Good oral health is important, and significantly adds to an animal’s quality of life. Our goal is to educate and help clients provide excellent oral hygiene for their pets, and we will be happy to provide tips and tricks to make daily dental care a part of your pet’s routine.
Both dogs and cats hide mouth discomfort from their owners, but some symptoms that indicate bad teeth or mouth pain include changes in behavior, lethargy, changes in appetite and bad breath.
Persistent mouth infections also have negative consequences on the whole body, eventually negatively affecting the liver, heart and kidneys.
In the event your animal needs dental work, we provide dental cleanings under anesthesia, X rays, extractions and other minor oral surgical procedures.