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Keep your pet healthy—February Dental Month specials are here!

Veterinary Services

Pet Dental Cleanings/Polishing (Anesthetic and Non-Anesthetic)

Be mindful of your pet’s nasty breath! The most common reason for bad breath in pets is poor dental hygiene, which can also be a sign of more serious health issues.

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Veterinary Services

Pet Dental Cleanings/Polishing (Anesthetic and Non-Anesthetic)

Be mindful of your pet’s nasty breath! The most common reason for bad breath in pets is poor dental hygiene, which can also be a sign of more serious health issues.

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Why Your Pet’s Dental Health Important

It is time for a professional oral assessment, treatment, and prevention visit when tough tartar builds up on tooth surfaces and contacts the gumline.

Be mindful of your pet’s nasty breath! The most common reason of bad breath in pets is poor dental hygiene, which can also be a sign of more serious health issues. We are aware of how simple it is to overlook. The majority of hygiene-related issues manifest themselves when you can’t see them beneath your pet’s gum line.

Home care is consistently the first line of defence. However, the majority of animals, especially cats, will resist or act out while some animals (especially dogs) will tolerate their owners handling their mouths and brushing their teeth. Because of this, oral care may be challenging at best and ineffective at worst.

Regular cleanings at our facility are the greatest method to guarantee the oral health of your pet. With our veterinarian, go over how frequently you should visit as well as a home hygiene routine. Additionally, this will stop tooth problems from developing into more serious (and even fatal) internal problems, such as heart, kidney, liver, or lung disease.