours of theoretical and practical training practicing primarily on non-sedated horses using hand and power instruments.
100TP Through 600TP Theory and Practical Courses
One week of theory, 40 hours and one week of practical hands-on training, 40 hours
Optional two-day anatomy courses
Course completion certificates are given for all courses based on hours completed..
We offer three levels of certification based on training and practice: Fundamental, Advanced and Masters
We honor most previous training, attempting to place students based on their prior education and experience.
A Registered, Bonded and Insured Proprietary School
Idaho State Board of Education
Dale Jeffrey, Principal
Equine Gnathological Training Institute, Inc.
2050 East Medicine Wheel Lane
King Hill, Idaho 83633 USA
Dale's Cell: 208-869-1002
Officer: 208-366-2828 Fax: 208-366-2870