Dental Care

By 3 years of age, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have periodontal disease including, tartar, gum loss, gingivitis, and bad breath.

Dental disease is one of the most common and most often overlooked condition a pet faces. If left untreated, plaque and tartar build up can develop into periodontal disease or gingivitis. Even worse, it sometimes leads to kidney, liver, or heart disease. The mouths of dogs and cats are FILLED with bacteria! Tartar often builds up under the gums where it can't be seen. This allows the bacteria to get into the gum tissue and into the blood stream and travel to other parts of the body to cause disease.

Signs of Dental Disease Include

Prevention of Dental Disease

Why not have a professional cleaning done on your pet? Many pet owners are concerned about putting their pet under anesthetic.

Anesthetic Risk

Most people don't understand the serious consequences of poor pet dental. Talk to your veterinarian today about the best way to keep your pet happy and healthy.