How often do you go to the dentist to keep your teeth and gums healthy?
Many pets need dental care, too. And while at home care can greatly reduce tartar and gingivitis, some pets still need routine cleanings. Small breed dogs are the most commonly affected pets, but cats and big dogs can have trouble, as well. Our dental services are comprehensive, meaning we chart, scale, polish, and x-ray all teeth on every dental cleaning. We don't want to miss anything that might be causing your pet pain or discomfort!
Pets don't stop eating due to dental disease.
Why not? ... They have no idea someone can fix it! They know they have to eat to survive, so they keep eating. Some pets may show some changes, such as chewing on one side, occasionally dropping food bites, or even just chewing on toys less often. More commonly, we notice the odor! Dog and cat breath shouldn't be THAT stinky!